Herbal Preparations: How to Use Your Herbs
My Favorite Herb Books
I co-wrote these two books with an herbalist friend, Kathy Wilson. Because we feel so strongly that others should have the knowledge of herbs to be self-reliant, we off them to you as free PDF files. Kathy is also offering her Herbs to Know for First Aid as a free PDF file as well. We hope you will be able to use these free resources to further your knowledge of God's Medicine.
My Favorite Websites and Blogs on Herbs
My Favorite Place to Order Herbs & Herbal Remedies
I believe the best medicine is what you can grow, forage and create in your own community. I also realize this is not always possible and so these are my favorite places to order herbs and remedies. Make sure the company your choose to purchase from follows the organic and ethical practices.
Become a Master Herbalist
If you would like to further your education beyond looking up herbs in books, there are many online schools. I started out with The School of Natural Healing which had a great Family Herbalist Course (initial course). After I began the next course for working towards the Master Herbalist I felt I needed to move on to something different. I was directed by the spirit to just wait and continue studying on my own, a year later I found Trinity School of Natural Health and that is where I received my Master Herbalist certificate. There is a lot of light with this school, although there were a couple books I felt were outdated, complicated, and/or no longer relevant today, but overall the information I learned was very helpful. I have also taken some courses from the Herbal Academy. These are all online where you can download the course information and watch videos. I loved the visuals, handouts and recipes but some lessons teeter on the evolutionary side of things, which I don't believe in. I don't agree with everything I read so I always use my gift of discernment to interpret truth. The spirit will direct what is best for you as an individual if this is the path you would like to take.
*I am not affiliated with any of these companies...except the amazon links to my favorite books.
Disclaimer: The Information contained on this blog is for educational purposes only and as a guideline for your personal use. It is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed healthcare professional. Those who follow these suggestions do so at their own risk.