How To Not Be a Guru with Katja Swift and Ryn Midura | 84

Loved the discourse in this episode! I particularly enjoyed the emphasis on community versus competition. There is tons of food for thought in this one. A huge thanks to Katja and Ryn for taking the time to record this. Let us know what you think! 

Today’s episode is brought to you by the CommonWealth Center for Holistic Herbalism located in Boston, MA (as well as online). 

One of their online offerings is a beginner’s bundle called Herbalism 101.

Herbalism 101 includes the complete "herbal toolkit" Materia Medica course, where you'll learn more than 85 individual herbs and how to work with them.

You’ll also have access to the step-by-step Medicine-Making course, which has descriptions of how to make each herbal preparation and when each one is applicable.

Videos include plenty of close-up coverage of each step in the process so that you'll feel confident to do it in your own kitchen!

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