Aug 28, 2020
In today’s episode we’ll hear from herbal student Naa Adjeley Gborjorr discussing the seamless link between her heritage, her study of herbalism, and how she infuses the two in what will be her future practice - Tsofanye, meaning ‘medicine mother.’
Born and raised in the UK, Naa Adjeley Gborjorr is a researcher of GaDangme (Ghanaian ethnic group) Culture, who has now embarked on a journey to becoming a herbalist. The practice of herbalism and other nature-based activities in her tradition have inspired her throughout her life journey. Her current work includes linking herbal knowledge with cultural practices that are centuries old, and can provide much wisdom for our modern problems, as well as highlighting and embracing the spirituality behind the practice of herbalism.
Thanks for listening!
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