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Today Jennifer and Ellen are going to be talking with Jeannie Dunn, Director of Red Moon Herbs in Asheville North Carolina
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🌻About Jeannie Dunn:
As a professional herbalist and North Carolina native, Jeannie has been wildcrafting and making herbal extracts, oils, and salves for over a 15 years. She studied formally at both the NC School of Natural Healing and One World Healing Arts, but her herbal roots go much further back to the back-to-basics lifestyle infused in her as a child. Today, knowing the powerful healing properties of those ‘weeds’ she used to pull, Jeannie happily uses them in her fermentations, herbal extracts, and fun, medicinal elixirs.
🌿Western Herbalists who have inspired Jeannie: Robin Rose Bennett, Patricia K. Howell, Rosemary Gladstar, Rober Rogers, Ryan Drum, Phyllis D. Light, Richo Cech, Teresa Boardwine.
🌳Local to the Asheville NC area – Herbal Teachers:
Corinna Wood, Suki Roth, Doug Elliott, Lucretia Van Dyke, Wild Will Endres, Frank Cook, Melissa Fryar, Mimi Hernandez, Juliet Blankespoor, Marc Williams.
⭐To Contact Jeannie: jeannie [at ] redmoonherbs [dot] com
🌺Books We Talked About:
The Medicinal Herb Grower: A Guide for Cultivating Plants That Heal: 1
Making Plant Medicine
The Gift of Healing Herbs: Plant Medicines and Home Remedies for a Vibrantly Healthy Life
Healing Magic, 10th Anniversary Edition: A Green Witch Guidebook to Conscious Living
The Green Pharmacy
The Clan of the Cave Bear
Sastun: My Apprenticeship with a Maya Healer
🌼Why Stories From the Earth? Mankind’s relationship to the natural world is as diverse and dynamic as each individual plant, animal, mineral, and piece of geography. There are many ways that we can engage with our living planet, be it through herbalism, gardening, hiking and other explorations, meditation and observation, and even artistic expressions. There are many ways for us to connect, and it is important to do so, as the human species is not a separate entity from the whole web of life. Each takes their own path. This series explores some of the many ways in which people may weave a tapestry of meaning in coexistence and mutuality with what surrounds us, these are Stories From the Earth.
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