What I am Selling as an Herbalist vs What I am Not Selling

As I continue to work with a variety of herbal clients and students, I realize that there is a degree of suspicion when working with an herbalist: exchanging money for advice and plants.  Why pay someone to help you with obtaining advice and which plants to use when you can look it up online, for […]

Good-Bye: Sessions, Free Shipping on Products and 2014

2014 was quite the year. To honor the end of this wonderfully difficult year, I wanted to give you one last chance to take advantage of a few specials that I’ve had running. If your New Year’s Resolution is to be healthier, or to take care of yourself in a more nourishing, holistic way… Sign […]

TCM Terminology for All

Why bother using TCM terminology?  Especially when you are not a practitioner, herbalist, or the like?  Because TCM allows one to look at the self, and world as an integrated system.  TCM explains things that cannot be explained within simpler medical terms.  TCM is both very simple and infinitely complex. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) terminology […]

Herbalist Question and Answer Session

I thought an herbalist question and answer session would be appropriate since I, and other herbalists, get asked these questions quite frequently.  Here are my answers starting with the beginning of the process of working together (the intake) through how you know if the herbs are working. I hope you enjoy this herbalist question and […]

Wants, Must-Do’s, and Can’ts vs Can-do’s, Priortities, and Needs, all in the name of “Time”

It seems there is never enough time to do all we want to do, and the things that we want to have happen take longer than we desire. This post is a collection of thoughts that I’ve been having about time, wellness, and everything that goes along with it. I’ve been wondering if having a […]