Real Herbalism Radio | Herbalism | Plant Medicine | Botany | Wild Crafting

Real Herbalism Radio | Herbalism | Plant Medicine | Botany | Wild Crafting

Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and give you the tools you'll need to make sound, pratical choices for yourself and your family regarding herbal care. They'll take time, too, to examine the latest herbal news topics so you can feel informed as you encounter the places where herbs and herbalism have hit the mainstream media. Read more about us at ThePracticalHerbalist.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.... Show More

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September 23, 2020 22 min
Candace and Patrick come clean about their stash of herbal vinegars. Patrick claims innocence, but the truth is out now. They talk about their apprecation for Kami's ideas for using Herbal Vinegars daily.

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September 16, 2020 31 min
Herbal Vinegars are so easy to make, and make, and make! But, what do you do when you realize you have loads more than your pantry can hold? Today, we're talking with Kami McBride, author of The Herbal Kitchen and teacher of Herbal Medicine since 1988 about Making and Enjoying Herbal Vinegars.

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September 9, 2020 28 min
Candace and Patrick talk about their visit with Tony DiMaggio of Sacred Blossom Farm. They talk about trying Angel herbal tea and about the health benefits of good soil - for plants and humans alike.

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A decade or so ago, we saw a big push in the Herb World toward Wildcrafted herbs because they make better, stronger medicine. That push endangered many wild areas and plant populations...and it underscored the importance of looking to Mother Nature to school us in growing good medicine. Today, we're talking with Tony DiMaggio, owner and operator of Sacred Blossom Polyculture Herb Farm, about Polyculture farming for strong Plant...
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August 26, 2020 24 min
Candace and Patrick talk about their visit with Leslie Korn, the recipes they tried from Natural Woman, and the wisdom of using herbs daily. They also talked about Oleander in Herbs in the News.

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August 19, 2020 35 min
The Path of Plants takes some of us across the globe, challenging us to open up to new cultures, new medicines, and often the parts of ourselves that yearn for expression.Today, we're talking with Leslie Korn, Doctor of Integrative Medicine for Mental Health, Herbalist, and Author of Natural Woman: Herbal Remedies for Radiant Health at Every Age and Stage of Life about how challenge, trauma, and the Plants can lead us to our Be...
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Candace and Patrick talk about the Kimchi Challenge. Patrick shares his experience and offers his tips for making your go at Kimchi a success. They answer a question about vitamin B12 for the Vegan Diet.

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To Pickle or to Ferment, that is the question. For the Home Herbalist, it's a really good one, too. One is quick and easy while the other turns food into better medicine but takes longer. Is the medicine of fermented foods really helpful?


Today, Candace and Patrick are talking about the differences between pickling and fermenting your fresh fruits and vegetables to make the best Food as Medicine for your family.


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Candace and Patrick talk about Wildcrafting, Victory Gardens, and the real healing that comes from connection to nature.

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Tradition plays a huge role in how we approach our health. Whether we recognize it or not, our culture guides us, providing a framework for how we encounter the plants. Bringing those pieces of culture to the surface is a healing of its own.

Today, we're talking with Phyllis D. Light, folk herbalist, about walking the Path of Tradition through wood, field, and town.


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Today, Candace and Patrick talked unscripted about what it's like to be in business together, the challenges of being in business and of being in partnership, and about the unrelenting nature of Entrepreneurial ship.

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The idea of a Power Couple is really common in business and politics, but what does that look like in Herbalism? It looks like a Plant-supported Marriage between Business and Herbs, with some truly inspired benefits.


Today, we're talking with Katja and Ryn from Commonwealth Center for Holistic Herbalism about business, plant medicine, and the Herbal Life. 


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June 3, 2020 26 min
Candace and Patrick talked about their visit with Alexis Chesney. Patrick shivered all over again over the many ticks who are out there just waiting to latch on.

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Many of us are inspired to study Plant Medicines by our Elders. The path to Plants is often challenging and filled with opportunities.


Today, we're talking with Alexis Chesney, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and author of Preventing Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases about finding the healing intersections in the Natural World.


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Candace and Patrick give Tiger Tea from Sacred Blossom Farm a try then talk a bit about growing good herbs, the effect of stress on plants (like gravel pile Oregano), and reflect on the Herbs in Action summit.

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Making a difference in the world is one of the dreams so many of us set out into the world to do. As Herbalists, we often follow a sorted and sometimes colorful path to manifest that dream.


Today, we're talking with Tony DiMaggio, owner and operator of Sacred Blossom Polyculture Herb Farm, about wandering the world and rooting into Making a Real Difference.

 


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Candace and Patrick talk about their culinary Herbal Adventures...including making Ghee using Kami McBride's technique.

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The Path into Herbalism isn't always an easy one. Sometimes, we've got to face mighty challenges. Often, it's exactly those challenge that propel us into the next level.


Today, we're talking with Kami McBride, author of The Herbal Kitchen and teacher of Herbal Medicine since 1988 about making the Herbal Lifestyle a real part of your life.


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Candace and Patrick talk about their visit with Yolanda, the Herbal Entrepreneur Conference, and being in business online as an herbalist.

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Place is hugely important to plants. The environment a plant's rooted in influences how it grows. So, too, it is with Herbalists. We often begin life and our professional life with one idea of what we'll do...Then the Plants sprout new ideas and we're hooked.


Today, we're talking with Yolanda Joy, Herbalist and founder of Herbal Entrepreneur, about drawing inspiration from your environment.


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