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Ancient Herbs for Modern Wisdom

Lauren Ivy interviews Meghan Rhodes on The Open to Alchemy Podcast

Open to Alchemy Podcast

I've recently had a really interesting conversation about this with Lauren Ivy of the Open to Alchemy podcast.


The episode - Ancient Herbs for Modern Wisdom - has been released today on Spotify and Apple podcasts. In it, we talk about:

  • Decoding the 7 key tastes of herbs and what cascade of events they trigger in our bodies (whether we're consciously aware of it or not!)

  • The reality of tuning into the rest of nature and the seasons whilst living hectic lives

  • Some of my top tips for starting to explore and integrate herbalism into your life even if you don't have tonnes of time or resources

  • How to cut through the overwhelm of working with herbs to support your health

  • And I reveal a little-known secret about my gardening skills!

Open to Alchemy is an absolute treasure of a podcast with conversations I personally enjoy listening to that feel like you're having a brilliant cuppa and a really interesting chat through lots of fascinating nooks and crannies of spirituality, the complex and changing world we live in, and - as the host Lauren Ivy says - 'part woo, part work'. Lauren's based in the US, but you can follow her insights and offerings at @open.to.alchemy on Instagram. If you enjoy the episode, please do support her by giving her podcast 5 stars on Spotify or leave her a lovely review on Apple podcasts, and be sure to follow if you want to hear more of her conversations with fascinating people.

I do hope our conversation sparks new questions and areas of exploration for you!

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