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Tolerance and Inclusivity in the Herbal Community herbalism natural products self development Nov 08, 2023

If you’re out in the garden or in your yard, or in the woods underneath autumn-yellow trees, it’s easy to think that herbalism belongs to...

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Finding Your Path self development Nov 01, 2023

Your path in life, love and career may be certain, or it may consist of confusing turns and twists and it may appear ever misty. I’ve been...

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The Provenance of Healing: Part 4 healing series Oct 25, 2023

Healing Priority 1: Respect the Person

First, you’ll notice that our healing priorities do NOT begin with “fix the problem.” Instead, we...

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The Idea of a Miracle Cure; or Learning About Herbal Actions astringent herbal actions remedies sage Oct 25, 2023

Have you ever read an article about an herb that claims it treats or cures such a wide variety of illnesses, and you wonder: how can that be? They’re...

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The Provenance of Healing: Part 3 healing series Oct 18, 2023

Goals of Healing

And this, then, begs another sticky and yet valuable question: What is the goal? Is the goal of health to get better and not be sick? Is the...

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The Provenance of Healing: Part 2 healing series Oct 18, 2023

Perspectives on Healing

Ah, so many questions, and these have been asked for thousands of years. Two great women who both lived in the 12th century had...

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The Provenance of Healing: Part 1 healing series Oct 11, 2023

Where Does Healing Come From?

Do you ever wonder where healing comes from? The power to remove illness and bring health? Laughter, music, tears, and the...

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Harvesting Autumn Herbs in Fall and Winter ghost-pipe goldenrod harvesting red clover sage Oct 09, 2023

I recently trekked out to enjoy one of my favorite annual rituals: apple picking. My sweetie David and I love to hop from apple orchard to farm to cider...

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