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Every year I spend time harvesting plants throughout North America. I walk through fields and forests, down desert canyons and along creek beds seeking out the medicinal plants I need to make these all-natural products.
There comes a moment when the plants recognize me and begin to share their vast knowledge: a call goes out among the plants for only the best ones to be chosen and then, I begin to gather their secrets.
I enter a state of connection and understanding with
these plant allies. This is the Nia Cú, the place where plants and people approach healing as one.
Herbs heal the body Education heals the mind Love heals the heart
As you heal so does our world
Lynda Emashowski - Clinical Herbalist
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"I am commited to helping you achieve and maintain a state of balance and wellness."
I am a Clinical Herbalist located near Placerville, California.
I ethically harvest or grow all the plants that I use, and make everything that I sell.
I honor the traditions of all my teachers and carry on the plant wisdom by offering herbal education programs, herbal medicine workshops, and apprenticeships.
I am dedicated to your health and wellness.
My lifelong love of plants began as a child when my grandfather Pop Pop would take me along on his harvesting trips into the garden and the forest.
Even before I could read, I was learning the language of the plants. Picking huckleberries and collecting wild plants with him, I began to understand the relationship between the plants and the people who harvest them.
In my adult years, a spiritual healer from Mexico,
La Doña Dora, came into my life. She said that her joy was to join people with the plants that would balance them.
I witnessed profound transformations take place when she administered simple herbal remedies to both the mildly sick and the seriously ill. Watching her address seemingly incurable conditions with simple plant remedies, I knew that healing with plants was to
become my life.
In my work with Nia Cú Herbs, I combine the love of
plants which my grandfather gave me with the plant wisdom handed down to me through my apprenticeship with Doña Dora. As a Clinical Herbalist, I have gathered over 30 years of experience connecting people with the plants that heal them.
With very few exceptions, I ethically harvest or grow all
the plants that I use, and make everything that I sell.
I honor the traditions of all my teachers and carry on the plant wisdom by offering herbal education programs, herbal medicine workshops, and apprenticeships