Best Ethnobotany podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Welcome to Sister Sage Herbs Podcast. We will be discussing all things plant medicine with a focus on ethnobotany. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
Learn about the botanical world one plant at a time. The Plant Report is a new educational resource about plants, herbal medicine, ethnobotany and the human/plant relationship. The Plant Report is a project of Sustainable World Radio.
 
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Everyday Herbals
Monthly+
 
Everyday Herbals is your one stop shop for everything herbal! Whether you're a practicing herbalist, beginning herbalist or just fascinated by plants this show has something for you. Join me as I interview the most knowledgable and inspiring herbalists and natural doctors around to learn their secrets for health. Topics include herbal medicine, botany, phytochemistry, homeopathy, ethnobotany, and nutrition.
 
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Expanding Mind
Weekly
 
Progressiveradionetwork.com presents Expanding Mind with Erik Davis. He explores the culture of consciousness: magic, spirituality, psychology, technology.
 
The #1 Radio Station for Progressive Minds!
 
An audio journey through the wonderful wild world of plants. Episodes cover modern and ancient ways wild plants have been used in human culture as food, medicine and utilitarian uses.
 
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H20 Network
Rare
 
H2O seeks to explore and engage in truthful dialogue regarding human life emotionally, and spiritually.In today’s connected world experience, access to information is almost limitless. Let us share our insight, broaden the spectrum of understanding so that we can move forward enlightened, hopeful and willing to participate in all human affairs.
 
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Writer and avant-garde publisher Tosh Berman discusses growing up in postwar California, hipster sexism, the hippie horrors of Topanga canyon, his impressions of family friends like Cameron and Brian Jones, and his charming new memoir Tosh, about growing up with his father, the remarkable underground California artist Wallace Berman. Download H ...…
 
Writer and avant-garde publisher Tosh Berman discusses growing up in postwar California, hipster sexism, the hippie horrors of Topanga canyon, his impressions of family friends like Cameron and Brian Jones, and his charming new memoir Tosh, about growing up with his father, the remarkable underground California artist Wallace Berman.…
 
Writer and Ultraculture wizard Jason Louv talks about occult history, reality tunnels, his John Dee and the Empire of Angels book, Aleister Crowley’s secret Christianity, and the apocalyptic RPG the West can’t seem to escape. Download Here The post Expanding Mind – Daimonic Conversations appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.…
 
Writer and Ultraculture wizard Jason Louv talks about occult history, reality tunnels, his John Dee and the Empire of Angels book, Aleister Crowley’s secret Christianity, and the apocalyptic RPG the West can’t seem to escape.
 
Culture-crafter and plant poet Delvin Solkinson discusses permaculture principles, OS Gaia, cartomancy, visionary art, design activation, and the Galactic Trading Card Oracle. Download Here The post Expanding Mind – Visionary Permaculture appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.By Jason.
 
Culture-crafter and plant poet Delvin Solkinson discusses permaculture principles, OS Gaia, cartomancy, visionary art, design activation, and the Galactic Trading Card Oracle.
 
Professor and queer historian Heather Lukes talks about Silver Lake riots, gay bikers, house ball scenes, the nostalgia for repression, and the joys and challenges of working on the online archive “The Grit and Glamour of Queer LA Subculture.” Download Here The post Expanding Mind – Queer LA appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.…
 
Professor and queer historian Heather Lukes talks about Silver Lake riots, gay bikers, house ball scenes, the nostalgia for repression, and the joys and challenges of working on the online archive "The Grit and Glamour of Queer LA Subculture."
 
Author and media scholar Douglas Rushkoff talks about collaborative technologies, silicon transhumanism, analog aura, the problem of the soul, and his new and timely manifesto Team Human. Join the team! Download Here The post Expanding Mind – Find the Others appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.…
 
Author and media scholar Douglas Rushkoff talks about collaborative technologies, silicon transhumanism, analog aura, the problem of the soul, and his new and timely manifesto Team Human. Join the team!
 
Today we talk about Tulsi Basil, Calendula and Lavender. Three herbs and three ways to use herbs; drinking as a tea, eating, and topical application. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
In the first of his regular solo shows, host Erik Davis explores his personal history of “meditation”—including teenage stoner trances, voices in the head, and Zen anti-authoritarianism—with particular attention paid to the role of concentration practices in producing blissful and occasionally visionary states. Download Here The post Expanding ...…
 
In the first of his regular solo shows, host Erik Davis explores his personal history of “meditation"—including teenage stoner trances, voices in the head, and Zen anti-authoritarianism—with particular attention paid to the role of concentration practices in producing blissful and occasionally visionary states.…
 
Today were talking about different herbs to support light to moderate depression and seasonal affective disorder. (Especially for Pacific Northwest) Herbs include: lemonbalm, st. johns wort, clover, skull cap. We reference the book: Herbal Therapy & Supplements A Scientific & Traditional Approach by Merrily A. Kuhn & David Winston. Medical disc ...…
 
Religious scholar Diana Pasulka talks about anomalous cognition, 2001 monoliths, disclosure, future truths, absurd Christianity, and her book American Cosmic (Oxford). Download Here The post Expanding Mind – American Cosmic, Part 2 appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.By Jason.
 
Religious scholar Diana Pasulka talks about anomalous cognition, 2001 monoliths, disclosure, future truths, absurd Christianity, and her book American Cosmic (Oxford).
 
A talk with religious scholar Diana Pasulka about UFOs, scientific believers, book encounters, elite cabals, studying weirdness, and her new book American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology (Oxford). Download Here The post Expanding Mind – American Cosmic, Part One appeared first on Progressive Radio Network.…
 
A talk with religious scholar Diana Pasulka about UFOs, scientific believers, book encounters, elite cabals, studying weirdness, and her new book American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology (Oxford).
 
We wish you a happy healthy new year! We're talking about an herb that indigenous people used for millennia. Black Cohosh was used mostly for women's health and especially around childbirth pms type symptoms, fibromyalgia and menopause. It's on the UPs endangered list, so purchase responsibly & thoughtfully! Become a supporter of this podcast:h ...…
 
Author and plant behavior researcher Monica Gagliano talks about courage, scientific blindness, plant spirits, cannonball trees, cosmic glitches, and her fascinating new book Thus Spoke the Plant: A Remarkable Journey of Groundbreaking Scientific Discoveries & Personal Encounters with Plants (North Atlantic). Download Here The post Expanding Mi ...…
 
Author and plant behavior researcher Monica Gagliano talks about courage, scientific blindness, plant spirits, cannonball trees, cosmic glitches, and her fascinating new book Thus Spoke the Plant: A Remarkable Journey of Groundbreaking Scientific Discoveries & Personal Encounters with Plants (North Atlantic).…
 
We want to share our products with folks in every state. This is the last state we need to complete our goal! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
Culture critic Mark Dery talks about Surrealism, the gay voice, penny dreadfuls, and the occult and Taoist influences examined in his fascinating new biography of Edward Gorey, Born to Be Posthumous: The Eccentric Life and Mysterious Genius of Edward Gorey (Little Brown). Download Here The post Expanding Mind – The Gorey Details appeared first ...…
 
Culture critic Mark Dery talks about Surrealism, the gay voice, penny dreadfuls, and the occult and Taoist influences examined in his fascinating new biography of Edward Gorey, Born to Be Posthumous: The Eccentric Life and Mysterious Genius of Edward Gorey (Little Brown).
 
We are talking about what goes on in the "off season" at the farm and warehouse. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
Martial artist and psilocybin explorer Kilindi Iyi talks about African martial arts, high dose psilocybin work, African-American psychedelia, Dr. Strange, and the metaphysics of darkness.
 
Sister Sage Herbs is partnering with PCC Markets! We are documenting our process right here.... Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
Canadian cultural observer Peter Limberg talks about Stoicism, philosophical sandboxes, the Intellectual Explorers Club, making uncertainty sexy, and navigating the conflicts between today's memetic tribes.
 
An interview with Miles Irving, author of the Forager Handbook and creator of The Wildbox, on why we must include humans in our conservation models in order to look after wild spaces. Why foraging is sustainable. How foraging can help feed an ever growing population, and how we can restore our vital connection to Land.…
 
Nurse practitioner and psychedelic therapist Julie Megler talks about integration circles, hierarchy vs. community, ketamine therapy, somatic work, and the philosophy behind her new East Bay clinic Sage Integrative Health.
 
Lukasz Luczaj presents Kew’s 19th Annual Distinguished Ethnobotanist Lecture.
 
Poet, journalist, and professor Nicholas Powers talks about festival politics, race and psychedelia, dreads, tokenism, and his book The Ground Below Zero: 9/11 to Burning Man, New Orleans to Darfur, Haiti to Occupy Wall Street (UpSet Press).
 
Big news! Sister Sage Herbs products will be in all PCC Markets. Wow! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
A poisonous plant in one culture can be a food plant in another. In this rare interview, one of Europe’s leading ethnobotanists, Łukasz Łuczaj shares his passion for wild food plants. Prolific in his research, Łukasz reveals some surprising facts about what is considered ‘food’.
 
Bay Area conceptual artist Lindsay Tunkl talks about confronting death, therapy as art, pre-apocalypse counseling, humor, and her book When You Die You Will Not Be Scared to Die (Parallax Press).
 
We are reviewing Stephen Buhner's books called: Herbal Anti Virals & Herbal Antibiotics. Also, Adaptogens by David Winston and Steven Maimes, Herbal Therapy & Supplements by Mary A. Khun and David Winston Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
Occultist and Aleister Crowley biographer Richard Kaczynski talks about Jack Parsons, the "method of science,” the Agape Lodge, the women of Thelema, and the pluses and minuses of the Strange Angel TV series.
 
In this episode we are talking about Ventures Non-Profit. Ventures has mentored Jayne for ten years helping build her business. We thought this podcast would be helpful for other folks looking to build their dream business. Thanks Ventures! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support…
 
The Gurdjieffean teacher and DuVersity director Anthony Blake talks about dialogue, synergy, mind between brains, the trouble with teachers, and the gymnasium of beliefs in higher intelligence.
 
Today we are discussing all things Parsley. This herb has been used for centuries dating back to ancient Greece, now found everywhere. You know know it, so don't leave that garnish on your plate. It is great for you! Find out more in this episode... Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support…
 
Hilltown Organics are revolutionising how we farm. Incorporating wild edible plants into their polyculture farming systems, they grow high-nutrient food plants that are sold at farmer’s markets. According to soil scientists, their revolutionary farming practices have produced some of the richest soil found anywhere in the UK.…
 
In part two of our conversation, author and blogger Eric Wargo talks about dreams, self-fulfilling prophecies, unconscious trauma, the banality of true spirituality, and his book Time Loops: Precognition, Retrocausation, and the Unconscious.
 
We are discussing cannabinoid receptors, CB1, CB2, THC, CBD bioactive compounds. Join us! I was mistaken, there are a few strains with CBD of close to 20% and THC of less than 5% now! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
Jayne is explaining if THC and CBD can show up in a drug test from using a topical like a balm, oil, or salve. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
This episode we are talking about The Gingko tree. Dating back 200 million years old this tree was used for thousands of years in China and later Europe. We are discussing its uses in medicine including improving blood flow to the brain. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support…
 
In part one of our conversation, author, blogger, and dreamer Eric Wargo talks about uncertainty, determinism, Zen, the evidence for “feeling the future," and his brilliant and head-spinning book Time Loops: Precognition, Retrocausation, and the Unconscious.
 
We are hiking for Arnica today with special guest Michael Robb also known as Cool Ranch. Lots of laughs! Listen in... Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
The hawthorn tree can be found all over the world, and has been used for generations for a heart tonic. It is also great for anxiety, agitation, calms the nervous system, and can help with insomnia. And much more! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
The hawthorn tree can be found all over the world, and has been used for generations for a heart tonic. It is also great for anxiety, agitation, calms the nervous system, and can help with insomnia. And much more! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
We are finally talking about our own product in this tiny episode. Dream On is made with valerian, oats, and catnip. Great for better sleep! Find out more. Right here dear listener... Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/jayne-simmons/support
 
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