Author Archive

  1. Farm to Yoga (+ Herbs!) Event

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    August 25, 2014 by herbstalk

    We recently connected with the good folks at the Farm To Yoga community, whose mission of connecting city people with …
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  2. Make Room for Mason Jars

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    July 28, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Henry Kesner The dandelion (as I covered in my last post) has become a common friend of our kitchen. …
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  3. Local Summer Herb Classes

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    July 7, 2014 by herbstalk

    Summer is one of the best times to keep learning about herbs since everything is blooming and flourishing. So get …
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  4. Food Under Foot: Fiddleheads

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    July 4, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Jennie Oceane Edgar Spring brings lovely scented flowers, lime green leaves, and the seasonal migration of birds that left …
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  5. Greater Than the Sum of its Parts

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    June 17, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Nancy Anderson One of the fundamental components of herbal medicine is in the application of a holistic view and, …
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  6. Lavender on the Outside

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    June 2, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Vincent Frano Lavender is one of the best loved and most well known herbs around. As a common addition …
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  7. The Weaving of Spirit & Wellness Through Our Connection With Plants

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    May 30, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Jenn Falk “The entire Universe is concentrated in the garden. The garden allows us to become one with nature. …
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  8. Momordica charantia: The melon that bites back

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    May 28, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Nathaniel Putnam I recently had the joy of attending a conference called Medicines from the Edge down in Costa …
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  9. Healing Through Story

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    May 23, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Cathleen Miller. When I sit with a client for the first time, I spend a lot of that session …
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  10. Where the Dandelions Roam

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    May 21, 2014 by herbstalk

    by Henry Kesner I have not been able to look at a Dandelion the same way since 2010. It was …
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