Listen to the newest Episodes of Real Herbalism Radio here:
Our Website | iHeartradio | Spotify | Alexa Flash | Pippa | Itunes | Stitcher
Whether you are on Iphone, Android, or your laptop we have you covered.

As Sue and Candace reflect on the interview with Amanda Dilday, they sort through the under-rated step of healing which involves letting the healer breathe. Self care can take many forms. After healing others, it is important for future patient care to take a minute for collecting yourself. Amanda’s focus on trauma healing provided a strong backbone for the discussion of self care. Amanda Dilday is the author of Flowers for a Girl : Plant Medicine for Sexual Trauma which unites poetry and energetic herbalism. She is also the founder and a teacher at the Alchemilla’s School of Embodied Herbalism in South Carolina.

Resources we mentioned:

Herbs we mentioned:

Further References

Join podcast cohost Sue Sierralupe at the Traditional Roots Herbal Conference in Portland, OR May 18-20th, 2018. You can hear both Candace and Sue speak at the Herb Day Celebration in Veneta, Oregon on May 5th, 2018. Thanks to the Journal of Functional Herbalism for their excellent work and inclusion of Real Herbalism Radio as a resource.

Amanda Dilday

Amanda Dilday

Amanda Dilday, is the author of Flowers for a Girl: Plant Medicine and Sexual Trauma in which she combines herbalism and poetry in a memoir form. Amanda lives and teaches at the school she founded Alchemilla’s School of Embodied Medicine in South Carolina.