IHS Holiday Gift Guide
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A Visit with IHS Sponsor Emblossom

This post is part of our series featuring International Herb Symposium sponsors. Emblossom provides education, resources, and community connection to herbal product companies through their annual conference and ongoing membership program, The Cultivator. Thank you to co-founder Zoe Gardner for taking the time to tell us about the work they’re doing! UpS: Starting with the basics, what’s your mission? E: We are working to nurture the next generation of herbal businesses. Emblossom provides education and …
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Yerba Mansa Dara Saville

Organizing and Implementing Native Medicinal Plant Restoration on Public Lands

Dara Saville, Yerba Mansa Project Monday, November 8, 8-9:30 p.m. EST Don’t miss Dara’s workshop, “Organizing and Implementing Native Medicinal Plant Restoration on Public Lands“! Restoring native medicinal plants and their habitats while honoring our herbal inheritance is a process with practical ecological implications. It also has a potent effect on a community’s land connection, building a lasting legacy of reciprocal relationships with medicinal plants and our environment. The Yerba Mansa Project, a local, volunteer-driven, …
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The Extracellular Matrix, Science & the Energy Body with Matthew Wood and Jon Baklund

The Extracellular Matrix, Science & the Energy Body

Sure to be a fascinating talk centered around Matthew’s new book, “Holistic Medicine and the Extracellular Matrix,” with a special twist! Join the next live, online class webinar and many previous recordings. Real Spirit Journey classes are included in the Library subscription. Next class is Wednesday Nov. 17th, 7:00 – 9:00pm US Central Learn more and join here… …
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False Unicorn Root Flower

Endangered Plants and Women’s Health: Fertility Herbs At Risk

Written by Susan Leopold, PhD for Herbal Reality. It was early this spring in 2021 when visiting a friend in southern Virginia that I came across a rare encounter with a small colony of just emerging False Unicorn root (Chamaelirium luteum). This sacred fertility herb was thriving in the woods nestled throughout a graveyard of rusty old farm equipment. Hiding in plain site along a winding creek there were about 20 or so plants spread out in …
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