Results for Category: Herbalists We Love

  ON October 11,2021

Meet Indigenous Ethnobotanist Enrique Salmón

The following book excerpt is taken from the book, Iwigara: American Indian Ethnobotanical Traditions & Science, by Enrique Salmón, and is shared with permission. SAGEBRUSH Artemisia spp. Family: Asteraceae Parts Used: whole plant Season: year-round Region: western North America Some plants are both synonymous with American Indian herbology and icons of a particular geographic region….

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  ON August 26,2021

Herbal‌ ‌Academy‌ ‌Student‌ ‌Feature:‌ ‌Jess‌ Madsen ‌@the.wildcraft‌

For the fourteenth installment of our Student Feature Series, we spoke with Jess Madsen (@the.wildcraft). Jess has completed Herbal Academy’s Introductory Course. She enjoys making her own herbal creations and works with herbalists and herbal companies as a designer and photographer. HA: Please tell us a little bit about yourself and how you started your…

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  ON July 30,2021

Herbal Academy Student Feature: Nana Meriwether (@drinkcale)

For the thirteenth installment of our Student Feature Series, we spoke with Nana Meriwether (@drinkcale). Nana has completed Herbal Academy’s The Craft of Herbal Fermentation, Intermediate Herbal Course, and Making Herbal Preparations 101. In 2019, she launched a company called Cale, which produces herbal wine alternatives that are lower in calories, sugar, sulfites, and alcohol…

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Herbal Academy Student Feature: Eduardo Yunen (@eyunen) | Herbal Academy | This tenth installment of our Student Feature Series features herbalist Eduardo Yunén, who enjoys permaculture practices and wild foraging.
  ON April 06,2021

Herbal Academy Student Feature: Eduardo Yunen (@eyunen)

For the tenth installment of our Student Feature Series, we spoke with herbalist Eduardo Yunen (@edyunen). Eduardo completed the Herbal Academy’s Clinical Herbalist Path, as well as the Herbal Aphrodisiacs Intensive. He has traveled to various countries learning all about organic farming, permaculture practices, and wild foraging, plus some practices to better impact our environment….

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