Eshe Faizah – The Herb Lady

Herbalist, Organic Master Gardener, Herbal/Nutritional Counselor, Kinesiologist, Author. “I consider myself a channel for people to heal themselves. My work reminds me that when we are given good food & herbs, and as such, our bodies have the power to heal themselves. Our bodies want balance. I’ve been blessed to tactfully combine the wisdom of nature with research and observation.” The implementation of this philosophy has been the foundation that has made Eshe Faizah one of the most well-respected, results-oriented professionals in the holistic health industry. Known internationally as The Herb Lady, Faizah’s ever present connection to her Mississippi Herbalist Aunt & Uncle inspired Faizah’ Legacy Herbal blends, Aunt Henrietta’s Lung Tonic and Uncle Peter’s Azzafizzity Cough Stop, honor those tall-walkers who, to this day, guide her on her healing journey.  Multitalented and exceptionally gifted, Faizah has earned a reputation for excellence and is highly sought after to share her expertise.

Being a person of great innovation since her youth, Faizah has always displayed a spirit of entrepreneurship, even before the word became popular.  As senior class president at Flint Northwestern High School, Faizah took the lead role in assuring that her class raised the most funds during the school’s entire history.  She began collegiate studies at the University of Michigan, and she began working in Michigan’s automotive industry, but after the untimely death of her mother, she took a break in her studies.  However, as conditions improved, Faizah applied and was accepted to the University of California at Berkeley (UC-Berkeley), which is where her entrepreneurial spirit was fully birthed and nurtured.

During her UC-Berkeley experience, Faizah began The Entrepreneurs’ Ally, a business support group of 100 members that existed for the purpose of informing, inspiring and supporting aspiring entrepreneurs.  Under Faizahs’ leadership, the Student EntrepreneurialOpportunity Program (SEOP) was incepted, and her business, Jus’ Poppin’ (a gourmet popcorn shop that popped fresh popcorn blended with special herbs and/or toppings) was the first student business in the history of UC-Berkeley.  SEOP is still in existence today, and Jus’ Poppin’ was voted “Best Popcorn in the San Francisco-Bay Area” two consecutive years.

Faizah began her study of herbs at UC-Berkeley.  Her intense study continued in 1989 when she enrolled at The Dominion College. Herbalist mentors like Dr. John Christopher, a graduate of Dominion, have influenced her formal study of herbs, inspiring her to further tap into her families’ herbal legacy.  Faizah is credited with a series of formulas called The Herb Lady Herbals, which include Big Kidz KleanseKidz Kleanse De-WormerHerbal Tooth & Gum Powder, the Herb Lady’s Herbal Skin Healing Salve, the Parasite De-Wormer 30-Day KleanzeAdrenal Support & Relief, amongst others, all revitalizing blends that stimulate wellness. Fibroid Free! is used as the primary treatment for uterine fibroids in several holistic OB/GYN offices in both Atlanta and Maryland.  Faizah wrote and compiled, The Parasite Kleanzing Diet, produced by Herb Sistah Publishing.

Leaving a legacy of healing for children is a vital part of Faizahs’ lifework.  “We must empower our children with the knowledge and confidence to heal themselves physically, emotionally, spiritually and nutritionally,” Faizah says. “It is The Creator’s intention that we live in divine order.”  Since 1989, Faizah has lived in Newborn, Georgia (Atlanta metro area) with her family.  A community activist, Faizah was the first African-American city council person in Newborn’s history.

Women all over the world call me with hopeful voices…”Can Fibroid Free! handle this size or that size?” What about Cysts and Endometriosis? I speak softly and clearly of other women telling me what a blessing “Fibroid Free! Tonic has been in their Life. Of course, I believe, the best thing to do is to try it! It has worked for hundreds, thousands of women that have had excessive bleeding, low iron, bloated abdomens, and uncertain break-through bleeding. It has helped women to regain control of their lives!. You can too!! What are the symptoms of uterine fibroid? Most women have no symptoms. That is why most patients with fibroids do not know they have them.

When symptoms do develop, they may include:
* Anemia (as a result of heavy periods)
* Backache
* Constipation
* Discomfort in the lower abdomen (especially if fibroids are large)
* Frequent urination
* Heavy painful periods
* Pain in the legs
* Painful sex
* Swelling in the lower abdomen (especially if fibroids are large)
Other symptoms may include:
* Labor problems
* Pregnancy problems
* Repeated miscarriages
* Fertility problems
* Repeated miscarriages

One in five women have issues with their wombs that cause them to miss life, due to excessive bleeding, excessive pelvic pain and pressure, or inability to achieve pregnancy. This is a severe disruption to family social and work life. Trusted information and support for women in their treatment choices, help women, wombs intact and their families to move forward in their healing.

*Fibroids are non-cancerous (benign) tumors that grow from the muscle layers of the uterus (womb). They are also known as uterine fibroids, myomas, or fibromyomas.
*Fibroids are growths of smooth muscle and fibrous tissue.
*Fibroids can vary in size from that of a bean to as large as a melon.
*Uterine fibroids occur in about 40 percent of women, and in as many as 50% of African-American women.
*Women aged between 30 and 50 are the most likely to develop fibroids. Overweight and obese women are at significantly higher risk of developing fibroid compared to women of normal weight.

The cause of fibroid tumors is still unknown, but experts believe that estrogen stimulates their growth. Fibroids grow larger in pregnant women and in those taking birth control pills, and they tend to shrink after menopause, although they may continue to grow in women who receive hormone replacement therapy. The most common symptom is heavy menstrual bleeding which can cause anemia. Fibroids can range in size from a walnut to larger than a cantaloupe. If they grow large enough, they can result in heavy and/or prolonged periods, pelvic pain, bloating, frequent urination or urinary incontinence and constipation.

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Eshe Faizah, The Herb Lady, attended the 2012 Natural Hair and Health Expo in Tallahassee, Florida on September 9, 2012.

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