In today’s world, we are often taught that, if we are sick, we ought to make an appointment with the family doctor. The doctor, we are told, knows everything one might need to know and, with honest intentions, will prescribe us pharmaceutical drugs that will heal us as quickly as possible. What if, however, you […]

Musings

December 6, 2019

6 Ways Conventional Medicine is Harming You

Dandelion, or Taraxacum officianale, was named from the French “dents de lion,” meaning “teeth of the lion.” This name was given due to its flower’s resemblance to the canines of, you guessed it, a lion. The first record of dandelion being used medicinally dates back as far as the 10th and 11th Centuries, though it is […]

Materia Medica

November 1, 2019

For the love of Dandelion (Taraxacum officianale)

“Herbalist” is a word that is becoming more commonplace as more people are exploring natural products or a more health-centric lifestyle. Although some rely on context to try and piece together its definition, most are left with questions and no one to whom they can look for answers. Wonder no longer. An herbalist is… An […]

Musings

October 4, 2019

What is an herbalist?