Resources for Health & Resiliency

Greetings! Listed here are nutritional, herbal, and wellness recommendations that I have found effective both personally and professionally. I do not receive anything from these companies whose products are mentioned. These wellness strategies may help ease symptoms, reduce toxic multi-system overload, and bring renewed energy. I’ve been steadily building this list since the beginning of my practice, at first given to clients as a printed handout to go with their herbs and eventually made public with the intention of making reliable holistic healthcare as accessible as possible.

For a more personalized plan with custom herbal formulas, you can schedule an initial 15-minute discussion with me over the phone to see if I’m a good fit for your health needs.

~ Deia Pauline, Clinical and Energetic Herbalist – RH, AHG.

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Resources For Health

Resources For Health

Water Is Life!: Hydration is crucial for our bodies to function and as we get older our tissues tend to dry out. Most of us are dehydrated and we don’t even know it. The most common advice is to drink at least 8 glasses in small increments throughout the day as our bodies can only absorb it at a slow rate. […]

Robust Immunity During A Pandemic

Robust Immunity During A Pandemic

Accessible and Easy-To-Use Herbal Medicines & Wellness Tips to support our Immune, Circulatory and Respiratory Systems. This info was composed from numerous herbal classes, podcasts, and shared clinical experiences and books during COVID-19. Credit is given throughout and a comprehensive resource list of links is listed for those of you who desire a deeper dive. Many of the herbs listed […]

My Training & Experience

My Training & Experience

I’m a bookworm and obsessive learner who spends time reading, writing, listening to trauma-informed wellness podcasts, home cooking, running a socially-conscious grassroots herbal company and spending as much time in nature as possible. You may catch me dancing to house music beneath the stars.  Trained as a Wilderness First Responder and Emergency Medical Technician, street medic, and hospice caregiver, I […]

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Herbal Medicine? Herbal medicine is the art and science of skillfully collecting, preparing, and using plants and fungi to promote health, prevent and treat illness. Medicinally, an herb is any plant part or plant used for its therapeutic value. Herbal medicine is at the root of humanity’s great healing traditions and is still the most widely used system […]

Herbal Medicine is…

Herbal Medicine is…

Herbal Medicine Is…. at the root of humanity’s great healing traditions and is still the most widely used system of medicine in the world today. It can be described as the art and science of skillfully collecting, preparing, and using plants and fungi to promote health, prevent and treat illness. Medicinally, an herb is any plant part or plant used for […]

Police Violence Herbal Aftercare

Police Violence Herbal Aftercare

Herbal First Aid Aftercare For All Who Have Endured Police Violence: Chemical Weapons detox, handcuff injuries, nervous system nourishment and more. Humans and plants have an interwoven relationship extending far back into our history. Our bodies have evolved in constant conversation with plants, developing receptor sites for chemicals only the plants produce. When we turn to plants for healing, we […]

Books & More!

Books & More!

A Few Great Herbal Books: Medicinal Herbs: A Beginners Guide: 33 Herbs to Know, Grow, and Use” by Rosemary Gladstar (Any books by Rosemary Gladstar for Family & Women) Herbal Therapeutics and Adaptogens by David Winson. (Great reference books) Herbal Repertory in Clinical Practice by Michael Moore, SWSBM Medicinal Plants of the Pacific Northwest and all other field guides, website […]

Sustainability Practices

Sustainability Practices

Sustainability Practices My dedication to sustainability and quality has led me to using only organic plant medicine supporting medicinal growers.  I prepare medicines with intention and in their natural whole forms: seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers. Alcohol-based tinctures are organic and biodynamically-grown. Very few herbs I use are wild harvested out of respect for the Indigenous peoples whose […]