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... In 1985 Weed wrote her first book, Wise Woman Herbal for the Childbearing Year ... It was followed by Healing Wise in 1989, New Menopausal Years the Wise Woman Way in 1992, and Breast Cancer? Breast Health! The Wise Woman Way in 1996 ... Studies, and a featured columnist at SageWoman Magazine, a publication devoted to woman-centered spirituality ...
... an American herbalist, author, and director of the Wise Woman Center located near Woodstock in New York State ... She is known for her writing and teaching of what she describes as the "Wise Woman Way" of herbalism ... Weed is the author of the Wise Woman Herbal Series ...
... "Let me see how many trades have I to live by First, I am a wise-woman, and a fortune-teller, and under that I deal in physicke and fore-speaking, in palmistry, and recovering of things lost ... to bed and, for a need, you see I can play the match-maker." Cunning woman in Thomas Heywood's 1638 play, The Wise Woman of Hogsdon In most cases, it seems that individuals ... for instance, a nineteenth-century cunning woman in Yorkshire wore a conical hat and a robe with mystical signs on it, as well as hanging herbs and ...
Famous quotes containing the words wise woman, woman and/or wise:
“A wise woman never yields by appointment. It should always be an unforeseen happiness.”
—Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (17831842)
“The newly-formed clothing unions are ready to welcome her; but woman shrinks back from organization, Heaven knows why! It is perhaps because in organization one find the truest freedom, and woman has been a slave too long to know what freedom means.”
—Katharine Pearson Woods (18531923)
“No wise man can have a contempt for the prejudices of others; and he should even stand in a certain awe of his own, as if they were aged parents and monitors. They may in the end prove wiser than he.”
—William Hazlitt (17781830)