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Herbal Allies for Stressful Times - Shared screen with speaker view
Vince
48:15
informal study and use over some decades
Heidi van Gulden
48:30
I make my own CBD tincture
liz vago
48:30
growing herbs, use teas and tinctures, make herbal soap
Carolyn Hooper
48:32
I have a large herb garden with both culinary and medicinal herbs. I prepare and use some, but informally trained
Lauren Priestap
48:35
Novice herbalist, medicine making, tea drinking!
Sheila Trask
48:37
Herbal tea enthusiast.
Jo Vanderhooft
48:41
Hi, all :) I'm a gardener who wants to grow food and work with herbs in both medicinal and magical capacities. I'm enrolled in an herbalist program now, so I'm taking all the classes I can! I have a bunch of herbs growing next to me
Anita Williams
48:46
new to learning about herbs
Megan Beidler (she/her)
48:50
Hi! I'm Megan from WRJ Vermont. I am very new to herbalism, but have been interested in it more and more recently as a better way to connect with the earth. Mostly have been learning about different teas^^
Sophia Mueller
48:50
I have studied herbalism over the years and love to grow herbs and harvest herbs from the wild and make tinctures and teas, etc
victoria weber
49:05
Hi all- Victoria here. I live on Christian Hill in Bethel and have been studying herbalism for… about 20 years. I grow, make medicine, flower essences too.
C Matthew
49:06
Hi all... I did some work with a student of Susan Weed in NY making tinctures, balms teas etc
Lylee R-K, Bethel University Host (she/her)
49:08
I have seen herbal practitioners, gardening, teas.
kate Reeves
49:18
I am a landscape gardener and know some of the herbs but have not used them as much as I would like. Also worked a little with herbs and Rosemary Gladstar. GLAD TO BE HERE. KATE Barnard, Vt.
Christine Lyon
49:39
I am an avid gardener and grow herbs for cooking
Jo Vanderhooft
53:48
thank you, Sarah! I'm going to see if we have something similar to the Abenaki project here in Utah.
Jo Vanderhooft
01:02:38
Oh!! We've talked about this in my first herbalism class!
kate Reeves
01:02:49
Do plants/herbs ever not work together?
Jo Vanderhooft
01:07:19
funny thing: I've had to drink a lot of ginger tea lately, I'm sometimes a hotheaded person, and my irritation and temper has been through the roof.
Jo Vanderhooft
01:13:30
along w/ fight, flight, freeze, there's also "fawn"
Lylee R-K, Bethel University Host (she/her)
01:17:01
I forgot to mention that we have close captions on. If you would like to hide the, or make them larger or smaller, on the bottom menu find the "Live Transcript" button, with the CC inside a square. click the arrow to the right of the button and you will see options to hide and go into the settings.
Jo Vanderhooft
01:23:04
Sarah, I'm so sorry, but I have to ask this now or I'll forget (ADHD thing): how much research is there into how chronic stress interacts with neurological conditions like autism/ADHD? Curious because I have both.
Jo Vanderhooft
01:26:48
Thank you so much! :)
kate Reeves
01:29:06
Is it an annual here?
C Matthew
01:30:44
is there any evidence of this supporting cognitive function after stroke?
Carolyn Hooper
01:37:26
Does it matter German or roman chamomile?
kate Reeves
01:40:30
could you repeat what part of the poppy you use?
kate Reeves
01:45:50
Is there a variety of the Hawthorne to use? A native??
Jo Vanderhooft
01:46:50
I've read from a religious/earth religions perspective that some thorny trees need to be harvested with extreme respect. I can't remember if hawthorn is one of them. Do you know?
Carolyn Hooper
01:55:14
for Linden: are you avoiding the insects because they unhealthy for the body, or just because they are irritating to have to deal with when processing the bracts?
kate Reeves
02:02:03
could your please repeat the Latin name for skullcap?
kate Reeves
02:05:24
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing ALL this information. I enjoyed every bit of it. You were so knowlegdable thorough. BE WELL. kate
Lauren Priestap
02:05:59
Thank you! What an awesome class.
C Matthew
02:11:37
Wonderfully informative! I hope you intend to share more in the future. It was a generous gift for us, Thank You!
Lylee R-K, Bethel University Host (she/her)
02:13:13
yes, that's great.
Anita Williams
02:14:17
Thank you Sarah, really enjoy you taking the time to share your knowledge with us.
victoria weber
02:14:47
thanks very much. lovely to get to ‘know’ you a little.
Anita Williams
02:15:30
Can you put your contact info up again..
Christine Lyon
02:16:19
Thank you so very much!! Lots to learn here and very exciting!😃
C Matthew
02:16:36
have to depart.. thank you … blessings all!
Jo Vanderhooft
02:16:39
Is all lavender edible? (Buds, I mean)
Jo Vanderhooft
02:18:55
omg yes! That is the story I heard--about tearing down the hawthorn tree
Jo Vanderhooft
02:19:03
I've heard that you sing to them when harvesting?
Sarah Shaw
02:19:38
Scultellaria lateriflora
Sarah Shaw
02:20:11
Sarah@hillsidebontanicals.com
Sarah Shaw
02:20:26
Sarah@itsvermont.com
Megan Beidler (she/her)
02:21:08
Thank you so much!! :)