MEDICAL AROMATHERAPY: UNIQUE OILS AND HYDROSOLS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
2021-04-31 08:53 By Robert Rogers     I became an herbalist in 1972. And yet, for nearly two decades, with the exception of eucalyptus and peppermint oils, I was unaware of the health benefits of ...
ROBERT - CHICKEN OF THE WOODS
2021-01-25 20:44 LAETIPORUS SULPHUREUS [BULL.] MURILL Laetiporus comes from the Latin meaning “a wealth of pores;” sulphureus means “a bright yellow color.” The beautiful yellow-orange colored...
CHAD - CONVERGENCE
2020-04-15 16:30 The human predicament of suffering, and the suffering of all creatures is a part of nature’s design. All things are given birth and will eventually decay and die. All of us will form attachments...
CHAD - ABOUT SPRING CLEANSING
2020-04-07 13:41 Things We Should All Know About Spring Cleansing   z1. That we need it! Though we do not want to become neurotic about ideas of being clean versus impure - there is a very practical side to the...

Robert has written over thirty books on herbs and mushrooms. Robert has been a student of plant medicine for nearly 40 years, including 18 years as a clinical herbalist. He is an assistant clinical professor in the faculty of Family Medicine at the University of Alberta.

 

AUTHOR, ROBERT DALE ROGERS, RH (AHG)

HERBALIST, CHAD CORNELL M. H.

Chad Cornell, Master Herbalist. has been passionately studying and practicing natural healing methods for the past 25 years.  He is well steeped in the traditions of both Eastern and Western Herbalism as well as other long standing methods of natural healing and is actively involved in educating audiences ranging from children to university medical students, school teachers to nature retreat groups. 

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