This is not my sciencey viral intervention post. That one is going to take me a few days to fact check and I am honestly dreadfully dreary of reading scientific journals and sitting through WHO modules. We have the first three confirmed cases of this blasted virus in our town and not surprisingly all contracted it on a cruise ship. I am reminded of a story I heard once about the cnotan na gall – the “strangers’ cold” that came in on a vessel from a far away land. Continue reading “Pandemics and Preparedness”
But first I want to address the many emails I got about the history thing. My other (much neglected) blog focuses completely on historical herbalism. I teach history classes at conferences and I have a lot of history articles on this blog.
That’s kind of my area of expertise. I only dabble in the science stuff enough to be able to support my use of traditional remedies. Sending emails calling me out for being a “young person who doesn’t know anything about tradition” are a little foolish. It made my eight-year-old granddaughter laugh when I read that to her. Continue reading “Targets of Viral Interventions”