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Herbal Radio

Oct 20, 2023

On this week’s episode of Herbal Radio, we had the honor of interviewing one of the greatest living herbalists and world-blended practitioners, Margi Flint. With Margi’s 40+ years of experience in herbal medicine, she shares her wisdom on honoring the life force within plants, rather than taking advantage of what plants can offer us. Margi dives into her beginnings as a wild-spirited girl who frequented the forest in her hometown backyard of Weston, MA, and how lightning strikes seem to be a uniquely common theme in her life! 

After an early-age diagnosis where she was told her life expectancy would continue for a mere year and half, Margi began exploring dance, energy work, and prioritizing her health. This exploration brought her to the front steps of the herbal community, where she found her purpose within bridging the gap between herbal and western medicine.

Margi Flint RH, B. Sc. is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild ~ Herbal Mentor, is on staff at Pacific Rim College in British Columbia, was an Adjunct Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine 1994-1970, North Shore Community College 2003 -2008 and continues to lecture at Bastyr University and Mass College of Pharmacy for their undergraduate programs. She lectures at herbal symposiums as well as medical institutions around the States and internationally.

Margi will be teaching a class hosted by the Four Seasons Herbal Guild on Reading the Body in Spokane, WA on October 28th-29th. Please visit the Four Seasons Herbal Guild website to discover more details on this class.

Visit Margi's integrative herbal practice, EarthSong Herbals here!


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