Today, we are talking with spudgerasist and mycologist, Jason Scott, owner and operator of Feral Fungi and the curator of AlcheMycology about using the Doctrine of Signatures to work with plants and mushrooms.
Lobelia inflata has many uses. It has been used to address respiratory disorders, peripheral vascular disorders and insomnia along with the standard use for smoking cessation.
Sue and Candace work with the guidance that herbalist Christina Sanchez gave them in podcast show 142 to incorporate ethically harvested desert herbs into their lives. In Herbalism 101, we answer a question about safety of taking echinacea every day.
Herbal Nerd Society Exclusive Article There are many species of Lobelia, in the neighborhood of 300, to be more precise. Herbalists, however, tend to work with only two of those species; L. inflata is by far the most popular in…
Today, we are talking with Christina Sanchez, cosmologist, desert wildcrafting expert, herbalist, and founder of Every Leaf Speaks about gathering and using desert herbs with the care and respect they deserve.
Lobelia has been placed in formulas traditionally for respiratory disorders, peripheral vascular disorders, smoking cessation and as an antispasmodic.