Interview with Kami McBride

   I think one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves as herbalists and healers is “why do we get sick?” This is the big question pondered by healers, physicians,

Herbal Support for ADD and ADHD

   How can herbalists use plant medicine to support children who have, in conventional medicine, been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD? Unfortunately, there can be some detrimental effects, not only from the

Eating for Your Constitution

        As Ayurveda has become popular, interest in eating according to your constitutional type has grown. Over the last few years we've seen this dynamic of eating and tailoring your diet

How to Learn the Unwritten Herbs

If you are studying Western herbalism, it's helpful to understand your plants in terms of their medicinal actions, their energetics, their organ system affinities, and so on. So where do you start? How do you figure that stuff out?

Truly Ethical Wildcrafting: Creating Reciprocity & Relationship with Wild Plants & Places

On this week’s episode of The Plant Path, Whitney is joined by herbalist Rosalee de la Forêt. They have a discussion around wildcrafting practices; how to build relationships with the plants that grow around you by learning how to honorably harvest, tend, and care for land in your bioregion; how to work with the wild plants around you for food, medicine, and healing; and much more.

How Herbalists Can Change With The Times

https://youtu.be/BSWXMa3g6K8 I want to talk about the state of the world right now how everything seems to be turning upside down. Everything is changing very rapidly in terms of the picture