Herbalism. You probably have a rough idea of what it is. The study of herbs? Botany something? An event people do at 4:20PM? Chances are there’s a tinge of mystery and a handful of questions about this simple yet complex term – so what exactly is Herbalism?
What is Herbalism?
Herbalism is the study and practice of using plants to support healing and promote health.* There are countless, naturally occurring remedies all around us; Herbalism is tapping into and benefiting from these profound natural resources.
What is an Herbalist?
An Herbalist is someone who studies medicinal plants and are experts in the powerful benefits they have to offer. Herbalists are trained to safely transform plants into potent, effective remedies for our bodies, minds, and souls. Herbalists may work with clients in a clinical setting, focus on education or work in plant conservation.
With so many avenues for health and wellness, why choose herbal remedies?
Herbal remedies are the most compatible natural remedy for the human body. Plants work with our bodies, enhancing our naturally, built-in bodily systems designed to keep us thriving. In other words, herbal remedies boost, guide, balance, process, what you’ve already got going on. They are pure, safe, and their efficacy is proven by thousands of years of use. Shall we go on?
How can Herbalism fit into my everyday life?
Drink water. Eat veggies. Get sleep. These are all things we (try) to do to live our best life. Consider Herbalism another tool in your box. Herbs can provide pro-active support, in-the-moment relief, or long-term ease for just about any discomfort or happening. Whether you’re increasing energy, boosting immunity, improving sleep, or balancing hormones, there’s an herb ready to make it happen.
Have a question?
We have on-staff herbalists and educators ready to answer any of your questions. Herbalism can be intimidating, and supplements are often overwhelming. We’re here for you! With decades of Herbalism under our belt, we hope to be your go-to herb expert and we’ll keep it real and relatable so you can feel at ease about adding herbs to your health and wellness toolbox.
For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, or sell any product.