Show 112: Digestive Health with Thomas Easley

Healthy Body From A Healthy Gut

Do you have the guts to thrive?

It’s a question we herbalists find ourselves asking more often than you might imagine. Solid, effective digestion is key to sustainable, long-term health as well as healing disease of many types.

Today, we’re talking with Author, Teacher, and Clinical Herbalist Thomas Easley about his Eclectic approach to creating health and well being in your guts. Easley is also the founder of the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine and has a wealth of experience dealing with digestive health that he is eager to share with students and podcast listeners alike.

Herbs We Mentioned

You can find Thomas at:

The Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine

Facebook: Thomas Easley

Get his online course on making herbal remedies at:

The Art and Science of Plant Medicine Making

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