Candace, Patrick and Sue celebrate their 100th podcast by looking back at the herbalism field over past 40 months. So much has changed in their lives and in the world of herbal medicine. When Real Herbalism Radio (RHR) started, podcasting was just begin to take hold as an art form. It seemed as easy way to spread the word about their favorite topic. No one foresaw the changes to come.
Summer is here and the Practical Herbalist team is preparing for the berry harvest. Each fruit is a little bit different. The team shares its tips and tricks for freezing and preserving berries and other small fruits such as raspberries, strawberries, elderberries, blueberries, plums, and grapes.
The Herbalist's pantry is well stocked with bitter and astringent herbs with horrible tastes most of us truly don't enjoy. Luckily, summer's glorious warmth brings with it a basket full of sweet, sour and thoroughly enjoyable flavors we Practical Herbalists can tap into.
Inspired by our former conversation with Yaakov Levine, Nutritional Health Coach at Natural Grocers, the Practical Herbalist team discusses our own attempts at turning the desert of urban backyards into small farmsteads. For Chick Chat, we are joined by a special guest - Sweet Annie the baby gosling in the 2nd part of our show.
Real Herbalism Radio - Show 96 Yaakov Levine - Heeding the Call to Health Plants call to us in many ways. For Some, it's a continuation of family tradition or practice, for others, it's a rebellion. Sometimes it's a little…
The Real Herbalism Radio team celebrates the joys of the mint family as it grows in our gardens, our kitchens, and our medicine cabinets.