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What Is an Herbalist and What Can We Do for You?
However, the reality is both similar and very different. Most herbalists have a deep connection with the plants and they know, both physically and instinctively, if a plant is healthy and if it will make good medicine. It is, however, more than the mere mechanics of identifying, harvesting and processing; it is having a relationship, a connection with a plant so that you recognize the vital energy, the health and wellness that can be shared with others. That is the plant side.
Then there is the people side… you see really, herbalists are translators between people and plants, we take the gifts the plants are giving and we translate it into medicine that can then be received by the people. The way herbalists do that is by listening; we listen to the plants and we listen to the people. Sometimes that’s all any of us really needs is someone to listen and understand what we are feeling. Plants and people are not so different. We all came from the same dirt. It is really amazing when you think about it.
Great. So what does all of that mean? It means that a well-trained herbalist will “speak the language of the plants” and know how specific herbs work in the body and be able to formulate a plan to help you overcome dysfunction in your body by using the right herbs and therapies to restore harmony. Rather than a “take this for that” approach, we make recommendations based on specific, sometimes seemingly unrelated, symptoms and underlying issues. This is what makes herbal medicine so vital; the ability to bring the body back into balance and allow it to heal and function the way it was designed to, ultimately leading to holistic, whole person, wellness.
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“The best relationship with herbal medicine is more than just capsules and tinctures; it becomes an integral part of our daily lives, a deep, personal connection between us and the plants. That is the best medicine.”