Herbalist công khai
[search 0]
Thêm

Download the App!

show episodes
 
T
The Herbalist's Path

1
The Herbalist's Path

Mountain Mel Mutterspaugh

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Hàng tháng+
 
The Herbalist’s Path is a podcast on a Mission to Inspire a Movement where there’s a Herbalist in every home, again! Run by your Host Mountain Mel, you’ll hear interviews with fellow herbalists who will talk about their path to herbalism, and give you tips and tricks to take along with you on your herbalist path. Along with the interviews, Mountain Mel will teach short lessons on how you can start taking charge of your health and your family’s health by using plants as medicine in your own h ...
 
Wild Resilience is a podcast for herbalists, artists, healers, and the people who love them. We focus on the journey of becoming. Why was someone drawn to the plant world? How did they decided to be an artist? What was it that lead them down the path of a healer? We believe in the power of sharing stories for learning, growth and transformation. We hope you listen and are inspired. xo friede
 
Loading …
show series
 
It's Autumn here in the Pacific Northwest of the USA-- leaves are changing, rain is starting to fall, the kids are back to school. That also means the petri dish is open for business. And after not spending much time together over this past year & a half, we're gearing up for a strong cold & flu season. In this episode, I introduce you to my BFF fo…
 
Silly parents, Lemon Balm is for kids!....Well, it’s for you grown-ups out there too. Lemon Balm is on my list of favorite plant friends not just because we share a name (Melissa officinalis is her given name), but also because it’s the perfect herb for this time of year. It’s a powerful ally against both those back-to-school germs and those back-t…
 
Well, this episode is a mighty special episode! I had the fantastically fun honor of doing a pod swap with my friends over at the Plant Cunning Podcast, herbalist A.C. Stauble and her partner, permaculturist Isaac Hill. We had a blast talking all things, herbal path and herbal business and permaculture, and how using plants as medicine is a gateway…
 
I am so excited to have had this opportunity to sit down with herbalist, educator, & author Christa Sinodinos. In this episode we share with each other philosophies of responsible education, sustainable harvesting, and the responsibility we all have as plant people to protect the health of the plants and the ecosystems of which we are all part. We …
 
This episode finds me in conversation with Brooke Aichroth, an herbalist and healer right down the road from us, here on Mt. Hood. Although not at the same time, Brooke & I share some education history with Vital Ways Institute (formerly Portland School of Traditional Western Herbalism. We share a love of the neverending nature of herbal education,…
 
So a little while ago, my podcast editor requested an episode on dandelion (Taraxacum officinale). As an herbalist, I assume everyone knows all about dandelion because it’s such a stand out plant friend thanks to all that she has to offer us. Almost every herbalist I’ve interviewed seems to mention it, right back to my very first episode interviewi…
 
Hello, herbalists. The sun is shining, the air is warming, it’s the time of the season for my favorite thing: GETTING OUTSIDE! WOO HOO! So many adventures await us around every corner. If you’re like me & my family, though, we play hard which can land us in some serious scrapes...and bites and bee stings and all kinds of crazy things! Luckily, natu…
 
What can we say about Jim McDonald? He’s quirky, funny, talented, knowledgeable, and kind. In this super-fun conversation, I get down and dirty with Jim talking about sustainability and conservation, stewardship, and how teaching has changed in the current, internet-driven world. And Jim shares with us some great stories and knowledge around one of…
 
We’re back! And I hope you left some room in your garden plot because in this episode I’m going to share with you five MORE of my favorite plants that are must-haves for my medicinal garden. And they may be for you too. We’ll talk about not only uses, but also what they look like, what they feel like, what they need to be happy and healthy and prov…
 
Spring is springing! Let’s get those gardens growing! Wouldn’t it be just the best thing ever if the medicine you & your family would like to have on hand is available in a living form in your own yard? You can make it a reality with relative ease. In this episode I’m going to share with you five of my favorite plants that are must-haves for my med…
 
Hi everyone. I’m so excited for this episode’s guest! Her name is Amanda Furbee, owner of the Herb Shoppe on Mississippi and Portland, Oregon. In this episode, Amanda and I will talk plants, formulating, our approaches to medicinal values, and the amazing way that Amanada found herself on an unexpected Herbalist’s Path that carried her from one coa…
 
HAPPY HERB DAY! How lucky I am to be able to live up here on Mt. Hood, a place with so much abundance of life especially in the Spring. In fact, this episode was recorded out in my local forested riverway. And as I watch the river wend its way through the landscape, I take a moment to reflect on my own Herbalist’s Path and the influential people wh…
 
This episode is about Nettles. Yes, “those”nettles. Urtica diotica. The “stinging” ones. But there’s a ton of medicinal zing other than the (still medicinal) sting. How about a nettle tea? Or nettle Pesto? What!? Yeah! Nettles are actually one of the most nutrient dense plants we have to work with in our world and they can be used as food and medic…
 
In this episode, I get to chat with clinical herbalist, author, & teacher Elaine Sheff about her 30 years journeying down the Herbalist’s Path. We discuss favorite books and favorite teachers. I also ask Elaine about favorite herbs like Calendula (Calendula officinalis) and Comfrey (Symphytum officinale). We speak of wonderful things going on at El…
 
Today's podcast is a super special treat. I had the honor of interviewing Liz Neves, a beautiful herbalist and healer, dream guide, reiki practitioner, living and teaching in Lenapehoking (mainly Brooklyn, NY). She's also the author of Northeast Medicinal Plants: Identify Harvest and use 111 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness (Timber Press)., as we…
 
Did you get hit by all those wild winter storms? Here at our home on Mt. Hood in Oregon, we had 21 inches of snow fall; places west are covered freezing rain. Jack Frost has certainly had his way with us all here, February 2021. Snow & ice covering places like Texas that are ill-prepared to handle such weather. Weel, we're here to help. I want to s…
 
This episode is all about licorice. No, not Twizzlers. Nor Red Vines. Licorice root is our star today, and good for our bodies in so many ways. Glycyrrhiza glabra is the Latin name of this particular plant. The “Glycyrrhiza" part of the name actually means "sweet root" and what an amazing root it is. It has been used for thousands of years as a "ha…
 
We’ve all heard the phrase, “Trust your gut,” right? There might be more truth in that statement than you might think. Our gut is about digestion --all about the power of our digestive organs to process and absorb what we eat while also being able to burn off waste products-- but there’s so much more to it. If our digestive fire isn’t burning up to…
 
Hey, first podcast of 2021! Since the whole world is hollering “New year, new you!”, I figured I'd talk about how you can work on healing your body from the inside out. So I'm just going to share with you a few of my absolute favorite herbs that I love to turn to when I have issues of inflammation in the gut. Our gut health is absolutely essential …
 
Gut check! Check 1...Check 2… Is your Digestion in Question? I don’t know about you, but holiday merriment and comfort food indulgence have left my digestion a bit questionable. So I figured we would do a little episode all about gut health and why it's so important in our every day. Because we all know that it's directly connected to the health of…
 
In this episode, I’m talking with educator, author, herbalist Kristine Brown. Kristine has devoted much of her life to creating herbal education curriculum for our youngest budding herbalists. We talk about how she sought to fill that blank spot in educational herbalism by creating her long-running zine, authoring books that make herbalism approach…
 
It's no secret that life has been mighty tough for the majority of people these days. Whether these times have you suffering from stress, anxiety, lack of sleep, immune issues, or emotional trauma, adaptogenic herbs can offer a great helping hand to support you and your body during these trying times. Adaptogens produce an increase in bodily resist…
 
“I’m so grateful to be living in times like this that demand so much of me.” You know, we’ve spent a lot of time learning about plants. Have you ever stopped to wonder what we could learn from plants? Scott Kloos has. And the plants have taught him many lessons about such things as reciprocity, nurturing, and cultural evolution (just to name a few)…
 
Welcome back for the second part of our exploration of the herbal medicine chest in your cabinet! Last episode,we talked about savory culinary herbs and how they can help you & your family. In this episode, we’ll look at delicious spices that show up in our sweeter holiday fare although no herbs we’ll discuss are actually sweet. They do, however, h…
 
Did you know that there might be a whole entire medicine chest in your kitchen cupboard? As your cooking for the holidays, we’re going to look at what herbal goodness we can slip into your meals (savory) & treats (sweet, next episode!). In this episode, we’ll talk about savory culinary herbs and how they can help you & your family. Here we go to Sc…
 
How does stress impact your immune system? Have you ever been super stressed out, spread way too thin, and next thing you know, you’ve gotten sick (which certainly doesn’t help the stress!)? Well, stress and what it does to your body can really adversely affect your immune system. And right now-- post-election, pre-holidays, global pandemic-- we’re…
 
We’ve all heard that we should take echinacea for a cold, or garlic is good for you, or elderberry. All of it’s true, but have you ever wondered why or how these plants work their magic? This episode is a big shout out to Immune Stimulatants! These virus & bacteria-fighting herbs ramp up your immune system to help fight illness. They are best emplo…
 
Nicole Telke is a practicing herbalist, educator and activist. In 2009 she became a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild. Nicole has practiced, collected herbs, and taught since 2000, and has studied ecology, botany, and bioregionalism since 1995. She is also the Director and Founder of the Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine …
 
“When we draw in a breath, we share that air with all other human beings and all other life on our planet. Through respiration, our oneness with trees becomes a manifest fact, and our communion with the oceans has immediate impact. The reality of the planetary whole reveals itself, with implications for all human life, through the circulation of th…
 
Ah, elegant Elder, the shrubbery with so much to give. Elderberry syrup is certainly a hot topic these days and rightfully so! Not only is this stuff is a powerhouse when it comes to boosting your immune system and fighting off viruses, it’s delicious too. I mean, with cold and flu season plus a global pandemic, it’s refreshing to have a medicine e…
 
Have you ever seen a butterfly wrestling to leave its chrysalis? It may seem like an unnecessarily arduous task, but as it works its new, rumpled body & wings out through a small opening, fluid is pushed into the wings, giving them strength & structure once dry. Without this proper distribution, the butterfly would not be able to fly. So you see, b…
 
This episode is a conversation I had back in February (before the world went bizarro) with Madelyn Mickelberry Morris of Mickelberry Gardens. We both share a passion for plant medicine; on our separate herbal paths, our passions organically grew into our respective businesses with all the twists and turns that involves. But we stick close to source…
 
It’s September 2020. We’ve been talking a lot about back-to-school stress and how to “braintain” with the help of herbal medicine. Our immune systems are probably already a little compromised by stress and emotional fatigue of living in this upside down era; now we get to move into cold & flu season whilst still battling a pandemic virus. Indeed, a…
 
How is the whole “back to school” thing going for you? Stressful? Maybe? 2020 just doesn’t seem to let up. Are you a parent all of a sudden becoming a teacher, homeschooling your kids? Maybe while you’re still working a full-time job (or more)? Or are you a teacher trying to figure out how to do your job without being in a classroom? Or being in a …
 
Are you wondering what herbs you can use to help you and your family transition into Back-to-School mode? Whether you’re still adapting to working from home, or, you have to homeschool your kids; you’re probably wondering how in the heck you’re going to be able to manage everything. It. Is. Hard. The good news is that there are plants out there to …
 
Melissa Mutterspaugh sits down with Elise Higley, owner of Oshala Farm, a 50-acre farm in southern Oregon in its eighth season. They discuss what it means to be an herbalist and maintain integrity within your own business while providing quality product that empowers others to explore herbs for mind, body, and soul. Elise’s herbalist path began dec…
 
6 Herbs for Summer Skin Care It’s mid-August and summer is awesome, but our skin is toast! Sunburns, bug bites, cuts, scrapes, bruises; all signs of the season. In today’s episode, we’ll learn about 6 of our favorite foliage friends that can help us heal our summer skin! Calendula, my Friendula, is a magical wonder when it comes to skin issues. Thi…
 
There’s one herb that I wish everybody knew, especially you, because it’s awesome for first aid like bug bites, bee stings, cuts , scrapes, and all that, gut health, tooth infections, and even respiratory health. The herb is Plantain. No, we’re not talkin’ bananas here. We’re talking about Plantago major. A cool little plant that grows in your side…
 
Loading …

Hướng dẫn sử dụng nhanh

Google login Twitter login Classic login