Herbal Medicine





Traditional Medicines from Around the World 


     This website is in no way meant to be a guide; this is merely an incomplete tool that is in-the-making.  Wild Willpoweras an organization OR “person”- nor any of its members, instructors, or consultants– are responsible for anything that you put into your mouth OR onto your body- OR that you recommend to anyone else to put on OR into THEIR body(bodies)- as a result of anything you read or anyone else read on this website. 

      Below is a list of ailments, followed by the biological organism(s) & the parts of those organisms associated with the ailment according to The Native American Traditional Medicine System.  Click the link  to the ailment to learn how the herbs (etc.) are applied.

This section is in-the-making, & for the most part is unfinished.

Sorted Alphabetically:

A – G

Allergies Antibiotics Arthritis/Joint Problems Asthma Band-Aid Cold Sores (Herpes) / Gunshot Wound (Bullet Wound)

H – N

Herpes (Cold Sores)


Poison Oak, Ivy or Sumac; Plantago leaves, Mugwort Leaves, Jewelweed leaves, Elder Tree flowers & bark, Aloe leaf juice, Oak bark

Stop Bleeding (internal); Shepherd’s Purse leaves

Wart Removal; Milkweed resin, Yucca leaf juice

   Wild Willpower looks forward to filming Richard Lonewolf AND many other experts in the future to have them teach you firsthand theTraditional Native American Herbal Medicine System, AND to harvest lots of book knowledge to make this as simple for everyone as possible- & ALSO Positive-Impact Harvesting Techniques so no one ruins the ecosystem or damages their population when harvesting-AND to ensure its continued growth!  We’re currently fundraising $ 450,000 to acquire our list of needed resources so we can make this website operate as described here.  We are in immediate need of a vehicle to finish documenting his new book as well!  Even a small amount helps a great deal!
Bibliography: Richard Lonewolf, Ojai, CA Krishna Temple
Database Entry: Distance Everheart 4-6-2013, 10-17-14
To be used later:   

1,000-Year-Old Illustrated Manuscript of Herbal Remedies Available Online

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