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Plant knowledge, medicine making tips, interviews and advice on how to skill up to strengthen collective autonomy, self-defence and resilience to climate change, capitalism and state violence. Learning and inspiration from grassroots healthcare initiatives and frontline herbal projects worldwide.
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Follow along on our journey of living off-grid on our 42 acre homestead in western Colorado as well as running a medicinal herb farm and creating seasonal herbal products to meet the needs of our community. Other topics discussed will include planning and goal setting for your best life, the importance of community building, and tons of DIY projects for the farmstead. Help keep the show going by checking out our online farm store at foxandelder.com/shop. We appreciate your support so, so much!
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My name is Sandy, and I received my formal Herbalist training at the Herbal Academy of New England, even though I had already been studying Herbs and Alternative Medicine for many, many years. Where most people read books, I spend my time studying Medical Research Papers! LOL. I want to share with you Herbal Remedies for many popular ailments and diseases, in the hope that this information will help someone. I also share my own Personal Experiences with these Herbal Remedies.
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In this episode, Nicole (she/her) talks all about the new Herbalism and State Violence book! She shares about the different sections and content of the book, where to buy it and more. The book blurb: State violence is a brutal reality for vast numbers of people. It is an experience that is racialised, classed and gendered in its design and applicat…
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When you’re an herbalist, it’s normal to get questions from people about herbs. Usually they’re thinking that it’s a simple question, and expecting a simple response: “What’s good for IBS?” “Chamomile.” But the truth is a lot more complex than that! When you learn about herbalism, you come to understand that there are no herbs “for” any disease sta…
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This is an interview with Rasheeqa Ahmad (she/her) a herbalist based in Walthamstow, east London. In this episode we explore what community herbalism can mean in practice, drawing on Rasheeqa’s decade of organising as a herbalist in her local area. We learn about the Community Apothecary project, as well as other current and previous herbal project…
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We continue this week with Katja’s series: Starting Your Herbal Business! Today the focus is on an herb shop or herbal apothecary, with or without a tea bar for tastings and treats. Running an herb shop involves a fair amount of administrative work: ordering, stocking, inventory, payment processing, taxes, etc. Sharpen up your spreadsheets, folks! …
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This episode is an interview with Layla K. Feghali (she/her), an ethnobotanist and cultural worker living between Lebanon and California. We talk about the current iteration of genocide in Gaza, and the need for resistance, rage and action. Layla shares her experiences within herbalism and how folks can support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions…
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This week Katja brings you the first in a new series we’ve been wanting to produce for you: Starting Your Herbal Business! Today the focus is on herbal products – tinctures, salves, elixirs, tea blends, all that good stuff! Listen in for a simple explanation of what you’ll need to know if you want to build an herbal products business of your own. I…
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Today we reach the end of our apothecary shelves! This series started way back with episode 170 on Achillea & Acorus, and today in episode 227 we’ve finally come to Zingiber. Today’s entire episode is all about ginger. (Yes, it deserves its own entire episode. If you don’t already believe it, we will convince you!) We discuss Katja’s evolving prefe…
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We’ve reached our penultimate Herbs A-Z episode this week, and we’re highlighting ashwagandha & prickly ash – it’s prickly ashwagandha! Withania somnifera, ashwagandha, is an herb Katja takes every single day. Usually, she gets it in the form of “notCoffee”, a formula of various roots and herbs blended to offer sustained energy and endocrine supppo…
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Content warning – prison, racism, suicide, self-harm, medical neglect, chronic illness, trauma This is part four of a workshop that explores herbalism, incarceration and abolition. This particular section introduces abolition (very briefly!) as well as the roles of herbalists in abolitionist movements. About the workshop: This workshop explores the…
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Content warning – prison, racism, suicide, self-harm, medical neglect, chronic illness, trauma This is part four of a workshop that explores herbalism, incarceration and abolition. This particular section introduces healing from prison and herbal support for trauma. About the workshop: This workshop explores the role of herbalism in supporting pris…
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Content warning – prison, racism, suicide, self-harm, medical neglect, chronic illness, trauma This is part three of a workshop that explores herbalism, incarceration and abolition. This particular section introduces practicing herbalism in prison based on Nicole’s (she/her) experiences inside with testimonies from people inside that have worked wi…
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Content warning - prison, racism, suicide, self-harm, medical neglect, chronic illness, trauma This is part two of a workshop that explores herbalism, incarceration and abolition. This particular section introduces the health impacts of incarceration, looking at medical neglect in prison, as well as what makes incarceration so traumatic. About the …
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Content warning - prison, racism, suicide, self-harm, medical neglect, chronic illness, trauma This is part one of a workshop that explores herbalism, incarceration and abolition. This particular section introduces incarceration and the prison industrial complex, with a focus on the so-called UK and US. About the workshop: This workshop explores th…
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Hi friends! Happy New Year! We're back with our first episode of 2024 where we reflect on what we accomplished in 2023, share some big life events that happened, and then dive into our goals for this coming year. We talk about goals for our land/homestead, the farm business, our tattoo studio, our health, and more. We'd also love to hear about your…
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We have just three episodes remaining in our Herbs A-Z series! Today’s show features mullein and blue vervain. Verbascum thapsus, mullein, deserves its reputation as an effective remedy for dry respiratory conditions. Its leaf is a great ally when your home heating system dries out the air inside, or when your area is hit by wildfire smoke. But mul…
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In this episode, Nicole (she/her) shares the 2023 Solidarity Apothecary Review and plans for 2024! The episode signposts to all sorts of resources from free workshops, to upcoming courses, podcast episodes, crowdfunders and more. Content warning – some references to prison, suicide, border violence, pregnancy Links & resources from this episode 202…
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DECEMBER SALE: 20% off every course & program we offer, all month long! Use code KINDNESS at checkout! As we draw near the end of our tour of the home apothecary herbs, today we come to nettle and bilberry. Urtica dioica, nettle, is an herb who can help with a really vast array of health issues. Sometimes we half-jokingly refer to “nettle deficienc…
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DECEMBER SALE: 20% off every course & program we offer, all month long! Use code KINDNESS at checkout! This week we return to our home herbal apothecary shelves and discuss two medicinal barks: slippery elm and cat’s claw. Ulmus rubra, slippery elm, is an at-risk plant. We don’t work with it frequently, for this reason – other demulcents will usual…
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Hey friends! Mike is back on the podcast with me to discuss essential tools for your homestead. We start off by talking about hand tools and then progress to battery-operated power tools and corded power tools. Mike answers some of my questions and we share things we've learned over the years. We think this is useful info even if you aren't homeste…
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Content warning - explicit references to state violence, murder, torture, raids, imprisonment This episode is an interview with Boris (he/him) from Anarchist Black Cross Belarus (ABC) about life under dictatorship, solidarity and resistance. We talk about what the reality of dictatorship means and how even under dictatorship, collective solidarity …
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In this episode, Nicole (she/her) shares five reasons to join the Herbalism, PTSD and Traumatic Stress course which is closing for enrolment on Thursday 2nd November 10pm BST! She shares more about the course, why it matters and why it can be transformational for folks working through it. Links & resources from this episode Herbalism, PTSD and Trau…
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In this episode, Nicole (she/her) talks about herbal support for panic attacks. We explore what is a panic attack and why they happen, how to reduce activation in the sympathetic nervous system and how plant medicines can support this. We look at herbs that can be taken acutely during a panic attack, as well as those that can help prevent panic att…
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In this episode, Nicole (she/her) introduces nervines - herbs with an affinity for the nervous system. We explore the differences between five kinds of nervines - Relaxant nervines, Hypnotic nervines, Nerve Tonics, Cardiac nervines and Stimulating nervines. Learn what these herbal actions mean and why they are so important to herbalists and anyone …
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This episode is an interview with Cyree Jarelle Johnson (he/him) from the organisation Sins Invalid that is a disability justice based performance project that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities, centralising artists of colour and LGBTQ / gender-variant artists as communities who have been historically marginalised. Cyree also descr…
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Today our featured herbs are red clover & damiana – two complementary fluid-moving remedies. Red clover (Trifolium pratense) has a reputation as an herb that “cures breast cancer”. That’s not the way we talk or think about it, but it’s worth digging in to why people say that! What underlies the claim is an observable effect: the plant can diminish …
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This episode is an interview with Diffwys Criafol (she/her) a former anarchist organiser, mother and writer who is writing in order to process class-related trauma and how our social movements are so anthemic to working class people. In this episode we discuss narratives around class, how they can flatten people’s experiences, concepts such as the …
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Episode 46 of the Frontline Herbalism Podcast is an interview with Dr. Ghassan Hamdan of Palestinian Medical Relief Society (PMRS). PMRS is a grassroots NGO that's provided a much needed response to the medical crises caused by the occupation. PMRS' workers, like other Palestinian medical workers, are constantly targeted by the occupation forces. O…
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Hey friends! October 20th marks one year of us living off-grid on our land in Colorado, so we thought it would be nice to take an episode to reflect on everything we've accomplished so far! We also dive into how our lifestyle has shifted living so remotely, some of the unexpected challenges we've faced, what we really value and consider to be luxur…
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This super brief episode is just to announce that the Herbalism, PTSD & Traumatic Stress course is open for enrolment!!! Links & resources from this episode Herbalism, PTSD & Traumatic Stress Course Previous podcast episode all about the course (episode 14) Find them all at solidarityapothecary.org/podcast/ Support the show Music from Sole & DJ Pai…
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This episode is an interview with Amani (she/her) all about trauma and chronic illness. We talk about her experiences with chronic illness, connections to childhood trauma, medical neglect and the effects of repeated hospitalisations. We talk about medical gaslighting, prejudice around chronic illness and what meaningful support and solidarity can …
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This episode is an interview with Aiyana Goodfellow (he/she/they) about age trauma, youth oppression and youth liberation. Aiyana is an abolitionist, writer, liberator and delinquent. We discuss their new book - INNOCENCE & CORRUPTION: An abolitionist understanding of youth oppression. We explore how children are some of the most at risk, coerced, …
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This episode is an interview with Rob (he/him) about trauma and addiction. We explore what is active addiction, how it relates to trauma, how addiction affects people, families and communities, and so much more. We talk about how people in active addiction are dehumanised and criminalised, support structures for recovery and everything in between! …
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This brief episode introduces the plans for Season 3 of the Frontline Herbalism Podcast. Links & resources from this episode Herbalism, PTSD & Traumatic Stress Course Find them all at solidarityapothecary.org/podcast/ Support the show Music from Sole & DJ Pain – Battle of Humans | Plant illustrations by @amani_writes | In solidarity, please subscri…
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We’re on the final shelf of our home apothecary, and today we’re talking about thyme & linden! Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is our absolute favorite herb for a steam. Herbal steams are an amazing way to bring the plant’s medicinal actions into the lungs and sinuses – and the ear canal and eyes, too! Thyme’s a great steam herb because it’s so rich in vol…
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This episode is an interview with Victor (he/him) from the Mobile Herbal Clinic Calais, a dedicated monthly clinic serving refugees in Northern France. We talk about the situation in Calais and Dunkirk, what the clinic does, the medicines the project produces and uses, relationships to other medical services and so much more. Links & resources from…
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This episode is an interview with Matilda (she/her) living in North East Syria (NES). We talk about the revolutionary situation in the region, medicine and other healthcare work, the collective honouring of fallen comrades and how collective life helps prevent PTSD. Matilda shares the importance of seeing medical work in a revolutionary context and…
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This episode builds on interview one which was an episode with Alexis (he/him) about street medic work at demonstrations, actions and riots in France. Part two is the audio version of the resource 'From France with Gloves: A story of healing in social struggles'. It introduces the various weapons used by the French police, how to protect yourself f…
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This episode is an interview with Alexis (he/him) about street medic work at demonstrations, actions and riots in France. We talk about the escalation in police and war weapons used against people, the role of street medics, training, and the broader context of of riot medicine in people's self defense. Content warning - references to police violen…
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This episode shares a report from a medic working at the frontline in Ukraine. It talks about areas of work, the risk and danger involved, profiles of injuries, the needs and necessities of the coming time, challenges of organising and more. Content warning - graphic references to death and injuries. Links & resources from this episode MSDN website…
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This episode is an interview with Outis (he/him) in Poland talking about manufacturing for medical self-defense! We discuss his projects including developing 3D printed tourniquets for MSDN projects while having broader conversations about resisting capitalism and the state through creating autonomous manufacturing infrastructure. Links & resources…
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