Getting Connected with Herbalist, Liz Neves

Season #1 Episode #28

Today's podcast is a super special treat. I had the honor of interviewing Liz Neves, a beautiful herbalist and healer, dream guide, reiki practitioner, living and teaching in Lenapehoking (mainly Brooklyn, NY). She's also the author of  Northeast Medicinal Plants: Identify Harvest and use 111 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness (Timber Press)., as well as being a woman offering a really cool new program called INFUSE. Her classes are inspired by herbalism, earth-based spirituality, and ancient wisdom teachings. Her herbalist’s path is led by her experiences and guidance from dreams. Liz believes we learn our greatest lessons directly from the natural world, from dreams, from the plants, and from our own internal guidance.

This interview with Liz felt healing in and of itself. We discuss favorite herbs, some favorite people and teachers, and some favorite resources for enhancing your own education. We discuss what it’s like to really explore your own connection to plants, to place, and two each other. She even guides us on a fantastic meditation (37:00)  and you're definitely gonna want to tune in for that.

Liz shares some wonderful resources she uses to keep tabs on which of our plant friends are struggling & thriving, where, and when. Check the end of these show notes for links.

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Make sure you're nourishing your body and you're taking care of you from the inside out. Remember, different bodies react to herbs in different ways. The information presented is in no way meant to diagnose or remedy any ailment. Find out what works for you with the help of a certified herbalist, naturopathic practitioner, or other health There’s a variety of ways to get this plant medicine in your body --tinctures, salves & balms, teas, etc. check out Mountain Mel’s herbal products at mountainmels.com. Use code THP15 at checkout to receive  15% off just for listening. Or make your own with bulk herbs from our partners at Mountain Rose Herbs or Oshala Farms.

And if you really like learning about all kinds of herbs and how you can use them together, please go ahead and join me over in our Herbalist's Path Facebook Group. Visit us at theherbalistspath.com to check out upcoming courses & workshops and see links below for specific upcoming events. 

Thanks for joining me today. Let’s inspire a movement where there’s an herbalist in every home...again! Together we can make herbalism #spreadlikewildflowers

LINKS:
Gathering Ground & INFUSE
Northeast Medicinal Plants: Identify Harvest and use 111 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness
Northeast Foraging: 120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Beach Plums to Wineberries  by Leda Meredith
USDA Plants Database
NatureServe
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
United Plant Savers
Go Botany




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