Best Herbalmedicine podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Discover the tradition and science of plant-based medicine to help you live stronger, smarter, and maximize your genetic potential. www.BotanicalBiohacking.com
 
Natasha Richardson is a Herbalist, in this podcast she interviews a different herbalist about a specific medicinal plant. Each month she concentrates on a single herb and looks at it in-depth. This podcast accompanies her home-study course also called Listen.
 
Oriental medicine was not developed in a laboratory. It does not advance through double-blind controlled studies, nor does it respond well to petri dish experimentation. Our medicine did not come from the statistical regression of randomized cohorts, but from the observation and treatment of individuals in their particular environment. It grows out of an embodied sense of understanding how life moves, unfolds, develops and declines.Medicine comes from continuous, thoughtful practice of what ...
 
It Can't Be that Friggin Hard is a podcast that is all about finding simple solutions to your health problems. Qualified Naturopath Ashleigh Mythen gives tangible action steps to better health in a fun and easy to digest way, by sharing real stories from passionate practitioners to the people who have been there, done that and have gotten that bloody t'shirt - helping you get fit and fabulous in no time!
 
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The Plant Path
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The Plant Path is a window into the world of the herbal medicine. With perspectives gleaned from traditional western herbalism, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Alchemy, Medical Astrology, and traditional cultures from around the world, The Plant Path provides unique insights, skills and strategies for the practice of true holistic herbalism. From clinical to spiritual perspectives, we don't just focus on what herbs are "good for," but rather who they are as intelligent beings, and how we can wor ...
 
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Plant Love Radio
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Plant Love Radio is a collection of interviews with some of the best and most renowned herbalists. Here, they share favorite lessons and resources for living happier, ​balanced and more resilient lives ​with the help of herbal medicine and plants, in general.
 
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We all know that Tech is part of a modern practice. And regardless of whether we love it, or hate it, it plays a central role in our day to day operations, marketing and communications. Just like our patients find the language of Chinese medicine to be confusing. Many practitioners find the language and work flow around technology to be foreign ...…
 
This is part 2 of my interview with Amina Eastham-hillier who has over 15 years of Naturopathic practice. Amina has successfully treated chronic illnesses and complex cases such as Lyme Disease. PART 2 + Amina shares her treatment protocol for Acute to Chronic Lyme Disease + Some of Amina's favourite herbs when treating Lyme Disease + Amina exp ...…
 
Today I have Amina Eastham-hillier who has over 15 years of Naturopathic practice as well as 25 years of Nutritional practice. She owns a successful multi-modality clinic in Noosa comprising of 18 practitioners. Amina has successfully treated chronic illnesses and complex cases such as Lyme Disease. She is a Keynote speaker presenting to medica ...…
 
This simple breathing exercise will help you align, power up, and have a beautiful day.
 
We can approach the business and financial aspects of our practices a distasteful task that we’d prefer to delegate to someone else. Or we can take it as the opportunity it is to work through our shadow material around the issues of money, power, authority and integrity. In this conversation we explore how wealth allows us to interact more full ...…
 
Last year for the first anniversary of Qiological I invited a listener of the podcast to join me for a conversation, this year I did the same. Part of the reason is that I love hearing from listeners of the show. And the other part is that we all have something to share with each other, and I especially love talking to practitioners that you mi ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to today's episode of Ask Ash! Today's question comes from a poll I did on the 'It can't be that friggin hard' community facebook page 3 things you'll discover in this week's episodes are: + Why we crave sugar even though it's bad for us + How to identify things that contain sugar + Foods and nutrients that help with ...…
 
In Sichuan I would go to a special clinic whenever I had a cold and this special mixture fixed restored me right away. They also used it to treat chronic pain and had many patients who swore by this formula. Then as I was about to return to the US, the owner let me in on his secret recipe.
 
I started this episode thinking we would be talking about lions, tigers and bears. But we ended up with glial cells, learning and neuroplasticity. Just like in clinic there are often surprising things that show up, and so too it is podcast conversations. In this conversation we start with veterinarian acupuncture. But then take a hard right and ...…
 
Hello everyone! Today I have the lovely Stephanie Robertson on the show. Steph is a holistic skincare specialist whose passion has led her to be continuously studying the mind-gut-skin connections, with training from nutrition, reiki masters & organic skincare founders. After years of treating skin, she has found the best approach to optimal sk ...…
 
This tinging, pain soothing, mold killing spice has been treasured for over 4,000 years.
 
The revolution begins at the hearth and in the kitchen through reclaiming ancestral healing arts & making medicine together to take care of our families and communities. In this episode, herbalist Kami McBride shares how we can participate in reviving and inspiring an Earth-based culture that lives in reciprocity & sustainability. Kami shares " ...…
 
The revolution begins at the hearth and in the kitchen through reclaiming ancestral healing arts & making medicine together to take care of our families and communities. In this episode, herbalist Kami McBride shares how we can participate in reviving and inspiring an Earth-based culture that lives in reciprocity & sustainability. Kami shares " ...…
 
Medicine is an unending study. A process of learning, sifting what helps from what doesn’t, and recognizing that we often are students of the unknown. In this conversation we explore healing, sacrifice, the importance of learning a tradition and finding a mentor. Head on over to the show notes page for more information about this episode and fo ...…
 
There is more to growing herbs than understanding plants. There are the considerations of soil, economic environment, weather patterns, cultural and market forces, and the kind of eye and vision that can see the interactions of these forces not just over seasons, but years or decades. In this conversation we explore the cultivation of Chinese h ...…
 
PART 3 + What interests Emily in particular about the psychology behind people who go above and beyond the standards of rightness + Emily talks more on her studies and the morally exceptional individuals and why she chose to study it + What Emily classify as going "above and beyond" + What similar characteristics Emily has noticed through her s ...…
 
Some of the things you'll discover in this week's three-part episode are: PART 2 + How we can analyse and decide what is "doing good" or effective altruism without being overwhelmed by every decision that your making and what impact it's having on the entire community + How Em deals with this huge influx of information + Em shares her core unde ...…
 
Hello Everyone and welcome! Today I have Emily Grundy on the show today for this special 3-part series on Effective Altruism. After completing a Bachelor of Psychological Science at Deakin University, Emily is now undertaking Honours in Psychology at Melbourne University. Her research involves looking at morally exceptional individuals – those ...…
 
Mushrooms are a curiosity. Neither plant, nor animal, they are stuff of fairy tales and dreams. They hint at something dangerous. They could be delicious, or they could kill you. They sprout up unexpectedly and then quickly melt away. Their underground mycelial networks make them some of nature’s largest collective organisms. Yet their fruiting ...…
 
We rely on the skills of experts. The car mechanic, plumber, web designer, business coach. We want to trust the people that are in the position where our lack of knowledge leaves us vulnerable. We’d like for them to have our best interests in mind, and we also know from experience that we question the car mechanic’s assessment when they find mo ...…
 
Some of the things you'll discover in this week's two-part episode are: PART 2 + Whether the withdrawal method actually work and how to use the withdrawal method correctly and safely + Some of the most common myths surrounding the menstrual cycle + Lisa talks about whether men should be 100% responsible for preventing pregnancy + Lisa gives us ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to today's show! Today I have Lisa Hendrickson-Jack with me on the show. Lisa is a certified Fertility Awareness Educator and Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner who teachers women to chart their menstrual cycles for natural birth control, conception and monitoring overall health. In her new book "The Fifth Vita ...…
 
Business is one of those aspects of practice that many new practitioners approach with a not small amount of fear and loathing. Business is often viewed as something bothersome and takes away from focusing on our practice. But the truth is, just like there is a false dichotomy between mind and body, the idea that business is somehow separate fr ...…
 
The experience of trauma is as much a part of life as is falling in love, having family disagreements, and wondering how we fit in this life. And while we tend to focus on the problems that have their roots in traumatic experiences, it is also possible that we can become more resilient and anti-fragile by moving through traumic experiences in a ...…
 
This week I'm ecstatic to introduce to you my interview with Elise Carr, I invited Elise on the show after attending her "living a tantric life" workshop at the Superbloom festival in April. She had such a beautiful presence and passion for her work that I knew I had to get her on the show to talk more about this fascinating subject. Elise comb ...…
 
Hello and welcome everyone! Today I have the lovely Elise Carr on the show. Elise combines The Ancient Wisdom of Raja yoga, Tantra & the Esoteric to light your way - be that in 1:1 session globally, workshops, talks & events. The blending of what she offers you is "Like Psychology for the Soul" in a modern world - honouring your physical, emoti ...…
 
In 1347 Chinese physician Zhu Dan Xi described the pathogenesis of Bipolar disorder as originating from mucus accumulation in his book "Heart Method". Modern research on gasotransmitters and the mucosal biofilm seems to support his theory. Can his botanical formula help those suffering from bipolar disorder today?…
 
What we tell ourselves might be more powerful than our actual experiences. Not only that, our thoughts shape our bodies. Practitioners of East Asian medicine have hard-won, clinically derived tools for conceptualizing how biography affects physiology. Importantly, this is not limited to counseling our patients. Instead, through palpation and ot ...…
 
When I was a kid it was easy to smell a snow storm coming, or to be able to feel how the wind shifted and the light in the sky meant that you’d better take cover as a thunderstorm was maybe, if you were lucky, 20 minutes away. Us humans have the ability to sense deeply. And if you don’t’ think that’s true, reflect on the last time you knew ther ...…
 
Plastic permeates our food, water, and air making us fat, infertile, and susceptible to hidden pathogens. This is producing strange disease patterns that leave many clinicians at a loss for answers. If we are to protect ourselves then we must learn to adapt to these increasing environmental pressures.…
 
During today's episode I explain the reasons for narrowing down my future focus on plants and herbal medicine as I rebrand this podcast as Plant Love Radio. Show Notes: https://wellnessinsidernetwork.com/79By Lana Camiel.
 
When you come right down to it… the practice of Chinese medicine is a kind of applied natural science. What makes for an effective natural scientist? Mostly an abiding sense of curiosity. A willingness to have yourself proven wrong. The capacity for a kind of encouraging delight that emerges from following a thread of inquiry. And the fortitude ...…
 
This is part 2 of a podcast interview I have with Tegan Wallis all about her speciality and passion Ayurvedic Medicine. IN THIS PART OF THE EPISODE SOME OF THE THINGS YOU'LL LEARN: PART 2 + Tegan talks about her detox experience in India that got her so passionate about Ayurvedic and had 'changed her life' + The importance of doing a yearly cle ...…
 
Hello and welcome to today's show! Today I have the lovely Tegan Wallis who is a qualified holistic health practitioner (BHsc Nat, Dip Ayu, RYT) and Public Health Educator. She specialises in Ayurvedic Medicine, Naturopathy, Holistic Nutrition, Herbal Medicine and Yoga. Tegan's work combines ancient consciousness-based medicine with the fruits ...…
 
Lyme disease causes far more than pain and fatigue, it can also lead to adhesions and reduce joint mobility. Discover how Fabrice Piche and Dr. Clayton Shiu worked to improve mobility with a patient suffering from chronic Lyme disease.
 
Fake it till you make it is not a helpful strategy for acquiring confidence. Any halfway competent human being can sniff out inauthenticity. We can only work at, and improve from, our genuine growing edge of ability and skill. Cultivating confidence requires time and experience, generous amounts of both failure and success, and a kind of dogged ...…
 
“Mind-body skills should be a required training for all health professionals.” Dr. Kathi Kemper, MD During today's episode I speak with a true leader in the area of integrative medicine in this country, Dr. Kathi Kemper. I was fortunate to meet and collaborate with Dr. Kemper as a new faculty. At the time, she recently moved to the North East t ...…
 
Some learning is more transmitted than taught. Observation, touch, the kind of connection that does not rely upon words. We love to make sense, especially to ourselves. But the theories in our heads, the maps of thought that can point the way, but are not the way; these can lull us into a feeling we understand when in fact our understanding is ...…
 
Today I have Jad Patrick on the show! Jad gained his Bachelor of Health Science Degree in Naturopathy from the Southern School of Natural Therapies in 2005 and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling at the Australian College of Applied Psychology in 2013. Jad utilises his counselling skills to empower people to look after their own he ...…
 
Today I have Jad Patrick on the show! Jad gained his Bachelor of Health Science Degree in Naturopathy from the Southern School of Natural Therapies in 2005 and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling at the Australian College of Applied Psychology in 2013. Jad utilises his counselling skills to empower people to look after their own he ...…
 
Gegen, (radix pueraria) is an important herb in Chinese medicine. Here we discuss the folktale, pharmacology, clinical use and why we included it in our most popular formula "Microgard Plus".
 
Chinese medicine is fractal nature. We can take the broad principles outlined in the Yi Jing, Five Phases or Six Jing and watch as they help us to tune in the particular level of life in which we are embedded or observing. Be it the resonance from tendon, to Liver, to Spring to the arising energy of the East. Or the way Taiyang cold balances Sh ...…
 
Our lives unfold in space-time. It’s the water in which we swim and so like fish, it is difficult to know the influence of the matrix within which we live our days and experiences our lives. The Chinese ba zi, the eight characters, is a system based on the heavenly stems and branches that can help us to orient to the influences that shape us an ...…
 
Where does Biohacking come from? Silicon valley entrepreneurs didn't invent it in the last decade. Its actually thousands of years old and many of the coolest "new" ideas are in fact very old and based on East Asian methods of nourishing life (Yang sheng). We go strait to the source by looking at the life of Pengzu, the Grandfather of biohackin ...…
 
In this special episode of The Plant Path, I got a chance to interview a fellow PNW herbalist, Scott Kloos, founder of Cascadia Folk Medicine, The School of Forest Medicine and author of Pacific Northwest Medicinal Plants: Identify, Harvest, and Use 120 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness. This was a really fun conversation, as Scott and I discu ...…
 
In this special episode of The Plant Path, I got a chance to interview a fellow PNW herbalist, Scott Kloos, founder of Cascadia Folk Medicine, The School of Forest Medicine and author of Pacific Northwest Medicinal Plants: Identify, Harvest, and Use 120 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness. This was a really fun conversation, as Scott and I discu ...…
 
Eucommia ulmoides known in Chinese as Du Zhong 杜仲. It is a powerful herb said to help with back pain and is even used to guide the effects of other herbs directly to the lower back. To find out more we traveled to Sichuan province to see it growing wild. Join us as we explore the traditional folktales and pharmacology of this powerful plant.…
 
Books on herbal medicine go way back, back into the misty time of myth and story. We have Shen Nong with his peculiar ability to taste and feel the influences of plants. We have the foundational writings of astute practitioners like Zhang Zhong Jing, Li Shi Zhen and Ye Tian Shi. And then there are the thousands of years of regular doctors like ...…
 
"I like to call certain things 'medicinal foods' to highlight their high concentrations of beneficial phytochemicals. Most fruit and vegetables are collections of hundreds of biologically active phytochemicals contributing to health maintenance." ​Lisa Ganora In today's episode you'll meet Lisa Ganora. Lisa is an herbalist, and an expert on phy ...…
 
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