Spiritual Herbalism: The Magic and Medicine of the Plants

Author(s) : Josh Williams

Spiritual Herbalism: The Magic and Medicine of the Plants

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Lucy Jones, MA(Oxon), MSc, Dip BotM, MURHP Registered Medical Herbalist and author of Self-Sufficient Herbalism on 11/01/2022

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“In Spiritual Herbalism Josh Williams points out that conventional western herbalism disregards hugely important aspects of our relationship with herbs. He encourages us to look at our familiar herbal friends in a new light, so that we can deepen our respect for them and understand better what they bring to our healing. If you’re drawn to deepening your relationship with herbs, this book is an absolutely essential read!"

Pam Montgomery, herbalist, international teacher and author of Plant Spirit Healing on 11/01/2022

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“Spiritual Herbalism is a testament to working within 'The Craft’ and infusing herbalism with spirit while working in magical ways. But there is so much more including rituals, herbal bathing, crafting magical preparations, herbal energetics and plant dieting to mention a few. As more and more people wake up to the sacred magic of the green beings Spiritual Herbalism will become like a trusted friend guiding the way."

Robin Rose Bennett, storyteller/herbalist/green witch/activist, author of Healing Magic - A Green Witch Guidebook to Conscious Living and The Gift of Healing Herb on 11/01/2022

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“Spiritual Herbalism is a welcome addition to the library of herbal books by practicing herbalists written to inform people about the physical medicine of plants, and the essential medicine of reweaving the web of relationship between people and our green relatives. His voice is warm and welcoming as he shares herbal recipes and rituals and invites the reader to open to this sense of connectedness. Williams’ heart is clearly committed to the work of awakening respect and gratitude for our healers, the plants.”