BLACKROCK HUT, Shenandoah National Park, Appalachian Trail
It has been one year since I set out on my grand Appalachian Adventure. It’s hardly believable that so much time has passed, and also how (in what ways) the time has passed. Continue reading Anniversary
Right now I’m reading about the effects of nightshades on individuals with autoimmune disease or otherwise compromised immune systems. For several months a little voice has been telling me to consider the nightshade family as a culprit, but my love for all things tomato and pepper related has not allowed me to seriously allow the prospect to become even a mental possibility. Just can’t wrap my head around no more stewed tomatoes. Salsa. Stuffed peppers. Babagannoush. Did I say stewed tomatoes already? Holy hell what would I do without them?!! Continue reading This Hiker’s Journey – On Sacrifice, Wellness, and Genuine-ness
Several weeks ago I gave an interview for the Real Herbalism Radio Project, talking about myself as an herbalist and my experiences on the Appalachian Trail. Here is part 1, and I’ll post part 2 as soon as it’s published.
Real Herbalism Radio Interview
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