Jodi is a folk herbalist and deals strictly in helping people to improve their general health and
fitness through better nutrition, improved lifestyle, health habits, and positive mental attitudes.
Jodi is not a licensed physician and cannot diagnose diseases, prescribe drugs or recommend treatments for specific disease conditions.
Any evaluations referred to by this site should not replace the diagnostic services offered by a licensed physician. They do not suggest ceasing medical care. Your health practitioner (and you really should read this interpretation of health practioner and their disclaimer here) should be consulted. They put it beautifully.
You should understand that decisions you make regarding your health care and the health care of those under your guardianship are your responsibility and you cannot hold OurHerbFarm or Jodi responsible for consequences of your decisions.
OurHerbFarm neither claim nor imply that any instruction, advice, counsel, suggestions, recommendations, services or products provided, whether in person or by mail, internet or telephone, will cure, treat, prevent or mitigate any disease condition, but are provided solely for the purpose of increasing energy, supporting the natural function of body systems and otherwise improving general health and fitness.
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- Use herbs in moderation and watch for allergic reactions.
- If you are taking any other medication, are suffering from a medical condition and/or are at all concerned about any of the advice or ingredients consult your doctor before taking the herbs.
- If you are pregnant, breast feeding or have/had breast cancer do not take any of the herbs (as many affect hormone balance, uterine contractions and are estrogenic).
- Remember that diet, exercise and relaxation are equally important to your health!
“To me, any herbalists that doesn’t know the taste of an herb, but attempts to use it can be compared to a painter who doesn’t know the colors of a rainbow, or a musician who doesn’t know the scales.”
~ Alan Tillotson