Juliette de Bairacli’s Spanish Mountain Life

Greetings!  I hope you’ll take a minute to check out the newly released book, Spanish Mountain Life,  about the amazing grandmother of herbalism,  Juliette de Bairacli Levy!  And if you order now you’ll have access to many great discounts on holistic-related products, including my Earth-Centered greeting cards, Children of the Forest!  Here’s more info about this amazing woman & her story:

Juliette de Bairacli Levy is a world renowned herbalist, author, breeder of Afghan hounds, friend of the Gypsies, traveller in search of herbal wisdom, and the pioneer of holistic veterinary medicine. Juliette has a long record of spectacular cures to her credit and the books she has written have been a vital inspiration for the present day herbal renaissance. Order Spanish Mountain Life today: http://bit.ly/r3iK96
Spanish Mountain Life details her personal struggle against typhus fever, during which she gave birth to her second child, Luz, who had to be suckled by a nanny goat. As ever we are embraced by Juliette’s love of nature and animals, and welcomed onlookers as she relates with people whose lives are far different from ours: http://bit.ly/r3iK96
Gypsies dance and sing their way through Spanish Mountain Life, adding their picturesque – and sometime threatening – energy to an exquisitely detailed story that is always intriguing, and sometimes suspenseful. Juliette shares with us the herbal lore she learned and used in the Spanish Sierra Nevada mountains. You’ll find herbs to combat vermin, counter burns, keep your skin beautiful, and many more: http://bit.ly/r3iK96

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