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If you’re like us, you’re kicking off the new year with Resolutions. And, if you’re like us, keeping them past Ground Hog’s Day may be a bit of a challenge! Luckily, Herbalists have a secret weapon that takes the edge off the stress that comes with change.
Today, we’re talking about the three Herbal Actions you’ll want on your side if you really do want to keep your New Year’s Resolutions all year long.
Herbs we mentioned:
- Gotu Kola
- Wood Betony
- Holy Basil/Tulsi
- Milky Oats
New Year’s Resolution Challenge
We’re challenging each other and you to Keep Your Resolutions in 2021!
If you’d like a little support, use the Chat Box to share your resolutions and progress with us. Candace and Patrick be checking-in with each other on upcoming Real Herbalism Radio shows and want to share your progress, resolutions, and successes with everyone, too. If you’d like to participate, send us your resolution and success or challenges you’d like to share through our chat box. Please specify how you’d like to be identified when we share on the show.
If you’d like to share your progress for accountability but don’t necessarily want your updates or resolutions shared on the show, please include that in the first line of your chat message with us.
Candace and Patrick
Candace and Patrick have been making and keeping their resolutions (mostly) for a collective fifty years or more. They have long relied on plants and herbal home remedies to support them as they work through change, including sticking to their resolutions and goals. They connect with plant-based living and herbal medicines to care for family, friends, and community daily. Although it’s not always easy, they believe in making each choice a healthy one and finding fun in the journey. They’re both successful entrepreneurs, herbalists, artists, parents and urban farmers/gardeners quite happy to share their herbal knowledge with their listeners and readers.