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Health Questions for the Herbal Experts
Candace, Patrick and Sue pitch listener health questions on herbal medicine to their guests: Rebecca Harburg, LAc and Wendy Hounsel, RN, RH (AHG). Over the years, podcast fans have sent in pages of questions from our Herbal 101 segment of the podcast that the Real Herbalism Radio crew has collected. There is no way that they can answer all the questions but a few stood out as excellent sources for their guests to field. It seemed appropriate that show 101 should be focused on answering herbal 101 questions. Wendy and Rebecca offer a blend of Eastern and Western Herbalism with their varied interests and experience. Both are herbalists. Both were brave enough to answer the questions on a wide array of topics. Their answers were engaging and thought provoking. Although they come from different traditions, they share a common goal: healthcare for the people. We, at Real Herbalism Radio, salute them![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row 0=””][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text 0=””]
Herbs we mentioned
- Seaweed – Nori, Fumi, Furikake
- Job’s Tears
- Red Yeast Rice
- Fish Oil
- Black Walnut
- Blue Cohosh
- Herb Rally
- Phyllis D. Light
- Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine
- The Web That Has No Weaver
- Foundations of Chinese Medicine
- Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine
Wendy Hounsel has been a cardiac/telemetry RN for eight years, and a certified progressive care nurse for three years. She recently completed her master’s degree in nursing and left RiverBend to begin work as a family nurse practitioner.
Rebecca “Eve” Harburg
Rebecca “Eve” Harburg Practices in California and Oregon.
“As a board-certified* licensed acupuncturist, I am trained in the full scope of Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, herbs, bodywork, moxibustion, and qigong. (For explanations of these modalities, please visit the appropriate pages on the menu to the left.)
I received my Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in my native city of Portland, OR, in 2016, and am currently pursuing my doctoral degree in the same field at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica, CA.”