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Hypericum perforatum – St John’s Wort Monograph

Monograph of St. John’s Wort – Hypericum perforatum Caitlin Stoner, a recent graduate of the “Foundations of Herbal Medicine” course, chose this multi-use therapeutic herb for her final research project. I am very happy to share her expertise on our school’s website. Click the link below to read her work. Hypericum – St. Johns Wort […]

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9 Month “Foundations of Herbal Medicine” Course for 2018

Many people begin using herbs in small steps – something for sleep, a cold or maybe a headache. As one continues on the herbal path of independent study, information is pulled from many sources. After a few or several years, this person begins to identify as an herbalist and continues to increase both the learning […]

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Colorado Plateau Herbal Intensive 2018

The “Colorado Plateau Herbal Intensive” is a multi-day program designed to introduce people to the medicinal and edible plants of the southwest flora. This program is traditionally offered in late summer, when the wildflowers are at their peak bloom and the land is offering its bounty of food and medicine. The elevation range covered is […]

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Apiaceae for Herbalists

The common names for the Apiaceae family are either the carrot or parsley family. The old family name was Umbelliferae; some books still show this and occasionally botanists still use this older name out of habit. This is an *extremely* important family to know. One reason is that it has abundant herbs, spices and foods. […]

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Botanical Prints: Part I

I am especially fond of the old time hand drawn and colored plant illustrations that were common before the age of “immediate posting of photos on social media” became the norm. Don’t get me wrong… I am a huge fan of photography and love sharing my own plant images on the web. But there is […]

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Plant Profile: Sow Thistle

Botany: Sonchus oleraceus (Compositae) Other names for this family are Aster, Sunflower and its former name, Asteraceae An annual, the flowers closely resemble dandelions. Common Names: Sow Thistle Southwest Habitat: I see this mostly in the 3,000’ – 5,000’ range. It is common in the Verde Valley and around Sedona. As it likes disturbed soil, […]

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Final Project Research Plant: Goldenseal

 I am pleased to share a final project research paper from a recent graduate of the 9 month “Foundations of Herbal Medicine”  program. This student has chosen to remain anonymous but would like to publicly share the project. Goldenseal – Hydrastis canadensis Prepared by … Foundations of Herbal Medicine The Forager’s Path School of Botanical […]

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