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Ready to devour some inspiring herbal education? We're thrilled to share our very own podcast: Herbal Radio! This community resource is a collection of curated lectures from some of our generation's most esteemed herbalists. These informational talks are from our event, the Free Herbalism Project, audio extracted from our YouTube channel, and more.
 
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As herbalism is becoming more popular, the sustainability of plants themselves needs to be a primary focus for all of us. But like all issues of environmental sustainability, it’s not just about individual decisions and habits. We must pay special attention to the activities of large corporations, because they can have much larger impacts than sing…
 
Mountain Rose Herbs sat down with Jeff Moyer, Chief Executive Officer at Rodale Institute, to discuss the link between soil health and human health. The Rodale Institute is widely acknowledged as a founder of the modern organic movement and has been a leader in regenerative organic agriculture for over 70 years. Today, Jeff walks us through what it…
 
There are so many medicinal plants! In an effort to pay some more attention to herbs that aren’t quite our favorites, we’re profiling all of the herbs we keep on the shelves in our apothecary. (Check out the podcast stream for previous episodes!) Angelica, Angelica archangelica, is an herb who thrives in extremes. Long days or nights, hot and cold …
 
Herb-infused vinegar is a fragrant and versatile formula for a myriad of purposes. Learn how to make a lavender and rosemary infused vinegar to be used for cooking, cleaning, and body care. Quick and easy herbal vinegar might soon be your new favorite herbal preparation! Click Here to watch the video of Kami and see the full recipe. Learn more abou…
 
Every herbalist has their core favorite herbs. Sometimes we lose sight of the vast array of plants we have to work with. In an effort to not neglect our less-than-favorites, we’re profiling all of the herbs on the shelves in our apothecary. (The herbs go marching two by two, hurrah hurrah!) This week our pair of herbs is two plants who are both ver…
 
Join clinical herbalist, field botanist, and nutrition educator, Shana Lipner Grover, as she brings us to Mount Pisgah Arboretum to discuss one of her favorite plants in the Berberidaceae family: Oregon grape. Shana loves Oregon grape for its bitter tannins and its affinity for liver and gut health. This wonderful western North American plant ally …
 
This week we’re continuing our review of herbs in our current apothecary, from A to Z by their botanical Latin names. We want to give all our herbs an opportunity to get in the spotlight and share their particular talents. Anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) is neither an anise nor a hyssop! Its flavor and digestion-warming actions may remind you o…
 
We love good chocolate, but we don’t always love the cost and we’d like to have a little more control about what goes into our chocolate bars. So, we’re really excited about this easy, delicious, homemade chocolate bar recipe that has just a few pure ingredients! Join Mountain Rose Herbs' own chocolate-making enthusiast, Mason, as he shows us how t…
 
Hi everyone! We’re back from a brief hiatus, and kicking off a new series on our podcast feed. We’re going to be profiling every one of the herbs on the shelves in our home apothecary. Why? Because we definitely have our favorites, herbs we work with really frequently – and these also tend to be the herbs we talk about most on the show. So we want …
 
Enjoy Lisa Ganora’s conversational storytelling as she explores the connection between our ancient organoleptic skills as mammalian creatures, and modern research in phytochemistry. We touch on herbalists’ roles as land stewards and water protectors during our climate change crisis. We laugh as Lisa demonstrates her scratch, snort, sniff, savor, an…
 
Linda Conroy dedicates her life to connecting with the green world. She is a practicing herbalist and avid forager, providing herbal education, workshops, apprenticeships, individual consultations, and small-batch herbal products. Linda asks, “What if nourishment works?” Introduced to herbalism by the vibrancy of living plants in the natural world,…
 
Doctor Ingrid Bauer, MD bridges conventional and alternative medical paradigms to expand access to holistic healthcare. Learn about her journey from farmgirl to street medic, and onwards to co-founding Five Flavors Herbs, then becoming an internal medicine physician at a community healthcare clinic in rural northern California. Enjoy Ingrid’s insig…
 
Join botanically inclined herbalists Howie Brounstein and Steven Yeager as they venture out to the meadows in the middle elevation zones of the Western Cascades. Here, you will learn about Rudbeckia occidentalis, commonly called Western Cone Flower. You may be familiar with Rudbeckia's close garden relative, Black-Eyed Susan. Rudbeckia is both a he…
 
Climate change affects everyone, and that includes the plants. Medicinal herbs and food plants growing across the world are changing, moving – and sometimes, struggling or dying – as a result of the changing climate. As herbalists, and as stewards of medicinal plants, we need to recognize these shifts and respond in ways that will help protect & su…
 
Join botanically inclined herbalists Howie Brounstein and Steven Yeager as they again venture out to the lava beds in the middle elevation zones of the Western Cascades. This time you will learn about Ceanothus velutinus, commonly called Red Root or Sticky Laurel. Ceanothus is not only a delicious pleasure tea and fragrant leaf used in hydrosols, b…
 
This is #3 in our series on herbalism & climate change! Fires are most devastating where they occur, but the smoke and particulates they release into the air affects vast areas of space. So it’s good for all of us to be aware of the problem and have practical solutions to protect ourselves. In addition to practical DIY methods for improving air qua…
 
Enjoy a rich conversation on approaching western herbs from East Asian medicine perspectives, using botanical analogues in commerce as substitutes for popular at- risk wild plants, sustainable and accessible herbalism, and the adventurous twists and turns of a botanically- inspired life. Enjoy a special song at the end from the multi- talented Benj…
 
This week we continue our series on herbalism & climate change. Flooding causes great devastation, and it also brings many risks. Foremost among these are isues of pathogenic load: mold, bacteria, and other pathogens spread through flood waters. Minor wounds can easily get infected, breathing in the spores of mold can make one sick, and it’s diffic…
 
Today's episode is a recording of Althea Northage-Orr's keynote speech at the 2019 Great Lakes Herb Faire. This year, they are hosting a virtual conference with an amazing lineup of presenters! Be sure to check them out at GreatLakesHerbFaire.org. Great Lakes Herb Faire September 10 - 12, 2021 LEARN MORE KEYNOTE DESCRIPTION Althea will talk about t…
 
This episode begins a series on herbalism & climate change. Heatwaves have struck the US and many places throughout the world, and all signs indicate this is going to be our “new normal”. Climate change affects everyone and requires us to recognize our interdependence. We need to cultivate community care as a social ethic & public good before and u…
 
In today's episode of Meet the Herbalist with Bevin Clare, we’re joined by the one and only jim mcdonald. Let's listen in to find out what he's been up to lately, a little bit of his backstory, stories of being a teacher, his advice to aspiring herbalists and much more! This is such a fun episode, we hope you enjoy! In 1996, jim mcdonald's life cha…
 
Recently it seems like there’s been a proliferation of hop-flavored beverages on the market. Not just beer, but also sodas, fizzy waters, and other gently bitter elixirs are competing for attention with kombucha and fancy herbal infusions. This seems like a good thing to us – more people getting some bitters in their lives couldn’t hurt! But it als…
 
Join botanically inclined herbalists Howie Brounstein and Steven Yeager as they venture out to the meadows in the middle elevation zones of the Western Cascades. Here, you will learn about Castilleja, commonly called Paintbrush. In Oregon, we happen to be in the center of biodiversity for Paintbrush, meaning that we are lucky to have many varieties…
 
Jiling discusses spices and health, accessibility in herbalism, and supporting the viability of herbalism as a career path with herbalist and world traveler Bevin Clare. Bevin is a professor at the Maryland University of Integrative Health and the program director of the MS in Clinical Herbal Medicine program. She holds a MSc in Infectious Disease …
 
Ryn’s got a toothache this week, so this seems like a great time to teach about herbs for toothaches! When your tooth hurts, you want to relieve the pain, and you want to make sure you prevent or manage any infection. Fortunately, herbs are great at both of these jobs! Spilanthes & kava are great for relieving pain. Spilanthes also increases locali…
 
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