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Dandelion: A Spring Tradition by Linda Conroy

“At least three green leaves a day for 30 days” I declared as I stood in the center of my overgrown “weedy” garden. I was planning to undertake a personal experiment. I was preparing to test the hypothesis of wild forgers, herbalists and the practices of traditional cultures around the globe. I wanted to know […]

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The Most Important Meal: Breakfast

This morning as I ate breakfast, I was thinking about how important breakfast is.i often hear from clients and students that they either don’t eat breakfast or they ingest sugary foods. Breakfast sets the stage for the day and for overall metabolism. I often brainstorm with folks about how they can realistically ingest protein, greens, […]

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Aronia Berries: Foraging this Native Shrub

Aronia (Aronia melanocarpa) is a native shrub in the eastern part of the United States. It is also grown as ornamental shrub in many areas. This shrub produces a berry that has become popular in the past couple of years for it’s health benefits. It is sometimes called chokeberry. This common name gives a clue […]

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Summer Updates 2012

Originally Posted April 9, 2014 Greetings. Summer has passed and I now have a little quiet time to write and share some of the happenings here at Moonwise Herbs. We had a very busy summer, running several of our intensives progams as well as attending fairs and festivals. We harvested food and medicine throughout the […]

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Cycles and Rhythms

Originally Published April 9, 2014 I began writing this on February 29, 2012. It is a leap year. A year where we are offered “an additional” day. It reminds me that days are artificially created. They are created so that we may have a common meeting frame of reference as a human race. And as […]

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