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Autumnal Equinox – Friday, September 22, 2017

Published on September 21, 2017 under News
On Friday September 22, 2017, the Sun will enter Libra, crossing the equator and marking the Autumnal Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and the Vernal Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere. The name ‘equinox’ comes from the Latin aequus (equal) and…
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Herbal Support for Insomia

Published on August 18, 2017 under News
Herbal Support for Insomia
Written by Lisa Ray. -- It is an interesting coincidence that I am writing this on Sunday night since typically this was the night of the week where sleep used to elude me.  Typically on…
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An Introduction to Permaculture

Published on August 10, 2017 under News
An Introduction to Permaculture
Written by our friends at Orlando Permaculture. Join us for their class series "Holistic Living Through the Permaculture Lens" beginning September 10th! -- The term permaculture comes from the words “permanent” and “culture. “ However, many…
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Online Store is Live! Shop to Support

Published on July 16, 2017 under News
Online Store is Live! Shop to Support
Our Online Store is now live! Visit this link to see all of our products, including Orlando Grief Care Project t-shirts and Soul Care Kits, Florida Herbal Conference Merch, Herb Books, and more! [ecwid widgets="productbrowser…
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Materia Medica: Chaya

Published on July 6, 2017 under Garden
Materia Medica: Chaya
I cringe when I hear the word "superfood" uttered in a mixed crowd. Between GOOP and Dr Oz, health and nutrition fads fill up my Facebook feed daily, and they fade into distant memory as…
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Swamp Medicine: Healing Plants of Central Florida

Published on June 23, 2017 under Garden
Swamp Medicine: Healing Plants of Central Florida
See notes and slides from Emily's presentation at this link. Herbalist Emily Ruff presented "Swamp Medicine: Healing Plants of Central Florida" at the 2017 International Herb Symposium, highlighting medicinal plants growing in the subtropical climate…
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