Friday, March 23, 2018

Herbs to Stay Juicy Inside and Out | Plant Medicine Summit 2018

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Herbs to Stay Juicy Inside and Out

With Margi Flint
Hosted by David Crow
Join Registered Herbalist and herbal mentor, Margi Flint, as she highlights how herbs that build your own stem cells can help you remain vital and living to your full potential. She suggests herbs for libido and stamina.. as well as herbs to encourage prostate and vaginal wellbeing for the duration of your years.
During this much-needed session, you'll discover:
  • How the intake of echinacea, astragalus, epimedium, and ginseng can enhance your bone marrow, blood & the fat you need
  • That using cordyceps, ligustrum, other medicinal mushrooms, plus teasel and  milk thistle, can increase your stamina & vitality
  • Ways to preserve vaginal and prostate health using fennel, aloe vera, red sage, turmeric, & more
This replay is available for 48 hours after the live broadcast. After that time you can access the replays ONLY if you have purchased the Upgrade Package (includes recordings, transcripts and special bonuses).

Margi Flint

Registered Herbalist AHG and Herbal Mentor, B. Sc.
EarthSong Herbals is an integrative practice in the lovely seaside town of Marblehead, MA. We encourage each person who walks through the door to find the perfect and unique protocol to discover wellbeing. We may refer out to one of the wonderful yoga, dance, cranio-sacral, massage or mental therapists, as well as acupuncturists, chiropractors, dentists, physical therapists, energy workers or doctors. Our goal is to assist people in achieving and maintaining optimum health.
We conduct in-depth, joyful consultations with our clients. Margi may have a visiting herbalist or intern by her side. The wisdom of each individual is greatly appreciated. The hour and a half meeting is an educational and collaborative process. Together we determine the appropriate herbs and treatments for each individual. We listen to your health story and make suggestions that may include diet, supplements, exercise and your present and desired levels of happiness. The final step is developing a plan of realistic compliance.
If you manage to book a private consultation there will often be another herbalist present. Be sure to ask if you want a private session with Margi. On occasion an herbalist flies in from far, far away and I will conduct an in-depth practice for as many days as they request. Oh, you are an herbalist? Contact Margi to discuss a fee.
Twice a month we offer Practitioners Circle, an herbal clinic serving people from the community and herbalists from all over the land looking for clinical experience. Herbalists with varied backgrounds attend including Growers, Students, Massage Therapists, Estheticians, Naturapaths, Nurses, Doctors, Homeopaths, Pharmacists, well, just about any career combination you can imagine! We discuss formulating protocols, preparation of herbs for clients, and billing. Margi sits in circle and supervises while each client is cared for. The energy of the group is very supportive for client and clinician.
Each person is unique. Tea, tincture, bath, poultices, aromatherapy, or flower essences, sprays, steams or creams — we will find a protocol that works for your lifestyle and habits.  We are all connected on the Earth!
Clear communication and loving support is our foundation. Following the advice we offer is the challenge!

Herbs for the Brain: New research into
herbs for Alzheimers and Parkinsons

With Holly Bellebuono
Hosted by David Crow
Supporting an agile and creative mind is essential for a confident and meaningful life. But neurodegenerative diseases are on the rise, especially as our population ages. Join Holly Bellebuono, herbalist and CEO at Bellebuono Holistic International, as she shows how natural plant medicines and foods can promote mental clarity and a good memory.

 She shares how neurons, neurotransmitters, and nerve connections work... and explores the latest research on common herbs and how they can keep neurons healthy — even in cases of Alzheimers, MS, and Parkinsons.
During this exciting session, you'll discover:
  • How the connections between neurons is the springboard for pharmaceutical & herbal treatments — with an emphasis on the healing potential of plant medicines
  • The newest research on how herbs can support brain chemistry
  • Easy ways to include brain-nourishing herbs in your daily routine... including some of Holly's original recipes, so your journey to better brain health can begin in your own kitchen
This replay is available for 48 hours after the live broadcast. After that time you can access the replays ONLY if you have purchased the Upgrade Package (includes recordings, transcripts and special bonuses).

Holly Bellebuono

Herbalist, CEO of Bellebuono Holistic International
An American medical herbalist of twenty-three years, Holly Bellebuono is renowned for her work documenting women healers and teaching herbal formulary and pharmacology. Holly’s seven-year project of interviews and research culminated in the documentary book Women Healers of the World: The Traditions, History & Geography of Herbal Medicine and was awarded Book of the Year by The International Herb Association and the Gold Award for Women’s Books by Nautilus Book Awards in 2014. Holly directs The Bellebuono School of Herbal Medicine on Martha’s Vineyard, training and certifying community herbalists in herbal medicine, and she is the founder of Vineyard Herbs Teas & Apothecary. Her work has been featured in ParabolaSageWomanJuno (Britain), TaprootThe New York Times, and more, and her four other books include The Essential Herbal for Natural HealthThe Authentic Herbal HealerGoal Setting for Open-Minded Business OwnersThe Healing Kitchen, and An Herbalist’s Guide to Formulary: The Art and Science of Creating Effective Herbal Remedies.
As a two-time Small Business Owner of the Year Award recipient, Holly leads empowerment seminars for entrepreneurs, and she facilitates international seminars, retreats, and lectures for women’s and business conferences and universities about herbal medicine, symbolism, and the philosophy of healing. Learn more about her work or enroll in her school at her website.

Herbs to Stay Juicy Inside and Out
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