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I’m delighted to have my good friend and fellow herbalist Kami McBride on the podcast today. Kami is the author of Herbal Kitchen and teaches online courses on how to grow your confidence and skills using herbs in your daily life for prevention and herbal self-care.
Kami has over thirty years of experience teaching herbal medicine. Her teaching is steeped in her calling to inspire a culture that embraces caring for our bodies with healing herbs, a deep connection with the earth, and a lifestyle that passes this knowledge to our children. She has taught herbal medicine at the University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing, and the Integral Health Master’s program at the California Institute of Integral Studies.
Kami has helped thousands of families learn how to use herbs for prevention and self-care, and I’m thrilled to share our conversation with you in today’s episode.
The plants always remind me of the rhythms of the waxing and waning of life. I think that’s part of it. I love being part of that and learning, and watching, and seeing how my life is always reflected in the earth and how I can participate more deeply as a human.
What You’ll Learn from This Episode
- [02:00] The beginning of Kami’s journey in the plant world
- [07:31] Kami’s inspiration for choosing lavender
- [09:54] About using lavender in salt glows
- [16:16] The healing power of creating “lavender moments.”
- [19:41] Information about lavender as carminative
- [22:39] Kami’s current herbal oil projects
- [27:51] Kami shares her thoughts on how herbs instill hope
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