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Elim Christian Centre Botany exists to be a centre of hope to reach, serve and influence the community of East Auckland. We are a church that welcomes as family, expects breakthrough, is invitational and are relevant to whoever walks through the doors of 159 Botany road, Botany Downs or listens to one of our messages online. We would love to connect with you and meet you at one of our upcoming Sunday services. Find out more at www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz
 
Real Herbalism Radio is the weekly podcast created by The Practical Herbalist team to dish up the saucy bits of the herb world in a format that's easy to listen to on the go or relaxing at home. Your hosts, Sue and Candace, offer you their insights into the world of herbs along with a variety of easy, practical ideas for making herbalism a part of your daily life. They'll help you understand some of the complex and often perplexing aspects of herbalism, decode the language of herbalists, and ...
 
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An informative and currently introduction into the realm of cannabis (birdseed) science, cultivation, and bullshit. I've been in the i502 (Washington) industry for about 5 years now from working in retail to labs to my now current job of farming! Farming is where my passion lies at the moment, but I have a real strong interest in breeding and genetics of this wonderful plant! I've been smoking the plant for 10 years and growing it for longer than I've been in the industry, close to 6-7 years ...
 
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The Plants love to show us their secrets, most especially when those secrets involve us humans. And, they love to inspire us to uncover the good, the bad, and the healing in those stories. Today, we're talking with Deatra Cohen and Adam Siegel, authors of Ashkenazi Herbalism: Rediscovering the Traditions of Eastern European Jews, about finding the …
 
In this episode we talk about some of the plant families found in South Africa and the ecological success of the Mesembryanthemaceae, as well as what the hell is going on with the mess of valvate tepals, adnate anthers, and pollen presenters that is a Protea flowerhead...but first, we dapple 20 minutes of cultural observations into the mix.…
 
Candace and Patrick reflected on their conversation with Matthew Wood last week. They talked about how the Herbal field has changed and how different some of the challenges young herbalists face today are from those Matthew and others like him faced. They also talked about changing perspectives and the benefits of seeing The Plants from many differ…
 
No matter where we start our journey on the Herbal Path, The Plants are guaranteed to offer us a few perspective shifts as they show us where healing is most needed. Today, we're talking with Matthew Wood, Herbalist with a Masters of Science and Herbal Medicine from the Scottish School of Herbalism accredited by the University of Wales, author of m…
 
Candace and Patrick talked about the future of medicine and what it takes to be healthy in today's world, all inspired by their conversation with Dawn Laska-Tommerdahl last week. The also talked about the importance of being educated and asking your healthcare providers to be educated on plant-based medicines and lifestyles and on the power of aski…
 
You don't know what you want to be when you grow up? Not to worry! The Plants will lead you in the right direction no matter where you've gotten your start. They have a knack for merging disparate paths. Today, we're talking with Dawn Laska-Tomkerdahl, RN, Master Herbalist, Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild (RH, AHG), and owner…
 
Candace and Patrick talk about how they're preparing for cold and flu season, reflect on the herbal home remedies KP Khalsa suggested in last week's show, and talk about how they're building immunity as the cold months draw near. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
As days grow long, we herbalists get busy in field and the kitchen preparing for the cold months ahead. What are we whipping up? Today, we're talking with K.P. Khalsa, Ayurvedic Doctor and State Licenced Nutritionist, about the Best Natural Approach to Flu and Cold Season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode we talk with Chris Pires, Chief Science Officer at the New York Botanic Garden, about the taxonomic clusterf*ck that is the order Asparagales - the order of the Iris Family, the Orchid Family, the Agave Family, the Onion/Amaryllis Family, and many more obscure families located on distant and disjunct parts of the world. We also talk…
 
Candace and Patrick chatted about GMO seeds and whether that technology is a thing of the past...or will be soon. They ruminated on climate change and how genetic modifications may or may not have an intregal relationship. Plus, they answered an Herbal 101 question on mugwort substitutes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The idea of saving seed has the ring of romance and old-timey nostalgia about it. For many herbalists, it's a neat idea we may or may not implement...and when we do, we're often not super thoughtful at it. Today, we're talking with Elise and Jeff Higley of Oshala Farm about the art of salving seeds for healthy, bio-regionally adapted herbal success…
 
Candace and Patrick discuss some of the challenges of re-integrating into regular life after recovering from Burnout. Challenges in changing lifestyle and attitudes were at the core of their chat. They covered a few herbs that're useful for sticking to the choices that'll help you avoid burnout again. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
Today's episode is inspired by the bRaVE individuals (all of us) who participated in the massive back-and-forth online shitposting last week regarding the inherent colonialism of using the binomial naming system of taxonomy, plant systematics and the study of evolutionary relationships among plant taxa. This episode sponsored by Decolonial Colon Cl…
 
Exhaustion, Collapse, Nervous Exhaustion, Breakdown, Adrenal fatigue, Mental breakdown, Fried, Drained, Weary, Worn out, Stale, Devoured, Beat, Mental…Burnout has a thousand names. All of them spell trouble. Today, we’re talking about what it means to be utterly exhausted and how to lean into herbal medicine and natural approaches to fix it. See ac…
 
Candace and Patrick are back from Summer Hiatus chatting about herbs in teh garden, climate change, community gardening and finding inspiration from Rebecca Ingalls' work, and the amazing medicinal power of culinary herbs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In this episode we speak with Peter Raven, former director of the Missouri Botanical Garden, about our current understanding of the rise of angiosperms and what the floristic landscape may have looked like prior to their appearance in the fossil record.על ידי joeblowe
 
A criminally underrated state for rare plants and plant ecology, Wyoming has a number of rare taxa and bizarre habitats. In this episode we talk with a botanist who spent twenty years in the state documenting, inventorying and becoming acquainted with the flora in the high deserts and alpine plant communities. We speak specifically about the Yellow…
 
Plants that grow on sinter (silica) and travertine (calcium carbonate) deposits of hot springs, a really bizarre central Wyoming endemic known from only two locations (Yermo xanthocephalus) whose closest relatives occur in the prairies of the Midwest, and many other topics plus the usual 90 minutes of unattenuated disjointed ranting.…
 
In this episode we have an hour long conversation with Matt Berger about a loop "trail" (there actually was no trail save for that created by wild horses) created through the mountain ranges of the Great Basin in Central Nevada and the plans seen along the way along with information on how anybody can do these long-distance hikes (especially when e…
 
This episode begins with a 56 minute rant concerning the crime spree caused by the meeting of the Eriogonum Society in Elko, Nevada, followed by rants on the silica "sinter" deposits occurring throughout Nothern Nevada as a result of the intermittent series of hot springs and geothermal activity, which are in turn a result of the extensional tecton…
 
In this episode we speak with Bruce Baldwin about sequencing the DNA of plants to understand how closely we're distantly related they are and how they have evolved. At least an initial understanding, no matter how small, of how DNA is structured will help you understand this podcast but is not necessary. The first 40 minutes are just ranting anyway…
 
In this episode we speak with Darin Penneys, Ph.D about his work with an incredibly diverse plant family that few in the temperate zones are familiar with - Melastomataceae. I first fell in love with this family when seeing some of the incredible diversity that it showed in the cloud forest of the Dominican Republic, and upon further inspection bec…
 
Plants create a kind of connection many of us crave, even when we don't realize it. When you step out into nature, that connection happens and it even Heals the places we didn't even know were hurt. Today, we're talking with Rebecca Ingalls, herbalist at Palmer Pond Botanicals and psychotherapist at Swamp Scott Counseling about the healing and joy …
 
Episode Notes podcast #botanyafterdark #foxglove Hello, friends! Today, we're talking about foxglove, or Digitalis purpea and how it's had roles as healer, poison, and ornamental over the years. Let's discuss ^_^ f you've any topic requests, feel free to pop them in the comments below. If you'd like to see future live recordings, the lowest tier is…
 
Candace and Patrick reflected on the many ways we Herbalists can make our living. They chat with Elise and Jeff of Oshala Farm last week got them thinking about how wide the term Herbalist really is...about as big as the Plants themselves. They explored many ways in which we who love and respect the plants can make a living and even thrive as Herba…
 
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