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Angela Hope

rus·tic

/ˈrəstik/

 

adjective

 

1. of or relating to the            countryside; rural.

2. having a simplicity and charm that is considered typical of the countryside.

3. constructed or made in a plain and simple fashion, in particular.

 

synonyms: plain, simple

 

 

 

I have been a Registered Nurse for over 15 years. And prior to that, I was in the trenches of health care as a phlebotomist with a large blood donor center in the DFW Metroplex. With specialties of neuro-trauma and emergency services, I have seen many miracles as well as many tragedies. I have watched medications save lives as well as take them. I have seen things I cannot explain as a scientist. And, only through faith in God and my knowledge of what is grown here on Earth can I explain some remedies I have experienced. By increasing my nursing knowledge with an integrative approach, including the products derived from the Earth's sources, I now live an all- natural life… a rustic life! And while helping others discover how to do the same, I can happily report that I have witnessed many become survivors of what should have been deadly diseases. Throughout this site, you will have the opportunity to educate yourself about natural resources for a healthier lifestyle and read as other professionals share their successful experiences as they embark on their life's journey. I invite you to learn, test, experiment, and rejoice in the combination of proven science and nature’s gifts. Please continue to browse this site to gain information regarding a more natural approach to your lifestyle and wellbeing. Be well, Angela Hope
Angela is a proud member of the American Holistic Nurses Association ( AHNA ) The word 'apothecary' is derived from apotheca, meaning a place where wine, spices and herbs were stored. During the 13th century it came into use in London to describe a person who kept a stock of these commodities, which he sold from his shop or street stall. Most apothecaries were also in the grocer's business and sold edibles to women. Combining the skills of compounding herbs, oils, and tinctures for medicinal purposes, they earned their keep by providing such to the woman of the house. Traditional apothecaries have even been noted as far back as 1000B.C.
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Although I am a meprofessional, the content of this site is for informational purposes only. Information posted here represent only my opinions or the opinions of other clinical professionals and/or professionals within their areas of expertise and are not to be used to diagnose, treat, or replace professional medical advice. You are responsible for how you use your homeopathic remedies including herbs, plants, tinctures, and essential oils. Please use them reasonably and carefully.