After a conversation with Nick Polizzi, author of Sacred Science – An Ancient Healing Path for the Modern World, Sue and Candace discuss how our physical place changes our herbal options. For many herbalists, the term “Be Here Now” serves as a guidepost for the type of healing they offer. Human beings are just as changed by by the area they are transported to as plants are. Recognizing and adapting to the change makes a big difference for the healer and the patient. Today, we talk about these and other issues on Real Herbalism Radio podcast.
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Nick Polizzi is the founder of The Sacred Science, a website and blog dedicated to explorations of alternative healing modalities and indigenous healing traditions. His work stems from a calling to honor, preserve, and protect the ancient knowledge and rituals of the indigenous peoples of the world. He has spent his career directing and producing feature-length documentaries about holistic alternatives to conventional medicine; most recently, Nick directed The Tapping Solution and co-edited Simply Raw – Raw for 30 Days. He is the author of The Sacred Cookbook and The Sacred Science – An Ancient Healing Path for the Modern World.
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