Today, we talked about percolation extraction and experimenting with the techniques from The Modern Herbal Dispensatory: A Medicine-Making Guide by Thomas Easley.
Bugs aren't the only creatures that notice linalool. This monterpene is a broad spectrum antimicrobial. Both Gram positive and Gram naegative bacteria are repelled by linalool.
Best audience for The Modern Herbal Dispensatory: Candace said: I loved the Eclectic approach to herbalism. It integrates many thought processes and modalities. In The Modern Herbal Dispensatory, Thomas Easley gives us a wonderful look at how the Eclectic herbalist makes…
Today, we're talking with Author and Clinical Herbalist Thomas Easley about his best-seller, his school, and his path into herbalism.
That’s the way of lavender. She sets a lovely example, growing neat and tidy as she does. She lines up her blossoms to make the work of pollination easy for her bee friends. She uses surprisingly little water while offering up surprisingly lots of medicine in the form of essential oils that evaporate into the air, scenting her surroundings, and a peaceful, self-assured energy that welcomes one and all to relax.
I had dealt with anxiety before with patients and learned to keep a little bottle of lavender essential oil in my pocket. I opened the bottle and put a few drops on my wrists, then placed my hand on Gordon's shoulder to steady him. Gordon blinked.