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Master Herbalist Training

In this podcast, Master Herbalist Rebecca Potter gives some very helpful information on herbs especially good for cold and flu season.

super snaps: ancient use of herbs. The Medicine Wheel Garden: Creating Sacred Space for Healing, Celebration, and Tranquility by E. Barrie Kavasch - The American Indian medicine wheel was an ancient way of creating sacred space and calling forth the healing energies of nature. herbalist and ethnobotanist E. Barrie Kavasch

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Comfrey ~ has long been recognised by both organic gardeners and herbalists for its great usefulness and versatility. No longer recommended for ingestion, it is used as a topical treatment for healing. Also useful as a fertilizer for other plants. Bees and hummingbirds love this pretty plant.

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The difference between tinctures, tonics and teas - Nourishing Herbalist. My new instructors husband is an herbalist and it immediately reminded me of my brother. We'd make such a great team, Andrew! An aquaponics herb garden. :)

Garlic - antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial and Thyme - for coughs, congestion, and colds -- Kitchen Lab herbalist cabinet for homemade remedies from the garden via www.studiogblog.com

David Austin Rose 'The Herbalist'

Celery Celery seed extract has been shown to reduce blood pressure in animal studies. It also functions as a diuretic and can be used to treat psoriasis. However, large amounts might cause photodermatitis, so herbalists urge caution with its use. The essential oil of celery seed is known to have a “sedative and anticonvulsant effect.”