Eight easy ways to incorporate the Wise Woman Tradition into your daily life, including:
- Connecting with the earth through a woman-centered lens
- Making your own potent herbal medicines the simple way
- How to start bringing wild edibles to your table
- Understanding the Wise Woman Tradition
Thirty years ago, I became an herbalist in the Wise Woman Tradition. Susun Weed and a beloved patch of nettles were my first teachers. I have been practicing, carrying on, and spreading the Wise Woman Tradition ever since.
After making more herbal medicines than I could possibly use myself, I co-founded Red Moon Herbs. I ran this herbal medicine company for 20 years–making medicines from fresh, local plants, with a focus on women's health.
I am excited to share with you my love of the plants and some simple practices to bring the Wise Woman Tradition into your daily life.
And remember, wild plants make wild women!I want that guide, Corinna!
Come cultivate your wild woman . . .
The wild woman inside of you is strong and grounded . . . she connects you to your intuition, the truth of who you are.
She does not fit into boxes created for you by others. Your wild woman is fully alive, connected to nature and the true wildness of the earth.
Come cultivate your wild woman . .
I'm ready, send the guide!