The Self-care League
For centuries, Self-care and creating healing environments with healing plants and the 5 elements of fire, air, water, earth, and ether, have been foundational to the healing traditions of peoples of all races, creeds, and cultures seeking to promote balance in body and peace of mind, emotions, and spirit. Plants still are a vital part of the healing practices of the people of the world. They are a vital part of modern bio-medicine and ancient healing traditions.
Wise people of many cultures have prophesied that the 21st century would be a time when people would find greater ways to integrate traditions and emerging science. Research has found this to be true in people's Self-care practices.
Self-care League Herbal Diplomats®, Medical Science Liaisons, and Instructors have a broad base of understanding about non-pharmacological self-care and partnership with healing plants. The Self-care League includes knowledge from the clinical and biomedical inquiry into plant constituents to the holistic, multidimensional and spiritual applications of plant knowledge gained from participating in the plant partnership!
Self-care League Mission:
Advance Balance in Body and Peace of Mind
Establish Precision Self-care with Plants as Partners
Integrate Timeless Healing Traditions and Modern Science
Expand Consciousness Studies in the Five Elements of Self-care
Promote Informed Decision Making in Health Care
Inspire Non-Drug Solutions
Teach How to Recognize Health Patterns
Support Spiritual and Care Companions
Restore Faith in Self-care as the Foundation of Health Care in Communities
Self-care is a healing tradition. It is a right and responsibility that is both personal and shared in communities. Self-care is the foundation of a healthcare system. The platform and goal for the design of Self-care and Self-healing strategies is the balance of the five elements of Self: Fire, Air, Water, Earth, and Ether using the Elements of Care® program.
Dr. Martha Libster talks about
Precision Self-care with Plants as Partners