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Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and ...
 
Let's take a deep dive into all things herbal with some of the best teachers in the field of plant medicine, wild foods, botany and health accessibility. You'll hear class recordings from conferences, narrated plant monographs, books, and blog posts, interviews, event updates and so much more. Have an idea for an episode? Want to share information about your school or event? Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Let me know!
 
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Candace and Patrick talked about getting to the point of No Solution in Western Medicine and how much we all need diversity in our medical care system. They discussed owning your power to create health for yourself, and they answered an Herbal 101 question from Vinon about nettles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Have you heard that black cohosh is “for menopause”? Or that red clover is a “natural estrogen replacement”? Or that saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is “for men” or “for BPH”? Herbs are not gendered, and they’re not “for” conditions. They have qualities and actions, and they act in context – the context of each individual body. Herbs act on particula…
 
Today we’re joined by Alex Dorr of Mushroom Revival to learn about the power of functional mushrooms in supporting health and wellness. You’ll hear about the roles of fungi in nature as well as in our bodies and touch on the science of beneficial compounds found in certain mushroom species. Differences in mushroom preparations using fruiting bodies…
 
Plants either languish or thrive when faced with serious adversity. Those that thrive follow the path of the most Powerful Medicine. So, too, it is with people. Today, we're talking with K.P. Khalsa, Ayurvedic Doctor and State Licenced Nutritionist, about facing challenge and finding your own path into Powerful Medicine. See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
Candace and Patrick make a few silly jokes...okay, Candace made one silly joke...then they reflected on the wisdom they gleaned from their conversation with Leslie Shalduha of Sassy Llama Apothecary last week. Topics included making good choices for health and the challenges in doing so, good nutrition and how that changes as we age, and recognizin…
 
Water extracts are an easy and essential source of nutrition and holistic care. At last year's Medicines from the Earth Herb Symposium, Teresa Boardwine, owner of Green Comfort School of Herbal Medicine in Virginia, shared how herbal medicines delivered as teas are powerful allies that can correct imbalances, build vitality, and offer therapeutic r…
 
Ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea), also known as alehoof, creeping charlie, and gill-over-the-ground, is one of our favorite herbs to gather in early spring. We like to prepare a tincture of it in brandy, and we work with it for troubles in the ear-nose-throat. It helps a lot with tinnitus and with difficulty hearing that comes from stagnant fluid in…
 
Sometimes, it takes a crisis to get us to really see the right path. Do or Die, the wake-up call almost always leads us into a whole new adventure. The Plants surely do celebrate when we join them! Today, we're talking with Leslie Shalduha, practicing herbalist at Sassy Llama Apothecary, makers of simple everyday herbal products, about getting up a…
 
Herb of the Month is one of our most powerful learning methods for students of herbalism – and honestly, it’s great for experienced practitioners too! It’s deceptively simple: just choose an herb and work with it extensively every day for a month, in as many ways as you can come up with. At the same time, research the herb as far and wide as you ca…
 
Candace and Patrick talked about the meaning of ritual in their lives and how ritual shows up for them daily, weekly, and in the context of bigger events. They talked about Men's Rituals and how the tradition of ritual for men has shifted as compared to that for women. They also talked a little about the Rituals of Spring. See acast.com/privacy for…
 
We’re discussing the notion of amphoteric herbs today, because it’s the Spring equinox and we’re thinking about balance. The term amphoteric is orginally a chemistry term meaning “having characteristics of both an acid and a base”. Herbalists use the word to mean an herb that has a balancing activity, one that is capable of acting in ways that seem…
 
Ritual is a powerful tool in the Herbalist's toolbox. With the support of the Plants, we can mvoe through transition, change, and even trauma Empowered and Healed. Today, we're talking with Leslie Korn, Doctor of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health, Herbalist, and Author of Natural Woman: Herbal Remedies for Radiant Health at Every Age and Stage…
 
In this episode we share a simple technique for enhancing herbal salves with tinctures. Lots of herbalists like to put essential oils in their salves, and we’re no exception – but we also want to have other methods for increasing potency. Essential oils can be costly, and they have sustainability issues in a lot of cases. Combining alcohol extracts…
 
Candace and Patrick chatted about Alyssa's path into herbalism-especially the huge shift she made and how she found her inspiration in modern television. They talked about being Blindsided and Becoming Herbalist in a Shamanic way. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We’re lucky that nowadays there are a lot of herb suppliers, so it’s convenient to purchase the majority of your herbs – especially if you live in a place where you don’t really have space to grow a garden. But there’s something really special about working with herbs that you’ve grown yourself. And, some herbs are really quite easy to grow – like …
 
“I wanted to know, how did women have 13 children?.. How did people take care of their children when they fell down and broke their arms way back in the Middle Ages? People have had these things going on ever since the beginning of time and they’ve dealt with it. They’ve figured how they could use plants in different ways to make life easier and be…
 
As we prepare to bid this winter farewell, we’re joined by Dr. Elizabeth Cox for a water meditation perfect to close out the season. Click here to visit HerbRally for accompanying PDF. Dr. Cox lectures on the subject of wellness and seasonal health care. She believes that self-care and development, awareness, evolution and love are the principle te…
 
No matter where you are in the world, The Plants will find you. Some of us are lucky enough to grow up with Herbal Medicine as just a part of life. But, what happens when you move--and find out everyone else forgot the Magic of The Plants? Today, we're talking with Alyssa Humann, certified Herbalist and Mid-level Health Coach, owner of The Persiste…
 
This week we’re sharing a formula for an herbal cold sore remedy – a soft salve or balm that can be applied right on the sores. It’s going to serve as a jumping-off point for discussing flexible formulation. That’s the answer to the question “what can I do if I don’t have one – or any! – of the herbs in the formula as written?” If you can answer th…
 
Candace and Patrick get real about how Essential Oils, Hydrosols, and herbs factor into their lives. Candace reveals one of her Little Secrets. Patrick expresses his shock and indignation over the revelation...before acknowledging that certain uses of essential oil spritzers and the like might be actually a welcome addition to home and office for o…
 
When you go to the store and buy an herbal supplement, what are you getting? It might be a capsule of powdered herb, but this is less and less common nowadays. An herbal supplement is usually some type of extract from the plant – and we herbalists make lots of extracts ourselves, like teas, tinctures, salves, etc. The difference is in the methods a…
 
Setting up a clinical practice is daunting and requires direction, support, and confidence. When first starting out in clinical practice, there are many factors to consider; from herbalism and the law, overheads, clinical skills, forms, and policies, to preparing your own extracts, formulating for clients, and managing your dispensary. Join Erika G…
 
The intersection of Modern Medicine with the Deep Healing of the Garden can produce the most amazing Herbs...and Herbalists. Today, we're talking with Erika Galentin, Clinical Herbalist at Sovereignty Herbs, about finding the Joy, the Power, and the Medicine along the garden path. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Today we’re joined by Shelby Kolar of Earth Heart Herbal to hear her thoughts on receiving harvest of foraged plants with gratitude and intention. Shelby Kohler is a clinical herbalist with Earth Heart Herbal. She is a forager who is passionate about connecting to plants & connecting plants with people. Visit her blog for more foraging tips and eth…
 
The “wellness” space online is saturated with One Weird Tricks and Simple Easy Solutions that promise to make you perfect. Perfect hair, perfect skin, perfect body fat percentage – all this and more for 5 easy payments of $39.99… it’s a trick. Even when it’s sincere, when people really believe they’ve found the one thing that’ll work for everyone, …
 
Candace and Patrick talked about where Oregon has gotten so far since legalizing the use of Psilocybin Mushrooms, aka Magic Mushrooms, for therapeutic use. They covered psychedelics as therapy, profitable business, vacation, and in the stock market. They also talked a little about a new project they've been working on that'll be launching this spri…
 
Struggling to stay centered? When we’re feeling overwhelmed or burned-out, breathwork offers a fast-acting and natural way to reset and recharge. Chandra bhedana, or “lunar breathing,” is an easy exercise that helps relax the body and declutter the mind. This simple meditation uses cyclical breath to flush out distraction and fatigue and bring in i…
 
Today we’ll join Paul Bergner for deep dive into effective herbal formulation, originally recorded at the NorthWest Herb Symposium. Learn the principles of herbal pairing including balancing energetics, steering to specific tissues, and amplification by pairing herbs with similar effects. Visit HerbRally here to download accompanying PDF! For more …
 
When you’re dealing with a skin problem, it’s good to come at it from both directions: internal and external. Today we’re focusing on the external remedies, highlighting some of our favorite ways to work with topical herbs for acne. Steam is a great way to deliver aromatic herbal constituents to the whole surface of the face, and as the warmth open…
 
Herbal Medicines may come in neatly packaged boxes or beautifully labeled bottles today, but they were all once rooted in the healing space of Nature. We can still touch the Magic and power of thse spaces to deepen the medicine for ourselves and others. Today, we're talking with Bett Williams, author of The Wild Kindness: A Psilocybin Odyssey and w…
 
When you think about where to find excellent herbs, where does your mind go first – the forest? The farmer’s market? Ye Olde Herbe Shoppe, perhaps? Let us make a suggestion: you can find a bunch of great herbs at the supermarket! Grocery store herbs are nothing to sneeze at (but if you can’t stop sneezing, consider a basil steam). You can find herb…
 
You’re in for a treat with Ramona Robinson’s guided meditation, Healing Lagoon. Take 12 minutes for yourself and find a slice of serenity! Ramona Robinson helps people embrace their unique blueprint at a subconscious level to live a fulfilling life. If you would like to work with her or get more guided meditations, find her at www.ramonarobinson.co…
 
Candace and Patrick reflect on the chaos of the past few weeks, their conversation with Rebecca Ingalls of Swampscott Counseling and Palmer Pond Botanicals, and how they're coping with the stress. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
An herbalist’s dog is going to get some herbs in her dinner every now and then. Our dog Elsie sure does! Choosing herbs for dogs doesn’t need to be complicated or difficult, and there are a lot of them that can help a pup feel her best. In this episode we highlight four herbs we give to our own puppa: Seaweeds for nourishment, joint support, and im…
 
Change can transform our lives, as we're all experiencing through these crazy times. Often, radical change helps us make the connections that show us our life's passion and sets us on our path. Today, we're talking with Rebecca Ingalls, herbalist at Palmer Pond Botanicals and psychotherapist at Swamp Scott Counseling about connecting with your path…
 
It has been a rough few… weeks? Years? Well, a while, anyway! In the last month more than ever, people have been asking us how to get some space, how to find ways to feel grounded, how to find some calm. So we thought, maybe it would be good to share the things that we are doing to get through the days. Being an herbalist doesn’t mean you never get…
 
Candace and Patrick talk about how the first week of their 2021 New Year's Resolutions have gone. They shared a few tips for using some of the herbs they talked about last week to support you through change and answered an Herbal 101 question on Stevia for Quitting Smoking. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Feeling scattered? Today Abrah Arneson will guide us through her meditation on old light, meant to help us create boundaries and regain a sense of empowerment. Through her 30 years of meditation practice, Abrah has learned regular meditation helps one remain present with an open heart to all of life. For more from Abrah, including personalized medi…
 
ROOTED MEDICINE CIRCLE As herbs have become increasingly popular, the true heart of herbal medicine is at risk... Today there’s a lot of emphasis on what herbs are “good for.” Take turmeric for inflammation! Dandelion root for the liver! But when we reduce plants to a simple equation of “take xyz herb for xyz problem,” the soul of herbal medicine i…
 
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