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Huge thanks to all who donated to our 24 hr facebook Foragemobile fundraiser! Your donations helped me compensate for part of the cost of the solar set up, and gave me funds to plan the winter tour (dates below) with … Continue reading
Join us for an herbalism retreat at Ananda Ashram (www.anandaashram.org) where we explore medicinal and edible wild plants, mushrooms, and explore herbal principles from medicine making, to healing, and constitutional herbal principles which apply to our yoga practice.
Check out our new seasonal tincture additions to the herbal apothecary!
This weekend, I’ll be teaching a round of classes in central NJ, seeking fruit, nuts, the last remaining greens, and hopefully, if we get rain, more fall mushrooms!
Datura is not a plant to take lightly, and is heavily misunderstood as a medicinal plant. Meanwhile the opiate epidemic is running rampant, and this plant is an amazing topical pain remedy.
Here’s a look at the Foragemobile in action.
When at friends houses, sometimes I have been running an extension cord to plug in my computer to continue to update my website, book classes, do my online foraging herbalist mentorship program (enrollment for 2018 coming in November) and write articles for #dirtmag as well as my upcoming book due out hopefully by spring of 2018.
In this video, Dan de Lion, of www.returntonature.us discusses a misunderstood but sacred plant; datura aka. Jimson weed, and its lesser known application as a topical pain relieving plant.
Once upon a time I got an email from a mom who's son had gall stones and they were contemplating surgery. She asked if there was anything that could be done. A plant who I wasn't very familiar with at … Continue reading
This upcoming Sunday, at 2 pm, join Dan de Lion of www.returntonature.us for a foraging class seeking wild mushrooms and plants for food and medicine in Princeton, NJ. $25 suggested donation. Email for meeting location to Dan@ReturntoNature.us Please help spread … Continue reading