Guest host Renée Camila interviews Blanca Diaz of Mama Maiz. Listen in as they unpack decolonization within the context of herbalism, traditional ways, and ancestral reclamation.
The Herbal Highway
1:00 PM Pacific Time: Tuesdays
The Herbal Highway enhances the community’s knowledge of herbal medicine and alternative choices to standard medical practices for healing. In order to have balanced life, The Herbal Highway actively supports and promotes Indigenous land rights, protection of sacred sites and the sustainability of the Earth as integral parts of individual, community and global healing.
Hosted and produced by Karyn Sanders and Sarah Holmes.
Join Sarah Holmes in championing plants. In part two of this series she explores practices for respectful use of plants as well as celebrates more of our California Native plants. Part two of two. Fund drive.
Listen in as Sarah Holmes champions plants. She explores the importance of plants and our dependence upon them as well as celebrates some of our California Native plants. Part one of two. Fund drive.
Learn basic herbal medicine making with an emphasis on ancestral, folk traditions. Guest host Renée Camila shares recipes from her own kitchen and other esteemed, energetic herbalists.
Join Sarah Holmes and her guest Donell Barlow as they discuss ancestral foods, the politics of food and staying healthy with plants.
Join Sarah Holmes for an exploration of stress, how it impacts us and how the plants can support our well being.
Join Sarah Holmes for an exploration of summer and what it means to be in harmony with this vibrant time of the year.
Guest host Renée Camila interviews Batul True Heart. Batul is a queer, two-spirit, indigenous, mestizx (Yaqui/Panamanian/Spanish) plant person, people person, and prayer person. Join us as we discuss reclaiming ancestral medicine, Curanderismo, and cultural responsibility.
Guest host Emiliano Lemus interviews Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone leader Corinna Gould about The Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, an East Bay urban indigenous women-led project. They discuss re-envisioning what it means to live on Ohlone land, and current opportunities to be in relationship with plants and the sacred in this place.
Join Karyn Sanders live with your herbal questions.