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It‘s what you don‘t know that is hurting you most! Nature has a solution for every health challenge that you have created from simply not knowing, find out how to heal from any and all ailments today....
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Herbs with Rosalee

Rosalee de la Forêt

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Curious about the healing nature of plants? You're in the right place. I’m Rosalee de la Forêt and I'm passionate about helping people discover the world of herbalism and natural health. On this podcast, we explore the many ways plants heal, as food, as medicine, and through nature connection. Each week, I focus on a single seasonal plant and share trusted herbal knowledge so that you can get the best results when using herbs for your health. My goal is that you’ll walk away from each episod ...
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Heart of Herbs Herbal School Podcast

Demetria Clark- Heart of Herbs Herbal School

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Welcome to the Heart of Herbs Herbal School Podcast, with Demetria Clark. Embark on a journey of herbal wisdom and natural wellness with Heart of Herbs, where we invite you to discover the incredible world of herbalism. Our channel is your gateway to a wealth of knowledge, empowering you to cultivate a deeper connection with the healing power of plants. At Heart of Herbs Herbal School (www.heartofherbs.com), we are passionate about sharing herbalism's time-honored traditions and modern insig ...
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Der Ö1 Festival-Podcast zum steirischen herbst. Das Avantgardefestival widmet sich Figuren und ihren Geschichten, um zu erkunden, wie Menschen sich heutzutage durch moralische Grauzonen bewegen und mit den Dämonen um sie herum umgehen.
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Holy Herbs

Holy Herbs

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Holy Herbs recognizes the needs of its customers, which is why it offers a wide range of skin and hair care products so that they can get premium-quality beauty care products that meet their needs at the best price and at one point.
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Making Herbs for health and beauty Cover art photo provided by Katherine Hanlon on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@tinymountain Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/makingherbs/support
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Wisdom 4 Herbs

Lin Vensel

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Welcome to my podcasts, Thank you for listening, hoping to reach many to change lives with Alternative Medicines. Cover art photo provided by Joel Filipe on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@joelfilip
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At Just Herbs, our mission is to provide long-term care solutions to our valued customers. We understand the challenges of achieving wellness, and we’re dedicated to offering high-quality herbs and natural supplements in bulk quantities at fair prices. By sourcing our products directly from growers and manufacturers, we eliminate unnecessary intermediaries and ensure access to affordable, premium herbs and supplements. Our commitment to fairness and sustainability drives us to make a positiv ...
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The American Botanical Council's Sustainable Herbs Program (SHP) has hosted a series of conversations around sustainability and the botanical industry with leaders in the botanical community. SHP has also hosted a series of conversations around ethnobotany. Find unedited audio recordings of both series here. To watch the webinars themselves, go to the Sustainable Herbs Program webinar page: https://sustainableherbsprogram.org/webinar/
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HerbWorks - Healing Your Life with Herbs & Common Sense

Roger Drummer - Adaptogenic Herbs, Adaptogens, Stress and Brain, Memory, Ad

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A renowned educator in the fields of nutrition and Chinese Herbalism, Roger Drummer brings his 30 years of experience as a Diplomate of Chinese Herbology to these engaging conversations. Tune in for cutting-edge information on today's important health topics. Roger's unique style takes the guesswork out of complicated health issues. HerbWorks is committed to helping you improve your health and enhance your life, through herbs and common sense.
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Hello! I’m Brenda Sullivan and this is Living and Lovin Herbs Podcast where I discuss different ways you can use herbs I’ll introduce topics related to herbs and share ways you can incorporate them into your daily life. Whether it’s using it's for health purposes, culinary purposes, growing it in your garden, using it in bath and body products, or creating a chemical-free home. I’ll share with your traditions and history related to herbs, because who doesn’t love a good story. I’ll recommend ...
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Do you want to start an herb garden but are completely overwhelmed with all the information out there, so you don’t start? Or have you tried to start in the past only to end up with wilted basil and cilantro bolting up to the sky, while your gardening confidence plummets? Do you wish that you had a simple plan for how to grow herbs and use them to help enhance your family’s nutrition and overall well-being? I am so excited you’re here! This podcast will help you know how to have more control ...
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Melissa Gearing is The Naked Naturopath, and not just because she likes to get her kit off! Mel is passionate about stripping back the seemingly complicated advice that surrounds us in the world of health and wellness. With six years experience in health food and three clinic spaces seeing clients one on one, she is able to answer all of your health questions straight up. Mel has never been one to beat around the bush and is fast talking and acting in life, providing answers that give you th ...
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Send us a Text Message. When Tiara Boynes, the "Queen of Herbs," graced our studio, the air was thick with tales of transformation and the scent of possibility. This community herbalist, once a nurse, now dedicates her life to the power of plant-based healing, and we were fortunate enough to capture her inspiring journey and practical wisdom for yo…
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I’ve known Kristine Brown for many years, and it was such a delight to sit down and chat with her about her love of nettle – a plant that herbalists love to love! Even though I have immersed myself in nettle love for years, I learned some new things about this wonderful herb during our conversation. And it was so much fun to hear about Kristine’s h…
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This episode covers the herb Fu ling, Poria cocos, or simply poria. This herb is one of the most commonly used Chinese herbs, though for most people outside of Chinese medicine, it is virtually unknown. It promotes urination and drains dampness…basically it is often considered an herbal diuretic. Plus, it also helps digestion and quiets the heart a…
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It was so delightful to sit down and chat with Anjali Deva about Tulsi. I just love it when I interview someone and their love of the plant they choose shines through so clearly, which was definitely the case in this conversation. Anjali’s descriptions of seeing Tulsi growing in India made me wish I could grow whole fields of it myself! Anjali disc…
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Send us a Text Message. When life handed Kaley Tallman lemons, she didn't just make lemonade—she cultivated a whole garden. This episode features her story, a poignant tale of loss, resilience, and the discovery of healing through herbal medicine. After the heartache of losing her mother and navigating her health struggles, she pivoted from massage…
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I am a huge fan of the work done through United Plant Savers (UPS) and so it was truly an honor to have Susan Leopold, the executive director of UPS, on the show! I had so much fun talking with Susan. Of course she discussed the UPS’s efforts to catalog and protect at-risk native medicinal plants, but this conversation also went places I didn’t exp…
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Send us a Text Message. Blast from the Past! Episode from 2009. Have you ever walked into a space feeling immediately judged, your personal journey dismissed before you even shared your story? Demetria Clark, herbalist extraordinaire and the heart behind Heart of Herbs Herbal School, joins us to unpack the sensitive dynamics between herbalists and …
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It was so much fun to interview Dr. Jillian Stansbury! She is a plant nerd in all the best ways, and every section of this conversation has so much wisdom infused into it. Not only does Dr. Stansbury give a ton of information about chamomile’s many gifts but she also touches on the differences between the use of herbs and pharmaceuticals, her passi…
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on a journey through the lush landscapes of New England with Amelia South, an herbalist and foraging instructor from Black Sun Farm. She is also a Heart of Herbs Herbal School graduate. Our enlightening chat uncovers the holistic power of plants that Amelia nurtures within the rich biodiversity of Eastern Connecticut.…
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This is Maria Noël Groves’s second time on the show, and I’m thrilled to have her back! You can tell that Maria is an herbal teacher, because this episode is packed with in-depth herbal information about lemon balm. She shares so much wisdom about lemon balm’s gifts that I just can’t wait to get into the garden and work with this wonderful plant ag…
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on an expedition into the verdant world of herbalism, as we weave together your personalized Materia Medica—an indispensable herbal companion. With my guidance, you'll learn to meticulously document the myriad aspects of medicinal plants, from their botanical intricacies to the profound experiences they bring to your …
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I've spent many hours poring over Thomas Avery Garran’s materia medica books. In fact, his first book was one of the first herbal books that I bought when I started studying Chinese medicine! And as you’ll see in this episode, Thomas clearly loves plants and has wonderful insights into them, from their gifts and energetics to how to grow and harves…
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This episode covers the herb Apple of Sodom or Calotropis procera. This herb is very interesting in that it has potentially biblical origins, is thought to be quite toxic, and yet has some interesting medicinal properties. Each episode of the podcast will go into great depth about a single herb or formula. Besides covering the basics of herbology i…
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I am thrilled to have David Winston back on the show! Like his last episode, which featured nettles, this episode is absolutely packed with knowledge and wisdom from David’s 55 years of experience. (Speaking of his incredible storehouse of herbal know-how, if you’d like to study with David, he’s enrolling students now! You can get the details in th…
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Send us a Text Message. Ready to secure your future with sage wisdom? That's precisely what we're unpacking on the Heart of Herbs Herbal School podcast with me, your host Demetria Clark. Our community of herbalists and alternative health practitioners often lacks the traditional financial safety nets, so I'm taking you through my own journey of rea…
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If you’re new to herbs, you might be most familiar with oats as a breakfast staple. But they’re so much more than that! As my guest today, Kimberly Gallagher, shares, oats can soothe frazzled nerves, contribute to endocrine balance and sexual wellness, provide a wealth of easily-absorbed minerals, and much more. (Note that in this episode, Kimberly…
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This episode will cover another Chinese herb Mi Meng Hua (Buddleia flower bud). Besides covering the basics of Chinese herbology including category, and functions, we will explore the history, quality, science, pharmacology, evidence, and any potential interactions of each herb. And then there is always something a little quirky about an episode. I…
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What a treat you have in store with today’s episode about the lovely (and, as you’ll see, very yummy!) rose plant. The best teachers breathe love and life into what they’re teaching. And my guest today, Liz Knight, is no exception! She reminds me of a little fairy, with her sparkly smile and deep rooted love of the green world. I know you’re going …
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Send us a Text Message. What is your herbal pet peeve? Come and listen and see if mine and yours are in the same vein! Do you worry about over harvesting? People not respecting the land? Come and listen to my thoughts on how we can all be better herbalists. Heart of Herbs Herbal School The Heart of Herbs Podcast with Demetria Clark! 🌿 Tune in for h…
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Today’s episode is a little different from the usual. To give context for newer audience members, Anna Rósa Róbertsdóttir was one of my earliest guests on the podcast. When Anna Rósa was last on the show, she shared a big adventure and new project she was just about to embark on, empowering women in refugee camps in Iraq. Since we last saw her, tha…
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Send us a Text Message. Learn about the suppliers and supplies I love for my herbal practice. Heart of Herbs Herbal School The Heart of Herbs Podcast with Demetria Clark! 🌿 Tune in for herbal wisdom & wellness tips! Welcome to the Heart of Herbs Herbal School Podcast, www.heartofherbs.com where we explore the world of herbal remedies and natural he…
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In this episode, my bestie, Rebecca Altman, and I dive deeper into one of our favorite herbs for resilience, tulsi (also known as holy basil). While we do talk about what tulsi can do for you, this episode is much more than a simple list of tulsi health benefits! Instead, we’re showing you how much fun you can have, creatively welcoming tulsi into …
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This episode will cover one of the traditional categories of formulas, Supporting and Releasing Formulas. Besides covering the basics of Chinese herbology including the formulas in the category, and common functions, we will explore the science, pharmacology, evidence, and any potential interactions of the category of formulas. And then there is al…
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Send us a Text Message. Learn how to create herbal legacies! Learn how to create a business for the future and for your family's future! Heart of Herbs Herbal School The Heart of Herbs Podcast with Demetria Clark! 🌿 Tune in for herbal wisdom & wellness tips! Welcome to the Heart of Herbs Herbal School Podcast, www.heartofherbs.com where we explore …
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Today is a special episode! That’s partly because I’m with my bestie, Rebecca Altman. But also because we’re talking about something near and dear to both of our hearts: simple and practical ways to build resilience. Because life’s too short and too precious to be trapped in a dread of Monday mornings, right? “Monday mornings” might not ever go awa…
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Send us a Text Message. I know, episode one coming out after other episodes, sounds silly, but it is true. Come and listen and learn how Heart of Herbs Herbal School got started. Join us and see how we are all connected with herbs in exciting ways. Heart of Herbs Herbal School The Heart of Herbs Podcast with Demetria Clark! 🌿 Tune in for herbal wis…
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Today marks the first time mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) has been spotlighted on the show. And as you’ll see, this is a plant with a variety of culinary, medicinal, and historical uses! So I love that today’s guest, Corinna Wood, chose mugwort as a focus for our conversation. As a listener, you also have access to Corinna’s recipe for Mugwort Vinega…
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Send us a Text Message. Financial Planning for Herbalists and Alternative Health Professionals Check out these great tips to ensure you are looking ahead with your business. Heart of Herbs Herbal School The Heart of Herbs Podcast with Demetria Clark! 🌿 Tune in for herbal wisdom & wellness tips! Welcome to the Heart of Herbs Herbal School Podcast, w…
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After 50 years of working with herbs, Dr. Mary Bove has a lot of wisdom and insights to share! In this episode, we get to hear about her love for lemon balm. She also gives a great summary on the lemon balm and hypothyroidism issue. You’ll also get to hear her take on herbs for pregnancy. This is something I’m asked about a lot and Mary is an exper…
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It was so much fun to have Richo Cech on the show to talk about the benefits of Andrographis, also known as the “king of bitters.” Besides all things Andrographis, Richo also covers some gardening advice and even life philosophies. We also hear why Richo loves chilis so much and what he includes in his herbal medicine kit. As a listener, you also h…
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In this podcast, Professor John (Jack) Lambert discusses his approach to management of Long Covid. He goes through the steps he follows to diagnose patients, and what signs he searches for during that diagnosis. He discusses some of the new emerging science in the Long Covid subject, issues surrounding the symptoms found in patients and potential t…
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This episode covers the Chinese herb Fang Feng (Saposhnikovia or Siler Root), used to treat bones and sinews as well as yang vacuity. Besides covering the basics of Chinese herbology including category, and functions, we will explore the history, quality, science, pharmacology, evidence, and any potential interactions of each herb. And then there i…
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Weeds are some of our most powerful and most loved medicines and self-heal (Prunella vulgaris) is a fantastic example of this. So I was really happy when my guest today, Caroline Gagnon, chose the beautiful and unassuming self heal as the focus herb for this episode. Do you already love self-heal? After listening in, I have no doubt you’ll catch Ca…
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