Korean TV documentary on medicinal uses
The film refers to May as optimal harvest time, but, of course, that differences from place to place.
How wonderful it must be to live in a country that has “modern” medicine and deep herbal knowledge too.
The second half of the video is a bonus: Korean Qi Gong.
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A walk through the wild spring woods with Adam Haritan
The glorious eastern woods
Hey, do you live near southern Michigan? Can you get there?
Adam will be teaching at this annual fun gathering of foragers in June.
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In the woods with Adam Haritan
VIDEO A deep dive into the eastern woods
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My hope: That people all over the world see these videos and some are inspired create ones of similar quality and depth.
If you’re an Eastern Woodlands person, they will amplify your love and appreciation of where …
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A mediation on human dignity.
A short documentary on the daily life of a botanist in the mountains of Tajikistan.
Not a whole lot of specific plant information, but insight into the soul of a plant lover and a look at the rich plant life in an environment you don’t expect to find much.
It’s also a portrait and reminder of what human life is like away from our overdone …
In the 1980s, NASA spent millions of dollars on how to deal with unhealthy indoor environments.
They were interested in the big challenge of purifying air on space stations and long space flights.
Here’s what they came up with…
The simplest plant to take care of:
Sansevieria laurentii, also known as “mother-in-law’s tongue” and “snake plant.”
The original NASA paper is here:
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The ideal introduction to plants, herbs and “weeds” would be to have a grandmother (or grandfather) take us by the hand through the fields and woods from an early age.
In these “modern” times, few of us have that experience. Our guest on this installment of PlantWisdom.org, Dina Falcone, certainly didn’t.
Dina grew up in New York City’s East Village in the 1970s, an urban …
Earlier this year we did an interview with
of MeadowsandMore. Tama Matsuoka Wong
It was one of our most popular programs so I thought you might like to see her TED talk.
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Herbalism is not science “lite.”
It’s also not an alternative therapy.
It’s a sophisticated healing system unto itself that has played and continues to play an essential role in the care and survival of the human race.
This is a talk that David Hoffman gave to the American Herbalists Guild Symposium in Portland, Oregon on November 5th, 2005.
In it he addresses the subversion of herbalism by Big Business and …