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Here are 4 of 8 quick interviews I did live with the FOX44 Local News crew about boosting immunity this winter using herbs. I focused on Fire Cider (and making your own!) as well as elderberry syrup, sage tea, ginger tea, turmeric and echinacea. The interviewer, Alaina Pinto, was lovely and game to taste all the strange brews. The morning news anchor also said she likes to take elderberry syrup. Slowly, but surely, herbs are making their way into mainstream consciousness.
- Vermont Center for Integrative HerbalismCo-Director, Faculty, Practitioner, 2007 - present
- Goddard College, Health Arts and SciencesFaculty, 2006 - 2013
- Tai Sophia Institute (now Maryland University of Integrative Health)MS, Clinical Herbal Medicine, 2005
- Goddard CollegeBA Sustainable/Traditional Medicine, 1998
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