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Welcome to Columbine’s School of Botanical Studies Herbalism Pages
The art and science of herbalism is a practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts promoting health, and preventing and modifying illness. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical herbalism, and herbal medicine.
Articles & Notes from Columbine’s School of Botanical Studies
About Specific Herbs:
No, it isn’t Osha, but a close relative with similar uses, and it’s discussed in detail on the.
Read some ethnocentric class notes for.
I thought you wanted to learn more about, Artemisia douglasiana , or was I just dreaming? You can even compare this with Christopher Hedley’s on Artemisia.
If you cut your finger installing that new modem, perhaps, Achillea millefolium, will interest you.
If you are concerned about Hypericum toxicity, check out the unabridged version offrom the Herb List.
Arecipe from deep in the dusty throat of this wandering wildcrafter. Saved from obscurity in the herb list archives by none other than Henriette.
Concerned about the fire in your mouth? Here’s a short one on herbs for.
, originally published in Healing Currents, is about dissolving partnerships, otherwise known as breaking-up with your sweetie.
Is the new Bio-energized Manchurian Enzymated Blue Green Algae suspended in a base of Tea Tree Essiac solution what you need this season? Or just some Violet syrup? Perhaps the post onwill help to enlighten you. New material as published in the 1996 Summer Solstice issue of Talking Leaves .
Additional Herbalism Articles of Interest
So YOU’RE an Herbalist? Know your rights. Here in the United States of America, the legality of practicing herbalism is a poorly defined grey area. Protect yourself, or at least entertain yourself, with the following links.
. Under the General Laws of the Colonies taken over by the U.S.A., these rights are still in force in the original thirteen states, and have never been repealed.
from the American Herbalists Guild. (3/08)
Checklist foras an herbalist from the Rocky Mountain Herbal Institute.
as an herbalist from the Rocky Mountain Herbal Institute.
Mailing Lists and Newsgroups
The large and informativeis a collection of some of the best information from cyberspace’s herbal mailing lists and newsgroups. Maintained by cyberspace’s Herbal Archivist, Henriette Kress.
Henriette’s Herbal Homepage:
Henriette’s Herbal Homepage:
Other Quality Herbal Links
Paul Bergner’scontains issues of the USA’s own journal for clinical herbalism. Together with the which includes links to online journals and databases, Paul has put together one top-notch site.
contains current class information, a library of medicinal herb downloads, and a mega-archive of medicinal plant pictures.
: Before you write me asking where to find information on Oplopanaxor some other herb on the net, try here first. Much of this information is for the learned who understand multisyllabic medical words ending in -itis.
Can’t figure out that herbal, medical, or anatomical term? Searchfrom his home page.
Michael Tierra’sis on the web. This site is filling with original Michael material.
Herbal fun from the keeper of the medicinal and culinary FAQ’s.
Grieve’sis now available on the net.
Freeaccess on the net from the National Library of Medicine. Find out what happens when you place one isolated chemical from your favorite herb in a petri dish with microsomal liver tissue from mice!