Reawakening a Culture of Connection through Folk Medicine

The revolution begins at the hearth and in the kitchen through reclaiming ancestral healing arts & making medicine together to take care of our families and communities. 

In this new episode on The Plant Path Podcast, our guest Kami McBride shares how we can participate in reviving and inspiring an Earth-based culture that lives in reciprocity & sustainability.

This episode covers a broad range of herbalism – from looking at the large generational arc of herbalism and its role within the heart of human culture – all the way down to the super practical level of discussing simple folk remedies that have always been a part of home kitchen herbalism.

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In this episode, Kami shares about “the Herbalist’s best kept secret” – herbal infused oils – an easy to make, affordable and yet super powerful herbal remedy that you can make with basic tools & ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.

We discuss the therapeutic benefits of homemade herbal infused oils and how you can use them for a myriad of first aid situations for your family, as well as how they can heal & repair the nervous system and how these oils are the foundation for many other herbal remedies you can make.

To get inside the free workshop on handcrafted herbal infused oils Kami talked about in this episode, click here to watch the video classes & download your free guidebook.

ABOUT OUR GUEST: Kami McBride is the author of The Herbal Kitchen and the popular online course: Handcrafted Healing Herbal Oils. She is a 1992 Clinical Herbalist graduate of the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and has taught herbal medicine at UCSF School of Nursing.
Suffering from a life-threatening medication side-effect when she was a teenager propelled her into the world of herbs at a young age when herbal remedies were not popular. She has since helped thousands of families learn to use herbs for self-care. She is dedicated to fueling the home herbalism movement to revitalize our relationship with the plant world and create family culture steeped in using herbal medicine for home wellness care. 

You can find more on Kami’s courses & offerings here 
and can follow her on Instagram at:@kamimcbride

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