After researching one of our favorite first aid herbs, we discovered Lavender's wide reach is backed up by a wealth of scientific study. Today, we'll touch on those studies and talk about how you can incorporate Lavender into your life.
t’s more than a mantra for practicing herbalists focused on native plant species as is today’s guest, Candice Cook. We’ll talk with her about how she found her way into herbalism, the plants and people who’ve inspired her, and we’ll delve into how her philosophy has gained her valuable insights into the world of plants. For more information on Candice or to contact her, read her blog, Roam and Write.
This month, three states plus Washington D.C. asked voters to decide whether or not marijuana should be legalized for recreational use. Only one rejected legalizing it for recreation. Today, we’re going to take a look at the laws that have been passed, focusing on Oregon’s, and medicinal and recreational use of marijuana. Be aware that some of the language and subject matter may be a little colorful and inappropriate for younger listeners.
In the Pacific Northwest, fall means rain, and rain means mushrooms. The fungi family offers us an amazing and colorful array of foods and medicines. Today, we’ll talk about which mushrooms and lichens make good medicine and how you can make use of them at home. Our guest herbalist is “Dandy” Alese Colehour, joins us to guide the conversation about the wonders of medicinal mushrooms and and lichen.
Fall is upon us. That means it’s time to start those herbal holiday gifts—Herbal Cordials and liqueurs are a delight to receive and easy to make. Today, we’ll talk about how to make Herbal Cordials and Liqueurs and the best herbs to use.
Today, we’re going to be talking with Alese Colehour, known in the herbal world as Dandy. She’s a local herbalist here in the Eugene area who runs Dandy’s Pantry, a micro-herbal practice offering locally sourced, seasonal herbals for community, including Occupy Medical.