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NCHG Saving the Planet, One Herb at a Time Presenter: Jane Hawley Stevens - Shared screen with speaker view
Jon & Tara Baklund
31:09
Hello!
Patti Paulson
31:45
Hey!
Mary Schmidt
31:48
Hi, Mary Schmidt from Spokane WA
Pam Broekemeier
31:51
Hello! from Maple Grove :)
Taylor Thomas
31:54
Hello
Phyllis Webster
31:56
Thank you for doing this. I'm from St. Paul Minnesota
Mika Turner
32:02
Hello. This is Mika from Northfield, MN
LuAnn Raadt
32:03
Hi - LuAnn from Northfield
Betsy Nelson
32:04
Hey, Betsy from Minneapolis here!
Taylor Thomas
32:06
Hello from Saint Paul
Betsy Gardner
32:12
Betsy and Jamie from Minneapolis
Hilary DuBois
32:12
Hi there! Northern Cali
Sarah Gans
32:27
Hiya! Sarah from Duluth.
Patti Paulson
32:27
Sunstruck Rose and Patti from Minneapolis MN
Mary Schmidt
32:34
Hi Jane, Its been a long time since we visited. Hope you are well!
Carolyn Smith
32:43
Hi Everyone!
Del
32:53
Good Evening! Del from Park Rapids, Angie & baby Ave
Del
32:58
Ava
Kaesha Baloch
33:42
Hello! Kaesha B. Here from Minneapolis, MN!
LuAnn Raadt
34:32
This is great - thanks, Tara, for helping this happen!
Daniel Mullen
34:44
hello from Dan
Amy Doeun
35:42
Amy Doeun Rush City
Hilary DuBois
42:17
He fired the entire team
Mika Turner
49:25
For those interested in a lecture about the Chinese Herbal Medicine Treatment for Covid-19 there is a good lecture from John Chen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDp6g655LYU&t=2s
Hilary DuBois
57:59
cleavers too
Jon & Tara Baklund
01:02:25
It’s ready. Let me know when you want that slide
Hilary DuBois
01:02:57
The music tree -the queen -love her much gratitude
Hilary DuBois
01:05:29
have you used the leaves internally? I have only used them infused in oil for a hemorrhoid/rash salve I make
Hilary DuBois
01:05:41
Oh I will look Danny up
LuAnn Raadt
01:07:26
What is Danny’s last name???
Hilary DuBois
01:10:07
oh wow!!! Love the idea of that machine
Mika Turner
01:10:37
Here’s some good research on Arena (Chokeberry) and antiviral activity https://www.nakagaki.co.jp/aronia_img/Aronia_influenza.pdf
Jon & Tara Baklund
01:13:27
Wow Christena! What a story and way to go! Do you mind sharing this with “All panelists and attendees” (select in blue bar above chat box)
Hilary DuBois
01:14:00
I like to add astragalus dried root to my rice, soup -ant dish with water
Christena Baker
01:14:05
My daughter and I were infected with Covid 19. We have both been taking quarts of infusions for at least a year preceding getting Covid 19 (Linden, Stinging Nettle, Comfrey, Red Clover and Oatstraw). When it hit my daughter, I gave her echinacea, yarrow and elecampane. She kept getting worse and was going to have to go to the hospital the next morning, if not at some point during the night. I did some research on Susun Weed's site and Red Moon Herbs. Gave her 2 drops of Pokeweed, along with Goldenrod, Cleavers, Chickweed, Osha Root. The next morning, my daughter went from completely pale to having red in her cheeks. She has continued to recover. I am deeply grateful to the plants and the healers who work so hard to get the message out and to grow!
Melody Tilton
01:16:58
was that 2 drops of each of goldenrod, cleavers, chickweed and osha root? the more details on your protocol the better!
Mika Turner
01:28:32
Ephedra is banned by the FDA, so herbalist can legally use but it cannot cross state lines, so pretty much no one has it.
Amy Doeun
01:28:46
You mention selling turkey rhubarb plants, where will you have them for sale?
Laura Sanden
01:29:48
it's 8:00
LuAnn Raadt
01:31:41
I’ve grown boneset for years - it spreads quite readily. I will have lots of plants to share for anyone that wants to come to Northfield…
LuAnn Raadt
01:33:48
Will also have boneset available to gather in the You Pick Medicinal Herb garden just north of Northfield. And from my yard.
Laura Sanden
01:35:32
you said boneset for photo but looks like cohosh
Mary Schmidt
01:35:57
yup there it is
Mary Schmidt
01:36:20
full sun works if you keep it moist enough
Mary Schmidt
01:36:51
especially in your good soils
LuAnn Raadt
01:39:04
Baikal skullcap grows nicely here, too, and is also a lovely landscaping plant. The root is used with baikal, so it can be a 2-3 year wait for that.
Mika Turner
01:40:17
LuAnn and I are in zone 4b
LuAnn Raadt
01:40:40
Zone 4, sometimes 5. I’ve had it overwinter in my yard very nicely. Waiting to see if it comes back in the you pick garden which is more open. Hoping it comes back - have about a dozen plants there.
Mary Schmidt
01:41:49
mine didn't come back in zone 4
Karen Ory
01:42:24
Maybe the Baikal will overwinter in pots in a greenhouse in Zone 4
Hilary DuBois
01:50:15
The Evolution Revolution is on !Its litterally written in the stars
Hilary DuBois
01:50:26
Great books!
Hilary DuBois
01:50:30
YES!
Betsy Gardner
01:51:23
These will be helpful with the loss of the Friends Plant sale during Mother's day weekend
Christena Baker
01:52:06
The doses for my daughter may have been more than necessary. She was in a crisis situation and I did not want to underwhelm the virus. If it wasn't so critical, I could have experimented with lower doses. This is what I did for the first 3-4 days: Every hour, 1 1/2 dropperful of Echinacea (120 lbs body weight); 1 dropperful each of: yarrow, goldenrod, chickweed, cleavers, osha root. Also up to 2 drops of Pokeweed for 2-3 days - per day (not per hour!). I dropped the Pokeweed after the 2-3 days and added Lobelia (I had to order it). At first, I gave her dropperfuls of Lobelia for a day or 2 and then backed off to 15 drops during the day and 15 drops during the night. Also added Mullein (I had to order it). I gave her 3 dropperfuls of Yellow Dock during the day as she was bed-bound and needed to move her bowels. I gave her Motherwort - 3 dropperfuls during the day, 3 dropperfuls during the night to soothe her and to encourage heart health as Covid 19 can affect the heart.
Laura Sanden
01:52:57
We'll post Jane's plant resource on the links portion of the Guild website and link to it in our newsletter
Laura Sanden
01:54:15
questions?
Betsy Nelson
01:55:04
Nope me, Betsy Nelson, and I have a lot of plants if anyone needs one
LuAnn Raadt
01:55:23
I may have missed this - Which “phase” is Red Sage recommended for?
Karen Ory
01:55:24
This was Great! I missed part of this talk. I was out dividing & replanting Yerba mansa :)
Hilary DuBois
01:55:32
Thank you for sharing your deep knowledge and green giving heart - & as always thank you Tara
Mika Turner
01:57:19
Honeysuckle flowers are primary in Chinese Medicine, but the new green twig growth can also be used.
Christena Baker
01:58:32
Sorry, also added Elecampane to my 1 dropperful per hour for the first 5 days (I ran out or would have continued with this).
Jon & Tara Baklund
01:59:33
NCHG will be arranging the recording. Make sure to get on their newsletter to find out! :)
Karen Ory
01:59:46
ok thanks
Betsy Nelson
02:00:49
Thanks Jane!
Karen Ory
02:00:50
Thank You, this was wonderful!! I look forward to the replay.
Mary Schmidt
02:00:57
blessings to you all1
Christena Baker
02:01:07
Thank you all!