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 of medicine in the world today. 

Do herbs work with other modalities?

Yes. Herbal plant medicines support and nurture our body’s innate healing capacity, called Vitalism. Botanicals and Mushrooms can work in conjunction with other health care modalities to promote an integrative and complementary health care program. Herbalism is preventative therapy and support your body through acute situations and in chronic dis-ease.

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What is The American Herbalist Guild and Code of Ethics?

As a member of the American Herbalists Guild, I operate under a code of ethics, which includes informed consent, confidentiality, do no harm, and peer review. You may read the full code of ethics here

Can I book you for Herbal Wellness and First Aid at Events?

Yes. See Grassroots Apothecary.

What payment do you accept?

I accept cash, checks, money order, and PayPal.

Cancellation Notice

Please give at least 24 hours notice for a cancellation. A cancellation fee will be assessed and/or deposit required for rebooking if you do not cancel your appointment with 24 hour notice.

What’s MASHH?

I am also part of Medicine for All Seeking Health and Healing (MASHH) in the Pacific NorthWest. We organize clinical support and medical supplies & to a variety of off-grid events including gatherings and festivals; forest defense campaigns, indigenous lands rights actions, and base clinics at social justice movements, as well as Mutual Aid Disaster Relief.