Herbal Tonics 101 – Herbal Academy

Herbal tonics, while seemingly simple on the surface, are a more nuanced topic than just “herbs for what ails you!”. …

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Plants Go To War – A Book Review – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Maryann Readal To quote author Judith Sumner in the preface to her new book, Plants Go to War: A…

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4 Common Types of Tea To Know And Use

I can’t recall the exact moment when I first began to enjoy tea. However, I do know that even as…

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Texas Tough Herbs – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Jen Munson, Education Chair Texas is so large that growing zones can vary from one part of the state…

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How To Make Your Own Herbal Suppositories – Herbal Academy

When things start to feel out-of-balance “down there,” it’s easy to feel embarrassed or concerned. With symptoms such as vaginal…

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History and Lore – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Pat Greathead Raspberry, Rubus spp., is the International Herb Association’s Herb of the YearTM for 2020 and The Herb…

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Staying Healthy This Winter – East West School of Planetary Herbology

Whether you live in balmy, tropical Hawaii, or sub-zero, frosty Minnesota, the energy of winter is the same: storage. At…

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6 Tips For Creating An Herbal Routine – Herbal Academy

Whether from the standpoint of client or practitioner, you may have experienced the phenomenon that knowing what to do is…

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Sarah Ford, January 2020 – East West School of Planetary Herbology

I am Sarah Ford Thompson.  I began my love affair with plants and plant medicines as a young child.  I…

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Holiday Herb Words Unscrambled – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Pat Greathead Did you get all of the herbs correct in the Holiday Herbs Word Scramble posted on Christmas…

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