Herbalist Robin Rose Bennett

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By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Peach Prunus persica I'm sweet, juicy, cooling, and moist, Relaxing nerves and tissue. I help you when you're not content In fact, I like to kiss you! I allay severe nausea -- This is one of my great gifts, Especially in pregnancy -- Use my flowers, leaves, or pits. I am such a beautiful tree, And I support your liver. My fuzzy fruit's round and luscious; Your life flows like a river. from The Gift of Healing Herbs: Plant Medicines and Home Remedies for a Vibrantly Healthy Life by R... read more.

  • September 19, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Wow, summer is almost over...and it has been an especially playful one for me. Since both my current books are done, I've had time to enjoy both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, as well as the forest and beautiful lakes where I live. The Gift of Healing Herbs has been out in the world for just five months now and I'm getting mail every day from people telling me how the herbs and the simple recipes in the book are helping them. I love getting these letters! It helps justify wayyy too many hours spent sittin... read more.

  • September 02, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

The herbs have been keeping me busy!! There's basil to turn into pesto...wild salad greens to gather daily, wild carrot to dry for infusions, bee balm to infuse in vinegar, and so much more!! I hope everyone is savoring summer and finding many moments of peace amid the swirling dramas of these days. Keep your heart nourished with community, move your body however you can, touch the ground regularly, sky-gaze, and keep things in perspective by taking the actions you can to improve things in your corn... read more.

  • August 08, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Hey friends, This has been my favorite summer drink in these hot, muggy days. Ginger-Lime Water Fresh ginger - 1/3 cup, grated Lime - 1 large, squeezed and then slivered First, grate the ginger and cover with 1 - 1 1/2 quarts of cold water. Bring to a boil. Turn off the flame and let stand for about one hour. (If your ginger is very fresh, you'll be able to make one more quart of infusion with this). Put 1/2 gallon or more of cold water in a pot and squeeze a fresh lime into it. Then cut... read more.

  • July 26, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Another report on our Native and Wild Green Medicine Garden: You're invited! Come to our next gardening day and get your hands in the earth, enjoy great company, and learn how to harvest and use commonly available, effective herbal medicine! We had an enthusiastic crew show up to the garden for our June date. One of the most fun aspects of the day was that great kids were there with their parents! Kids make any gardening day even more sunny! We continued to clear and clean out the beds to show off our m... read more.

  • July 16, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Wishing everyone a happy long weekend of celebrating not only your independence (Use it! Free your Mind, the rest will follow!) , but also your interdependence with all the physical life forms and archetypal, elemental energies on Earth and in the Universe/You-niverse! Remember: All plants are consciousness altering...we grow them in our gardens but they grow us when we take them into ourselves as food, medicine, or even simply by inhaling their lovely scents. Plants and trees know who they are and help yo... read more.

  • July 11, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

I'm looking forward to sharing the generous gifts of herbal medicine during this free webinar with Evolver Learning Lab! Click the snippet below to read more :)   "Extraordinary healings can and do happen every day. Sometimes they are instantaneous. What do you imagine is possible in the realm of healing yourself or another? Consider this question carefully, because reality follows your thoughts, emotions and imagination. Or, as author and astrologer Caroline Casey says, 'Imagination lays the tra... read more.

  • June 23, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Had a fun and magical day of learning with the beautiful Greenwood Apprentice Circle men today! And we finally remembered to take a picture! We worked with our interrelationship with the archetypal elements of Air, Fire, Water, and Earth, as well as Below (within), Above (outward) and the Sacred Center. We gathered and studied plantain leaf as our primary herb of the day, drinking a delicious infusion made from both narrow and broad leaf plantain that I'd gathered and dried from my wild gardens last... read more.

  • June 13, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Blog

Hennng's Local in Eldred, NY is not only a fabulous restaurant, worth a trip from anywhere, but the book launch party there in early May was a beautiful event for everyone. Friends, new friends, students, teachers, gathered together and enjoyed delicious hors doevres while we chatted and I signed books, and Karen Flood the beautiful illustrator sined books, too. The setting is magical and friends showed up and entertained us with music. I did some readings form The Gift of Healing herbs.    I'll... read more.

  • June 02, 2014

By Robin Bennett, Posted in Interview

Join Karyn Sanders as she interviews Robin Rose Bennett; herbalist, teacher and author. Enjoy their exploration of the world of healing and plants... read more.

  • May 08, 2014