Orthodox Jewish woman gives flu remedies on televisionBy Mason White 5:11 AM February 2, 2013
|Sara Chana Silverstein (right)|
By: Sarah Weiss
(Scroll down for video) An ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman was on TV, to talk about remedies for the flu.
Sara Chana Silverstein, who specializes in herbal medicine, gave some tips to beat the flu with natural remedies made with vinegar.
“I love helping women make educated choices that improve their overall emotional and physical health,” she wrote on her website.
Sara Chana Silverstein, is a devoted wife and mother of seven, from the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. She is an internationally Board certified lactation consultant, classical homeopath, herbalist, teacher and author.
Silverstein, is mentor to women, on how to navigate the challenging worlds of being a working mother and/or nursing mother. She is a highly sought after speaker, presenting a variety of topics.
With her expertise, Silverstein, helps women be in charge of their own health and that of their families.
She helps women along the journey from birth to menopause all with natural remedies.
Silverstein, gives women the knowledge on how to treat and cure health conditions naturally. She strongly believes in working with the medical profession. She is in contact with many obstetricians, midwives and pediatricians in the New York metropolitan area.
She is geared to teaching mothers how to ask the right questions of their doctors to ensure that they and their children receive the most appropriate care.
According to her website, her education includes: a B.A. from UC Irvine, and she is an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant. She also has 2,500 clinical hours in breastfeeding, 4-year certificate course on Homeopathic Medicine, 250 clinical hours in Homeopathy and 2-year certificate apprentice program in Herbal Healing.
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