Nervines 2

The lecture continues to cover specific Nervine herbs and their applications with plenty of context about working with herbs to their greatest effect.

Nervines 1

The first concept to understand about plant-based medicine is the balance between stimulation and relaxation. This lecture covers the Nervine category of herbs that work on the nervous system [...]

Herbal Energetics 1

Plant medicine is understood best with the language of energetics. This lecture covers the subtlety of using herbs by understanding their taste, temperature, and direction as a complete, [...]


Matricaria chamomilla, also known as German chamomile, a member of the Asteraceae family, is perhaps the most widely used herbal tea in the world along with, perhaps, peppermint. Originally from [...]


Elettaria cardamomum, a member of the tropical Zingiberaceae family, is one of several species of herbaceous plants native to India that produce the well known light green, spicy pods we know and [...]

American Ginseng

Panax Quinquefolius, a member of the Araliaceae family, is native to the woodlands of the Eastern United States and Southern Canada, including the Appalachian Mountains, west to the Ozarks of [...]


Phyllanthus emblica, a member of the Phyllanthaceae family, goes by many names including Indian gooseberry, Amalaki, and Myrobalan. Native to India, this fruit is one of the most important [...]


Medico sativa, is believed to be native to Central Asia. Wild types are found in the Caucasus and in the mountainous regions of Afghanistan and surrounding regions. It is a perennial flowering [...]

Lime Juice

Like lemon juice, Lime juice also contains vitamin c and many trace elements. In addition to vitamin-C, lime contains special compounds called Flavonoids (Limonoids such as Limonin Glucoside) [...]