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According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, winter is the time for rest and introspection. We herbalists sorely need a break from the activity of fall’s harvest and root digging. Instead, we are spending this season digging into a good book. Today, we’re talking about our favorite books for rest, introspection and herbal inspiration.

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2021 Note: We have converted all our book affiliate links to Bookshop.org in support of small businesses and independent bookstores. This includes the list previously associated with this podcast.

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The Practical Herbalist Team

Candace, Sue, Patrick and Chicken

Candace Hunter, Sue Sierralupe and Patrick Hunter have been working together as the Practical Herbalist/Real Herbalism Radio team for many years. They have published 10 books which are available in Kindle form.