How to be a Successful Herbalist with Katja Swift and Ryn Midura (Episode 4)

Katja Swift and Ryn Midura join us again to talk about how to be a successful herbalist. They run an herbal apprenticeship in Brookline, MA and offer distance learning courses as well. To find out what they're up to, visit www.commonwelathherbs.com

If you're not in the northeast and you're looking for an herbalism school, visit www.herbrally.com/schools

If you're just gettin' goin' on your path, a great place to start would be to attend an event! There's tons of events happening all of the United States. To find one in your neck of the woods, go here: www.herbrally.com/events

Please let us know what you thought about the podcast. Thanks for listening!

Moringa Monograph by Nick Moya (Episode 3)

On this episode I narrate herbalist Nick Moya's moringa monograph

I love his perspective because he gives such a balanced (non-hyped) approach to this wonderful and useful plant. If you loved this as much as I did I recommend his burdock monograph as well. 

Please let us know what you think! If you don't want to miss an episode of the HerbRally podcast you can subscribe in iTunes. 

Nick is the creator of OsoMoya, an online Etsy shop focused on creating high quality herbal wares and medicinal mushroom extracts. He studied herbalism, wildcrafting and botany at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies in Eugene, OR.

Nick is the creator of OsoMoya, an online Etsy shop focused on creating high quality herbal wares and medicinal mushroom extracts. He studied herbalism, wildcrafting and botany at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies in Eugene, OR.

Why Herbalism Matters with Gabby Allen (Episode 2)

Join Gabby Allen as she discusses why herbalism matters. She wrote a blog post for HerbRally with the same title. This episode of the podcast is her NARRATING THAT POST

There will be more blog and plant monograph narrations to come! 

To read more of Gabby's writing, I recommend her COTTONWOOD MONOGRAPH

You can follow her on Instagram @gabbytheladyram

Please let us know what you think! We'd love to hear from you in iTunes reviews. 

Gabby Allen is a student herbalist, writer, artist, and work-at-home mother currently residing in Roseburg, Oregon. She has spent the last four or so years on mostly self-study, and aspires towards higher education, and a career focused on holistic support of women's health. As a mother of two adventurous boys, she frequently finds uses for the plethora of medicine and nourishment around her, and continually seeks out methods and wisdom she may apply to her family's wellness, as well as ways to aid in the support of plant allies. She attempts steps everyday towards balance and integration between and among her passions. Gabby is also completely enamored with fermentation, is an organic gardening enthusiast, and budding seeker of wild foods. For more from Gabby you can visit her at GabbyLynnAllen.com.

Gabby Allen is a student herbalist, writer, artist, and work-at-home mother currently residing in Roseburg, Oregon. She has spent the last four or so years on mostly self-study, and aspires towards higher education, and a career focused on holistic support of women's health. As a mother of two adventurous boys, she frequently finds uses for the plethora of medicine and nourishment around her, and continually seeks out methods and wisdom she may apply to her family's wellness, as well as ways to aid in the support of plant allies. She attempts steps everyday towards balance and integration between and among her passions. Gabby is also completely enamored with fermentation, is an organic gardening enthusiast, and budding seeker of wild foods. For more from Gabby you can visit her at GabbyLynnAllen.com.

How to Start a Free Herbal Clinic with Katja Swift and Ryn Midura (Episode 1)

Join Katja Swift and Ryn Midura from the Commonwealth Center for Holistic Herbalism as they discuss the free clinic they started in Brookline, MA. They go over the finer details of creating a clinic, along with some of the pain points (i.e. burnout, funding, etc.).  Thanks to Katja and Ryn for taking the time to share their expertise! You can visit them online to find out about more of what they're up to at CommonWealthHerbs.com. Be sure and check out their in-person apprenticeship program as well as all of the distance learning opportunities.