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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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Plant Profile: Turmeric

This Plant Profile is longer than usual for a few reasons: One, turmeric is a polycrest herb, meaning it has multiple uses. Two, the traditional and complete uses of turmeric have largely been lost as it has gained popularity in the inflammation supplement market in the US. Lastly, much of the information available in the […]

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Cranberry Relish Recipe

November is the time of year when fresh cranberries are readily available.  This fruit, native to North America, is a member of the Heath family which connects it to our local Manzanita along with Uva Ursi and blueberry. It is also very high in antioxidants, specifically flavonoids, which makes this especially good for the Cardiovascular […]

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A Recipe for Wild Greens Pesto

Late summer in the ponderosa forest, after the monsoons have taken effect, is my favorite time for wild greens. The two primary greens found here are goosefoot and amaranth. A nutritional profile from the USDA lists these two greens, along with dandelion leaves, as the three healthiest ‘weeds’ available to us. Besides the nutrition, another […]

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How to Make Pine Resin Salve

Making Pine Resin Salve Salve made from the resin of our native pinon pine tree (Pinus edulis) has an exquisite aroma and is broadly anti-microbial when used topically. While the final product is popular these days, the processing of tree resin into a finished product is a bit different than the standard salve making process. […]

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Keep It Simple with Herbs

I think it is easy to make our herb work more complicated than it needs to be. Working with a woman recently who was feeling under the weather reminded me of this. Day 1: I was contacted in the evening by a woman who says she had many flu-like symptoms including body aches and a […]

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A Healthy Transition to Cooler Weather

Transitions are always tricky.  By their very nature, they involve change, which creates a situation where balance can be easily upset. The current transition is from the long, warm and sunny days of summer to the windier and cooler environments of autumn and winter. In TCM, Lungs are especially sensitive to the change of seasons. […]

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How to Make Sesame Salt

Sesame Salt – Gomashio Sesame salt is a nutritious and delicious addition to home cooked food. Gomashio is the Japanese term and comes from Goma (Sesame) and Shio (Salt). From a chemical-nutrition perspective, the seeds are high in many minerals, especially calcium. In the Ayurvedic tradition, sesame is nourishing and grounding and helps reduce Vata. […]

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