Jan 122015
 

Nearly a year ago Tiffany and I connected first on Twitter, and what followed was a steady correspondence about all things aromatherapy, herbalism and just chats about every day stuff. We talked a lot about her books, The Art of Herbalism and The Craft of Herbalism, which, at that time, were the first editions, and I reviewed The Art of Herbalism, an excellent guide on medicinal herbs, formulas and procedures. I also received The Craft of Herbalism, but waited with a review until expanded edition was published as during summer, Tiffany was busy writing expanded editions of both The Art of Herbalism and The Craft of Herbalism; for the later I wrote a review a while ago. Readers of Nature […]

Interview with Tiffany M. Psichopaidas, Author of The Art of Herbalism and The Craft of Herbalism
Nov 172014
 

A while ago I reviewed The Art of Herbalism, the first out of two books written by a renowned certified clinical master herbalist Tiffany M. Psichopaidas, which offers a vast knowledge on how to prepare your own herbal medicinal and beauty products, along with an extensive formulary of many herbs and their properties. Today, I will be reviewing her second book, The Craft of Herbalism, an expanded edition. “The Craft of Herbalism presents formulations and ideas that highlight just how versatile herbs can be. From beauty products that you can make yourself, and on to the family medicine cabinet, I have endeavored to make this book a useful and reliable source for all things herbal.” ~ Tiffany M. Psichopaidas The […]

The Craft of Herbalism Review
Jun 042014
 

“Simplers” is what people were called long before they began to be referred to as “Herbalists”. A Simpler tended to be an intuitive person who had developed a trusting relationship with Nature to provide all that they needed to live a self-sufficient life. ~ The Art of Herbalism When you journey from synthetic cosmetic products into the wonderful world of products made from natural ingredients, you may say you’ve developed (another) trusting relationship with Nature. Natural ingredients, found in natural organic cosmetic products offer a variety of skin treatments. The same can be said for herbs used as natural remedies for other health concerns: sore muscles, respiratory problems, menstrual problems, fever, sleep problems, nausea, coughing, anxiety and many more. Tiffany […]

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