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Healing Food: Sumac

Updated: Apr 11

Natural Health Nugget:

We are surrounded by fragrant sumac, which grows wild on my Southern California property. We honor its longstanding indigenous uses. Sumac could be an immune booster with antiviral properties and a powerful food medicine for Type II diabetes.



About Me:

Greetings, I am Dr. Christine Cecil.  I love the Almighty with all my heart when I pray, all my mind when I write and authored several prayer books for children I love the Almighty with all my soul when I care for my house and the house of Israel. Children are my strength. I serve as a pediatric public health nurse. I held an academic position in Leadership Development with Chapman University, home schooled for 16 years, and now my aim is to train high task, high trust, high truth indigenous youth advocates to advance Jeremiah 32:41 -- the heart and soul dream of the Creator. 


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