Which Ginseng Should I Take?

When I began to study herbs, my first class discussed the difference between the many ginsengs. It was information overload…

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7 Beginner Herbalist Gifts Ideas

The holidays will be here before you know it, and soon you’ll be looking for the perfect gifts for friends…

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Plant Labels – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Sam Webb Normally I don’t use plant labels, unless it’s the label that came with the plant when I bought it. …

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3 New Goods Shop Products You’re Going To Love

We are always busily creating new offerings behind the scenes here at the Herbal Academy, and today, we are so…

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Roselle Hibiscus– An Herb with Many Names – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Maryann Readal With its bright red calyces, green leaves, and okra-like flowers, Hibiscus sabdariffa, also known as red zinger,…

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Emily Martin, November 2019 – East West School of Planetary Herbology

My name is Emily Martin. I’m originally from the small town of Jena, Louisiana but currently live in Alabama. After…

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Fat Hen – Its Food, Medicine and Other Uses

Fat hen has been used in food and medicine since ancient times. It was among the commonest wild ‘spinach’, and…

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6 Ways You Can Use This Traditional Herb

Truly an age-old herb, horehound (Marrubium vulgare) was a staple in ancient Egyptian medicine and traditional Greek medicine for a…

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The History, Mythology, and Offerings of Hawthorn

With the arrival of fall, I am excited for the hawthorn trees to begin ripening their fruits to crimson, soon…

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