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About C.E. Flores
C.E. Flores was born in central Pennsylvania several decades ago. She is continually motivated by a deeply-held belief that life is what you make of it rather than your own particular set of circumstances. To that end, in 2007, she relocated with her husband and son to Mexico and began a different sort of life as an off-grid homesteader.
She writes about her family's struggles to adapt to life in another culture and the joys they've discovered along the way. In sharing her adventures and disasters with readers, she hopes that she can be an inspiration to others who may find themselves in similar straits.
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Curanderos (healers) in Mexico still practice traditional herbal remedies learned centuries ago. It is only recently that scientists have begun to take these healing practices seriously. Study after study has validated the medicinal use of plants native to North America and those brought by the Spanish after the conquest. It’s time to reexamine the basic healing power in 34 common remedies used by traditional Mexican healers.
In Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: An Introduction to Natural Healing you’ll discover:
◆34 traditional Mexican remedies
◆Well-researched scientific support for herbal use
◆Accurate botanical identification of native Mexican plants
Look inside to see the full list of remedies discussed in Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: An Introduction to Natural Healing.
In The Mexican Apothecary: Traditional Cold and Flu Herbal Remedies you’ll discover information about more than 140 cold and flu remedies commonly used in Mexico including traditional treatments for:
- 32 cough treatments
- 15 remedies for stuffy noses and congestion
- 15 herbal headache remedies
- 11 blends for sore eyes and earaches
- 32 nausea and diarrhea treatments
- 11 sore throat and cold sores herbal applications
- 17 cold buster blends
- 11 immune-strengthening concoctions
- And a guide for an herbal cleansing of the sickroom
The Mexican Apothecary: Traditional Cold and Flu Herbal Remedies contains 67 plant studies with well-researched scientific support for or against each herb’s specific use as traditional alternative medicine, some dating prior to the Spanish conquest.
Look inside to learn more about science-based natural remedies found in traditional Mexican herbalism.
Have you moved to Mexico? Are you concerned about your family’s safety? A Woman's Survival Guide to Disasters in Rural Mexico will discuss how to manage in the event of:
◆And more than 25 other disasters commonly experienced in Mexico.
This comprehensive survival guide is designed specifically for women living in rural Mexico and filled with up-to-date information, preparation strategies, and personal experiences. Are you as prepared as you could be?
Women often face significant obstacles in life--moving to rural Mexico is no exception. A Woman’s Guide to Making a Living in Rural Mexico: How to Find A Job and Create the Life You Want provides the resources you need to overcome the unique barriers to living and working in rural Mexico. This guidebook gives you the exact information you need to succeed at finding work and creating a fulfilling life.
You'll learn about:
- 6 legal hurdles to overcome
- 5 common obstacles to working in rural Mexico
- 20+ online job positions
- 15+ local work ideas
Women play a significant role in the success of their families’ quality of life. Women’s small businesses in rural communities can support their families and create a network of success for future generations. A Woman’s Guide to Making a Living in Rural Mexico: How to Find A Job and Create the Life You Want is the manual you need to make this happen.
Mexican herbalism has often been overlooked by North American herbalists because most remedies have not been written down. Furthermore, many native plants are misidentified even by botanists. This volume of Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: Learning About Culture Through Plant Use looks at some commonly miscategorized native plants and their traditional uses.
In Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: Learning About Culture Through Plant Use you’ll discover:
◆30 Mexican plants used in traditional remedies
◆Dozens of traditional herbal treatments for common ailments
◆Accurate botanical identification of native Mexican plants
Continue your journey into Mexican herbalism today with Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico: Learning About Culture Through Plant Use.
So you've created a fantastic novel or practical guide and uploaded it to the publishing platform, have you? Hold up! It’s time to get that masterpiece into the hands of readers!
In Book Hawking: A Beginner's Guide to Marketing Your Self-Published Book, you'll learn about simple and inexpensive ways to let the world know about your book. You'll find tips and tricks for:
*Managing social media
*Recruiting beta readers and reviewers
*Organizing a book launch
Your book is worthy of renown, and who better to announce that to the world than the author? Each chapter has actionable steps that you can use to garner publicity with, beginning now! What are you waiting for?
Mexican herbalism is a mix of native plant use and European herbology brought by the Spaniards. There is a tendency among herbalists to focus more on the plants they are familiar with, which are often European in origin and ignore plants native to Mexico.
In Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico Volume 3: Native and Naturalized Plant Use you’ll learn more about:
◆30 native and naturalized plants used in Mexican herbalism
◆Scientific evidence that supports or contradicts traditional use
◆Botanical, local, and common names for each plant to aid in positive plant identification
If you’re curious about the effectiveness of herbal remedies then get your copy of Exploring Traditional Herbal Remedies in Mexico Volume 3: Native and Naturalized Plant Use and delve into the science of plants for well-being.
With the cavalier manner in which the U.S. is treating both national and foreign affairs, there is a good chance that Uncle Sam’s position as a world leader is in jeopardy.
As a contentious citizen, perhaps you are looking for a new place to hunker down. You might even be considering a move to Mexico. However, is Mexico for you?
The A to Z reasons why La Yacata is the Best Place to be in Any Disaster discusses common natural and man-made crisis situations found in Mexico. Not only will you read about which disasters you may encounter while in Mexico but you will learn strategies to both prepare and survive these SHTF incidents. Armed with this information you will be better able to determine if Mexico is your ultimate bug-out destination when things go bad in the U.S.
A reluctant Prepper, C.E. Flores examines more than two dozen TEOTWAWKI scenarios and effectively presents historical and contemporary information to best equip you for survival in Mexico.
If you are at all considering Mexico as a future residence, you should read this Preppers Guide to Mexico to learn why C.E. Flores fully supports creating a full and satisfying life, despite the dangers, south of the border.