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An Introduction to Tinctures, Notes on Alcohol for the Beginning Herbalist, Simple Salve Making, Pantry Medicine

Herbalists are life-long learners. Our journey of knowledge never ceases, and we’re not afraid to put in the hard work that comes with that learning. The amount of research, preparation, and study that goes into herbal practice would astound many. Our numbers include doctors and scientists, teachers and farmers, students and parents, and many more besides. One thing that we all have in common though, is our drive to put in the earnest effort needed to learn about herbs.

Herbalists are life-long learners. Our journey of knowledge never ceases, and we’re not afraid to put in the hard work that comes with that learning. The amount of research, preparation, and study .

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Make a summer herbal salve for bites, stings and scrapes - Lesley Tierra's Blogs - Planet Herbs

While summer is one of my favorite times of year, I could do without mosquito bites, scraped shins and bee stings. That's why I usually carry a tin of herbal salve with me wherever I hike (or travel, for that matter).

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