The Art of Sowing Seeds: Passing Down Herbal Wisdom with Mindy Green ~ Voices of our Herbal Elders Ep. 6

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Mindy Green - Voices of our Herbal Elders Ep. 6
On the left: Young Mindy Green and on the right: Elder Mindy Green

Journey with me as I uncover the deep-rooted passion and wisdom of renowned herbalist Mindy Green. Spanning across decades of herbal history, transformation, and growth, this “Voices of our Herbal Elders” inner-view will ignite your spirit, revealing both the challenges and triumphs of modern herbalists. Explore the lush landscapes of herbal wisdom, from humble balcony gardens to the bustling world of the herb industry.

  • The Beauty of Small Spaces: The potency of growing in small, intimate settings even with limited space.
  • Growth and Changes: The challenges and shifts in the herbal world from the past to the present.
  • Navigating the Modern Herbal Industry: Insights into starting an herb company, regulatory challenges, and the role of education.
  • Community and Mentorship in Herbalism: Recognizing influential figures, sharing knowledge, and the interconnectedness of the herbal community.
  • Carrying Forward Traditions: The joy and responsibility of continuing the legacy of herbal pioneers.

"Even if you live in an apartment and you have some access to a patio or a sunny window, you can grow beautiful things."

May the past, present, and future of herbalism come alive in this insightful exchange.

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About Mindy Green

More than four decades of experience in the natural products and health care industries make Mindy Green a genuine, national authority on botanicals. Her wellness-industry expertise is complemented by her active, longstanding licensure as an esthetician, herbalist and aromatherapist. 

Mindy founded and owned several herb and essential oil businesses, including Simpler’s Botanical Company, and now runs her own consulting company, Green Scentsations, LLC. She is a founding and professional member of the American Herbalists Guild and an advisory board member to the American Botanical Council

A prolific writer and lecturer, Mindy has authored over 65 published articles on herbs, aromatherapy, skin care, diet, holistic health and integrative care. Mindy served as a board member for the nonprofit organization United Plant Savers (2004-2010) and believes plants in all their forms create healing, globally and individually.

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Gro Lent
Gro Lent
2 months ago

Hi Rosemary, I loved listening to all the stories from the beginning days, I attended your California School of Herbal Studies, I think in 1978. We were three pretty straight suburban women who hovered together a bit as most everyone were more or less considered hippies. I am so grateful for what I learned about all the wonderful plants growing among us, and what we made and ate together at the school. You also opened my eyes to spiritual studies, I remember I met my spirit Guide when we were meditating in a meadow, Can’t remember which teacher brought that on. To this day I practice much from those days as I grow my herbs and use them in every way, and always think of you . Thank you for this interaction and inspiration from the two of you just now.

Gro Lent
Gro Lent
2 months ago

And to let you know, I am a hippie at heart, love the natural free life, and practice vegetable and hers growing on the coast in Oregon. Love the inspiration you are Rosemary, SMILES

Audrey Chapman
Audrey Chapman
2 months ago

Hi from the west of ireland,i am a herbal apprentice here at the ripe age of 68 and loving it,this podcast was so inspiring as are they all,its great to hear the stories of how herbalists got started in their love of plants.

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