Herbal Studies and Favorite Links
Web Site: http://www.ahaherb.com
Web Site: http://www.botaniculture.org
A great web site for the herbal enthusiast who would like to find information about herbs and the people who work with herbs for a living.
Dandelion Herbal Center
For more information visit: http://www.dandelionherb.com
offers classes and field trips for herb students ranging from the
beginner, interested primarily in basic herbal crafting techniques to
advanced students seeking to
The school is located adjacent to Jane’s home
near Arcata, California. When Jane herself isn’t teaching, she hosts
an exciting array of guest teachers.
Ethnoherbalist provides reviews of the cultural history and science behind plant based medicines.
In the interest of preserving wild plants, EthnoHerbalist is also actively involved in the conservation of public lands and wilderness in the United States.
|For more information you may visit: http://www.ethnoherbalist.com|
Happy News- http://www.happynews.com
Tired of the negative news the media seems to dwell on these days?
We searched for web sites that had positive and uplifting news and this is the best one we found.
Living Awareness Institute
Kami McBride, CMT, Herbalist, Women's Health Educator
P.O. Box 775, Davis, CA 95617
Kami McBride has taught herbal medicine and
women’s health since 1988. She has studied plants for almost 20
years and has taught Integrative Herbology at UCSF School of Nursing,
Stanford Hospital, and the California Institute of Integral Studies.
The web site is: http://www.livingawareness.com. Please call (707) 446-1290 to schedule a consultation or pre-register for classes.
Sage Mountain Herbs
Rosemary Gladstar, PO Box 420, E. Barre, VT 05649, or call (802) 479-9825
The web site is: http://www.sagemountain.com.
Founded by Rosemary Gladstar and Karl Slick, Sage Mountain Retreat Center
& Native Plant Preserve has become one of New England's foremost
learning centers for herbs and earth awareness. Located on 500
pristine acres in central Vermont, this beautiful piece of Earth
Mother is a natural sanctuary and teaching site. There is an
incredible assortment of wild herbs and flowers growing in habitats
that vary from meadows, forest to swamp. Wild neighbors include deer,
bear, moose, beavers, otters, fox and a wonderful variety of feathered
folk that honor them with their presence.
The School of Natural Healing
P. O. Box 412
Springville, UT 84663
Web Site: http://www.snh.cc
The School of Natural Healing was founded in 1953 by Dr. John R. Christopher. Since that time, thousands of students have taken classes with this school. The web site gives information on the various correspondence courses offered by The School of Natural Healing. These courses now include: Herbology, Iridology, Reflexology, and our new Aromatherapy Program. At the School of Natural Healing you will find information on what their courses are all about. There is detailed information about each level, and the materials that come in each program.
United Plant Savers
Phone: (802) 479-9825
Web Site: http://www.unitedplantsavers.org
These Are Exciting Times for
Herbalists. We are witnessing the art of herbalism rapidly regaining
its rightful place in the American tradition of health and healing.
However, as herbalism flourishes and winds its way into the "main
stream" of America, it is eliciting a unique set of problems and
concerns. Where once only a small handful of people wildcrafted plants
in the wild, ever increasing numbers are now heading to the hills.