Man hovers brain before him



Marjolaine Forest in conversation with Herbalist, Holistic Therapist and Teacher Chad Cornell. Chad discusses what works for him as a therapist in dealing with people who use psycho-active plants. How do we navigate this part of the illness in the best way possible?  What are the holistic perspectives and approaches that can come into play in our daily lives.


Part 1 – Spiritual Healing Crisis or Mental Illness

Part 2 – Spiritual Healing Crisis or Mental Illness

Part 3 – Spiritual Healing Crisis or Mental Illness


A Herbalist on Every Corner

LAMA LODRO, INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES CAN MAKE POSITIVE CHANGES – Chad Cornell with Lama Lodro discussing ecology, sustainable communities, erosion, pollution, the impact of different religious views and economic factors on the environment, the power of individuals and communities to make positive changes, and hope for the future.

CHAD CORNELL IN CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT DALE ROGERS  – 70% of pharmaceutical drugs are inspired from the wild, though the chemical complexity of fungi are nowhere near replicable in the lab. Sitting down with herbalist turned mycologist, Robert Rogers, we get the chance to talk about this and his latest book, The Fungal Pharmacy.



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On our way back from a family gathering in Saskatchewan we stopped for walk in the woods. It was only mid April, but by the time we returned to the car we were pulling wood-ticks off of ourselves and ...

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