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Genesis Health Ministries
Advocating and teaching the Ann Wigmore Living Foods Lifestyle which encompasses the use of wheatgrass, lightly fermented foods, sprouting, indoor and outdoor gardening, colon health and connecting with the healer within. Telephone consultation is available regarding application of the Living Foods Lifestyle and the establishment of Living Foods Lifestyle support groups in your area.
Eaton Rapids
Hiawatha Cromer
7881 Columbia Highway
Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
United States
Phone 517-663-1637

Kayla Goulet Moonwatcher, ND, CHom.
Community Wise Womyn

Offering organic, holistic, potent and nurturing care for Grandmother Earth and all living things.

Traditional Naturopath, Classical Homeopath, Master Herbalist (including MMJ), Aromatherapist, Reiki Master/Teacher, Heyoka/Lightening Shaman, Access Consciousness Practioner.

Organic Gardener/Farmer, Honeybee Mother.

Special Sessions: Lakota Raindrop, Access Consciousness Bars & Clearings, Spiritual Shamanic Journeys.
Kayla Goulet Moonwatcher, ND, CHom.
4695 Devonshire Street
Boulder, CO 80301-4105
United States
Phone 303-516-9527

Labyrinth & Llamas Organic Produce/Holistic Health
I offer nourishment for the body, mind, and soul:
The labyrinth is a tool given to us to help us reconnect with the energy of the earth. A labyrinth can help your thoughts become more focused. It can soothe your emotions and bring peace to your soul. Within these paths our soul finds healing and wholeness.
Pick your own organic fruit, berries, vegetables, and herbs.
Learn how our ancestors used herbs for everyday ailments.
To walk the labyrinth there is a $5 suggested donation. However, this is only a suggested donation to help with maintenance, not mandatory if finances don't allow. We have a Chartres pattern near the garden and we have the seed pattern near the llama pasture.

I also offer smudging of your indoor and outdoor space to eliminate negative energies so you can start with a 'clean slate'.

I believe it is time to put aside our drive for worldly possessions and start looking for spiritual growth. The more people who go this direction, the easier it will be for others to follow. I offer classes and attunements to help get you on the path you were intended to be on.

Chris Goin
36900 NW Spiesschaert Rd.
Cornelius, OR 97113
United States
Phone 503-357-4971
Fax 503-992-1362

Linda Page, N.D., Ph.D.
Author of books about natural health, healing and healing with herbs and nutrition.

Books: Healthy Healing - A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone 12th edition, How To Be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist, NEW - Cooking For Healthy Healing - Book One - The Healing Diets, and Book Two - The Healing Recipes, Detoxification, Stress and Energy, Sexuality, Cancer, Menopause and Osteoporosis, Weight Loss and Cellulite Control
Del Rey Oaks
Linda Page
121 Calle Del Oaks
Del Rey Oaks, CA 93940
United States
Phone 800-736-6015
Fax 831-538-9376

Pacific Botanicals, LLC
Founded in 1979, Pacific Botanicals is the most experienced and diversified medicinal herb farm in North America. Our product line includes over 200 medicinal herbs and spices in whole, cut, tea-bag cut or powder forms.

In addition to our 140 acre Certified Organic farm in Grants Pass, OR, we contract grow with 8 other Certified Organic farms around the US to bring you a full line of medicinals. We are Certified as an Organic Grower and our mill and storage facility are Certified as Organic Handling Facilities.
Grants Pass
Mark Wheeler
4840 Fish Hatchery Rd.
Grants Pass, OR 97527
United States
Phone 541 479 7777

The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine
The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine near Asheville NC offers classes in the tradition of Roots Herbalism - the kind where your hands get dirty as you develop life-long relationships with plants. Our classroom is the outdoors - garden, forest, field, mountain, and stream. We hold no indoor classes except during inclement weather or insect challenges.

Learning about the plants in person, where they grow, engages the senses as we smell, touch, see, and often taste our green allies. This intimate and holistic approach helps us to integrate all we learn about plants as food and medicine. Blending spirituality and the study of life, we honor the traditions of our elders as well as useful knowledge gained through scientific exploration. Reverence for the sacredness of all life is part of our guiding philosophy and inspiration.

Our model of teaching involves experiential or hands-on learning. Rather than simply talking about a wild plant as food, we spend time together gathering wild edibles and preparing vital, delicious meals. We learn sustainable wildcrafting through the many hours spent on field trips ethically gathering wild medicinals and preparing tinctures, teas, and oils. Students will complete our program with a full natural medicine chest created by their own hands from fresh bioregional or organically grown herbs.

We do not limit our focus to medical herbalism, but instead offer a total plant experience through our study of Botany, Sustainable Wildcrafting, Plant Ecology, Plant Identification, Wild Foods, Organic Gardening, and Permaculture.

Juliet Blankespoor
56 Sluder Branch Road
Leicester, NC 28748
United States
Phone 828 683-5233