Book Review: The Teacher Appears by Brian Leaf

Book Review: The Teacher Appears by Brian Leaf

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If you’re not familiar yet with Brian Leaf’s work, you’re missing out.  There are many books on Yoga and Spirituality out there. My book shelf is full of them!  However, few authors make the practice as accessible as he does with his real-world anecdotes and characteristic humor.  This book is no different.  The Teacher Appears: 108 Prompts to Power your Yoga Practice isn’t your typical yoga how-to.  Formatted as more of a workbook, Leaf provides prompts to help you app […] Banyan Moon Botanicals – Blog

Moving right along……..

Moving right along……..

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Hey Friends!Forgive the absence, but the past year has been a blur.  The herbal clinic grew by leaps and bounds, my friends and I at Om Grown Yoga developed some amazingly lovely teas (the new drink of choice in Bryan/College Station!) AND guided some amazingly talented humans through their 200hr Yoga Therapy training.  Be sure to check out the studio if you’re ever in their neighborhood.  Most importantly though, is the progress that all my health empowered clients made.  W […] Banyan Moon Botanicals – Blog

Ideas for an Herbal First Aid kit for the Washington DC March

Ideas for an Herbal First Aid kit for the Washington DC March

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A few people have recently asked me what first aid items they should bring to the January 21 march in DC. Please note, I am non-partisan at this (or any) event. I am there to assist anyone who needs help and is willing to work with me. I have a much more detailed handout here. […] Blog – Northeast School of Botanical Medicine

My Experience at Burning Man 2016 or I went to Burning Man so you don’t have to go

My Experience at Burning Man 2016 or I went to Burning Man so you don’t have to go

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Amble to the Preamble This blog was initially meant to be a reasonably succinct discussion of my thoughts and feelings about Burning Man. Instead it is has become a dissertation-sized exposition on this event. If you are mainly interested in reading and viewing photos from Burning Man, jump to the sections below that interest you. […] Blog – Northeast School of Botanical Medicine

Preparing fresh Kava kava root tincture

Preparing fresh Kava kava root tincture

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We recently tinctured fresh Kava kava (Piper methysticum) root. I purchased the fresh roots (primary and lateral roots) from Adaptations in Hawaii. They came second day air and on the following day we tinctured them up.   Here is the process used to make the tincture. I was fortunate to have the help of Ly, […] Blog – Northeast School of Botanical Medicine

Herbal First Aid Bag

Herbal First Aid Bag

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Introduction This article is about my herbal first aid bag. I am writing about it for two main reasons: First, with the accompanying photos and information I hope to persuade someone to make me a new version of this bag. And secondly, I hope this information is helpful for others who would like to make […] Blog – Northeast School of Botanical Medicine

Purslane Gazpacho: Wild Eating!

Purslane Gazpacho: Wild Eating!

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Purslane (Portulaca grandiflora) is a common weed that contains many nutritive benefits, One of the most striking benefits is that it is one of the few plants that contains omega… Read more >

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Dandelion – A Spring Tradition

Dandelion – A Spring Tradition

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by Linda Conroy www.moonwiseherbs.com “At least three green leaves a day for 30 days” I declared as I stood in the center of my overgrown “weedy” garden. I was planning… Read more >

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