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Guido Masé
Works at Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism
Attends Field, Wood and Road
Lives in Burlington, Vermont
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Should you feel lost
It's cold enough to start the car ten minutes before it's time to leave - try to find an island of warmth in the sharp, vast morning, set aside respite as you rush through, scrape off soft, thin frost as if it weren't a miracle
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Eddies
A short stroll on a warm day in early winter. The white flowers of black hellebore. The push and pull leaves eddies. When the sun grows weak, extinguished By time too long spent in southern seas And tricks you, who know the season (The last squash rotting i...
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#Running, even just 5-10 min/day, cuts risk of dying by 29%, dying from heart disease by 50%. http://content.onlinejacc.org/article.aspx?articleID=1891600 … n=55k, 15yrs followup
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thats so funny! ...cuts my risk of dying? I didn't know it was a risk- I though it was inevitable... but if you say so I may just run for immortality ! ;)
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Stephen Wolfram: 'The textbook has never interested me' http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/jun/29/stephen-wolfram-textbook-never-interested-me-wolframalpha < his book, A New Kind of Science, I highly recommend
Zoë Corbyn on the British child genius who abandoned physics to devote himself to coding and the cosmos
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Sounds like someone I already know.
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Integrative Herbalism, the journal of VCIH, is available free online. 280 pages of detailed herbal research. http://www.vtherbcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Journal2014.pdf …
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Thanks Guido!
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Our herb school, VCIH, serves the local community in part by offering over $15,000 per year in herbs as gifts for those in need. We foster alternative economic models through work-trade and local time banks. We train excellent, compassionate clinicians who help to grow the reach of herbal medicine all across the country. Now, through an indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, you have the chance to help us in our efforts, as well as learn more about what exactly happens in our classroom and community clinic. Tell your friends!
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No more "controversy" please. Phytoestrogens from soy and red clover are safe & improve outcomes in breast cancer.
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Or you can eat whole traditional forms of soy like tempeh and miso. It's simple enough to explain and it allows people to incorporate healthy foods into their diet as opposed to focusing on tea (which I am assuming is the way most people would take red clover), which is a harder sell for some people. 
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A Dram of Bitters
A little something to start the week. It comes from Rebecca Seiferle's excellent collection, called "Bitters", which holds poems that explore, and sometimes celebrate, the challenging times of life. And isn't it curious that, at these times, we as humans ha...
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Hawthorn - Legends, Pharmacology, Recipes
The following is a summary of a class on ecological integration, bioflavonoids, and the Hawthorn tree . I will present these stories and review the research at the upcoming 2014 HerbFolk gathering - I hope you can attend!   Hawthorn blooms in May, often in ...
Hawthorn blooms in May, often in the first week of the month in warmer climates, though it takes a little longer to get into bloom in Vermont. Often called "lady of the May", the tree has always been associated with a feminine energy, an embodiment of the white Goddess.
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Found a nice stand of purple fringed orchid (Habenaria psycodes) swampside. Its fragrance is unique, unforgettable.
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Wow. These folks truck around with a full herb garden, install it anywhere, and teach about herbal medicine. http://inhabitat.com/giant-traveling-herb-garden-teaches-about-herbal-medicine/
A giant 60-meter garden shaped like a man is traveling around Japan to educate people about herbal medicine.
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Herbman! Who knew? Pretty amazing and unexpected!
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Our dream is real
This is a transcript / copy of my presentation at the recent Urban Moonshine herbal conference up here in Vermont, on the shores of Lake Champlain, at beautiful Shelburne Farms. It was a great event, I was honored to be able to address the whole group and t...
This is a transcript / copy of my presentation at the recent Urban Moonshine herbal conference up here in Vermont, on the shores of Lake Champlain, at beautiful Shelburne Farms. It was a great event, I was honored to be able to address the whole group and talk about how to leverage the strengths ...
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Clinical herbalist, herbal educator, garden steward.
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  • Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism
    Cofounder Codirector, 2007 - present
  • Urban Moonshine
    Chief Herbalist, 2011 - present
  • Grian Herbs
    I make some tinctures, 1998 - 2012
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Burlington, Vermont
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Montpelier, Vermont - Ithaca, NY - Austin, TX - Middletown, CT - Westwood Hills, KS - Ferrara, Italy - Bressanone, Italy - Loliondo, Tanzania
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Herbalist, author, runner, dad.
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  • Field, Wood and Road
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