The Allergic Load

We’re in the midst of summer here in the northern hemisphere. This is the time when a lot of people get affected by the pollens in the air and end up dealing with a lot of upper respiratory stuff. One question I get asked a lot during this time of year is why do some…

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Praying For Your Clients

In this week’s blog post, we have a question from a student that I thought would be good to share with the greater Evolutionary Herbalism community. The question is about integrating a spiritual approach to your work with your clients, specifically in regards to praying with and for your clients. This isn’t something that I…

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Diagnostic Differentials of Hot and Cold

I talk a lot about the importance of energetics and constitutions in clinical herbalism. This is one of the attributes of traditional systems of medicine across the world that are at their root and are fundamental to their way of understanding the uniqueness of a person and the specific properties of medicinal plants. In our…

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Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

This week, we have a very interesting question that comes up from time to time in regard to whether an herb can actually work like an antibiotic and the possible benefits and risks in terms of using herbs to treat pathogenic infections. Antiviral and Antibacterial Herbs in the Time of COVID-19 This is a pretty…

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Constitution Confusion

I wanted to share a great question I got from one of my students recently, it’s actually one that I get asked all the time, so I thought I’d share this segment from my Student Q&A video with the greater Evolutionary Herbalism community.  This question is a major point of confusion for a lot of…

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Herbs for the Emotional Heart

During this week’s evolutionary herbalism student Q&A session we had a great question about two remedies for addressing the heart in ways that we don’t tend to think of when we’re treating the heart from a clinical herbalism perspective. Often when we consider herbs that work on the heart, we think of high blood pressure,…

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Developing Relationships with Botanical Beings: interview with Asia Suler

Having a connection to the herbal allies you work with is essential to truly accessing the deepest levels of healing offered by plant medicines. But how do you develop a relationship with these botanical beings? In this episode of The Plant Path podcast, Asia Suler shares a guide for connecting to the primordial language of…

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Medical Astrology in Practice, an interview with Kira Sutherland

In this special episode of The Plant Path, I interviewed naturopath, herbalist, nutritionist, and medical astrologer Kira Sutherland. Kira’s been a clinical practitioner for over 20 years and the use of her client’s birth chart has been one of her primary tools for holistic assessment and providing insights into how to best navigate her cases. …

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Becoming a Self Sufficient Herbalist

A few months ago it really hit me that as herbalists we need to really start thinking about our level of self-sufficiency. Why? Well when Coronavirus really hit hard and everyone was on lock down, we started to notice something very alarming… You couldn’t really buy herbs anywhere!! Some of the larger herb companies in…

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COVID-19, Herbal Therapeutics for Viral Respiratory Infections

I’ve been getting a lot of emails and requests for me to share some of my thoughts and perspectives in regards to holistic herbal medicine and how you can support your family and community during this coronavirus outbreak. So, in this video class I’m going to share some of my approaches and how you might…

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