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The Best of The Herbal Academy Blog In 2016 | Herbal Academy | Come check out the top 20 posts from the Herbal Academy blog during 2016!
  ON December 30,2016

The Best of The Herbal Academy Blog In 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, we reflect on the past year and all that’s happened here at the Herbal Academy. We’ve continued to add to our team, launch new courses, and offer physical products in our herbal Goods Shop. We’ve also enjoyed connecting with students in our courses, in The Herbarium, and through our…

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HOW TO BEGIN YOUR HERBALIST TRAINING
  ON April 19,2016

How to Begin your Herbalist Training

You want to become an herbalist, but you’re not sure where to begin. That’s natural, because although an herbalist is someone who works with and studies herbs, the details of how and where an herbalist acquires their herbalist training depends on the interests and talents of the individual. Most often, the job people have in…

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The Medicinal Mistletoe - Holiday Herb
  ON December 17,2015

The Medicinal Mistletoe

Mistletoe, Viscum Album The familiar, white-berried token of the winter holiday season, mistletoe, is a parasitic plant that grows on the branches of several species of trees. Mistletoe burrows roots into the inner wood of trees and feeds from their sap, and a heavy infestation with mistletoe can kill branches of the host plant or even…

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  ON October 09,2015

Connecting With The Season of Roots

The herbs in our gardens and the wild places around us live a year that is marked by the ritual of necessity. Each season has unique blessings and challenges for our plant allies, and learning these rhythms gives us a deeper insight into the natural world and our own health. Spring is marked with new…

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  ON September 29,2015

10 Tips for Wildcrafting Medicinal Herbs

Wildcrafting is the practice of foraging for useful plants from their natural, wild habitat for edible or medicinal purposes. Wildcrafting for your own medicinal herbs is one of the most rewarding things that you can do. Not only is it nice to know where your herbal remedies come from, but it’s fun to learn to…

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