Herbal Reference Blogs

The following links are to blogs written by herbal professionals and enthusiasts.

Linda Russell of Scentsibilities.com       http://scentsibilities.blogspot.com/

Guido Masé, RH, AHG                               http://aradicle.blogspot.com/

If you have a blog to share, let us know at office@hcocm.org

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  1. Brittany Wood Nickerson’s Winter Health book references:
    Rosemary Gladstar’s Recipes for Vibrant Health
    Healing with Whole Foods, Paul Pitchford
    Country Almanac of Home Remedies, Brigitte Mars
    Nourishing Traditions, Sally Fallon
    The Forgotten Skills of Cooking, Darina Allen

    Fermenting:
    Nourishing Traditions, Sally Fallon
    Wild Fermentation, Sandor Katz
    The Art of Fermentation, Sandor Katz
    The Full Moon Feast, Jessica Prentice
    The Forgotten Skills of Cooking, Darina Allen
    The Art of Simple Foods, Alice Waters

  2. Lynda B recommends this author, Holly Bellebuono – “I believe this is Holly Bellebuon’s second book. I have yet to buy her first book based on her travels and the empowered women she’s met on her journeys.”

    From Holly Bellebuono’s email:
    “The Essential Herbal” by Holly Bellebuono is a warm and friendly introduction to using the gifts of plants. It’s a great kitchen-craft guide to making a huge variety of traditional herbal remedies and becoming familiar with the Essential Thirteen herbs… My new book — “The Authentic Herbal Healer” — is a slightly more advanced exploration of many herbs from all around the world, with both traditional and clinical insights into their use and chemistry.

  3. From Sue McDermid Oct. 2012
    Looking forward to checking out “THe Essential Herbal.” Thanks. One place I rely on alot for herbal help & interesting info is my Boston School of Herbal Studies teacher’s facebook group. If there are facebookers out there, check out “Herbal Healing Circle” which is an open group run by Melanie Flach, my instructor & VERY skilled & responsive herbalist.

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