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Aug 6, 2021

Today’s episode is all about liver health and how to support it with herbs. Learn from one of the best, Shana Lipner Grover!

Shana Lipner-Grover is a clinical herbalist, health and nutrition educator, field botanist, ethical wildcrafter, medicine-maker, and forever student of life and wonder. She is the director and primary educator of Sage Country Herbs School of Botanical Studies in north county San Diego: a 2-year field-based ecology, botany, and native plant medicine school. This school has expanded to include a clinically based 2nd year and an online learning platform. She also teaches at Healing Hands School of Holistic Health, covering 350 hours of herbal medicine and nutrition programs. Shana’s a published writer that includes a botany column in Plant Healer magazine and Herbaria. She has a clinical practice in north county San Diego focusing on empowering people to take responsibility for their health.

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Embodied Ecology is the practice of the deep knowing that we as humans are eternally interwoven with nature. Our bodies are reflected in the cosmos and we are meant to live in harmony with the natural world. Our bodies are ecosystems that can thrive in balance. With ancestral knowledge of East Asian medicine, Elisa Weiss (she/her), is both a student and teacher of developing rituals of connection to the seasons and cycles of our planet through herbs, food and ecological awareness. Using herbal medicine, meditation, and movement with liberation and decolonial practices of understanding intersectionality beyond conventional narratives, she focuses theories of acupuncture to guide others back to themselves. Check her out @embodied.ecology

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