New Article in Essential Herbal Magazine: November Issue!

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current-issue-smallYet another exciting new issue of Essential Herbal is here, filled with recipes, stories and knowledge to prime us all for the upcoming winter!  Always, a big thank you to Tina Sams for including my contributions.

Buy an issue now, or subscribe to the magazine by visiting the Essential Herbal Website.  Click here!

This edition is particularly special as it features important words from renowned herbalist Rosemary Gladstar, on the Fire Cider trademark debacle.  I’m sure many herbalists have been poised and waiting to hear her impressions and what she has to say, and she couldn’t have articulated herself, her role, and her feelings any better– truly both deeply knowledgeable and, at the same time, admirably humble.  She has won at least one more herbalist’s vote!

I was also pulled deep into Jamie Jackson’s (of Missouri Herbs) article on the hardships and struggle of homesteading– not only on how it is important to feel accomplished in what you choose to do on your land, but to also be easy on yourself and leave room for joyful, relaxed moments.  I have been involved deeply in a variety of homesteading/organic farming community projects already in my sparse years, and I can highly relate to the emphasis of balance, feeling torn between “doing everything” and “doing nothing.”  Her article was wonderful, I loved her perspective on wanting to accomplish but to also just be happy.  Incredibly comforting!

Check out Jamie Jackson’s website, products, and work here: Missouri Herbs.

My own article, “Slow Medicine” is featured as well as several other sterling herbal jewels.  My contributed article is a “re-mix” of a previous post, you can find that here.

Adrian White is a health, food, herbalism, agriculture, and sustainability freelance writer. She regularly contributes to Rodale’s Organic Life and Healthline, with bylines in The Guardian and Civil Eats. She is owner of Deer Nation Herbs and Jupiter Ridge organic farm. Hire her as a freelance writer for your projects, or even book an herbal educational health consultation with her if desired.

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