"Native American Healing in the 21st Century", narrated by Gregg Howard, provides a narration of many Native American ancient forms of healing and therapy and how they are now being embraced again and accepted by modern physicians and scientists. It includes interviews of Ron Anderson, President and CEO of Parkland Hospital, Bertha Blondin, Daniel J. Gagnon, Cindy Smith Mala, Roger T. Conard, Ruby Windspirit, Phyliis Hogan, and Mollie S. Toll.
These speakers all discussed the way these Native American healing traditions compare to and are viewed by other cultural methods of healing, including Chinese and modern medicine. There are examples of the use of specific plants and roots in various methods of healing and the discovery of a 350 year old medicine bag.
This production won a 1999 Telly Award and a Crystal of Excellence Award by modern medicine.
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