An Arvigo® Success Story

This comes to us from Arvigo® Practitioner Sue Calvert in the United Kingdom from her client Sara: I have PCOS and as a result have struggled to have a family naturally. After many years of non-existent periods and two years of trying unsuccessfully to have a family I sought medical help and after a good deal of tests later I was found not to ovulate. As a result of this I was signed up to begin a programme of fertility treatment at my local hospital however I had to wait for the beginning of my menstrual cycle. Ten weeks went by and my window of treatment was slipping away.

Rosita's Final Report from Guanajuato

I am writing to you from San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico where I have just completed a six-month research project on local medicinal plants and traditional healing. One hundred and four plants were collected and we interviewed twelve women and one man on their medicinal uses in three months time. The results of the research will be published in a bi-lingual English and Spanish book of fifty local medicinal plants from the fields and gardens of the area between San Miguel de Allende and Dolores Hidalgo.

More from Rosita in Guanajuato

Since June of this year, I have conducted research on medicinal plants in small communities between San Miguel de Allende and Dolores Hidalgo, in the State of Guanajuato. Both these colonial cities were the cradle of Mexico’s revolution for independence in 1810.

I first came to San Miguel in 1973 during the decade that I lived in Guerrero, Mexico. On many occasions I returned for a month to soak up the wonderful ambience of this charming colonial town built in the 1650’s by silver miners from Spain.

Rosita Reports from Guanajuato, Mexico


Collecting plant data in Cerito San Pablo

I'm reporting this week from San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico where Greg and I are spending five wonderful months this year.  We came to escape the ungodly summer heat in Belize, but until last week have found just as much blazing sun right here in the high desert.  There's been a long nine month drought  that only just broke a few days ago with soft, generous rains.  So, yes, we're cooled off.

Launching our Blog

Good Day to Everyone, We are pleased to announce the launch of the Arvigo Institute public blog which will feature posts from Arvigo practitioners about their work and experiences in their community. You are welcome and invited to read and comment. Come back soon to see our first practitioner post, an update by Rosita Arvigo, founder of the techniques that bear her name.