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How to find a Professional Herbalist

A good place to start is with your local health food store or herbal store. A lot of time you will find the worker to be very friendly and knowledgeable in this area. Therefore they should able to point you in the right direction to locating a qualified herbalist. Probably the best source is the word-of-mouth. If friends or family members were please with service they received from a herbal practitioner they will be glad to shared that information with you. Likewise if they was not please they will be more than happy to share that too.  Professional Herbalist are usually find at a Holistic Health Center.

There are many on-line sites that you can visit to further your search.  Herbalist Directory is complete listing of qualified herbalists.
Another good source
4435 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 403
Washington, DC 20016
202.237.8150 phone
866.538.2267 toll-free
202.237.8152 fax
American Botanical Council may be able to help you find a qualified herbalist in your area.  American Herb Association has a free membership and offer a quarterly newsletter written by reputable herbalists. Visit American Herb Association today and good luck with your new herbal practitioner.

Word of Advice: Always remember to ask your new herbalist about his/her qualifications, training, registered herbalist, etc.
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Key Terms

decoction- a healing remedy that is made by boiling roots, stems and bark of a herb.

infusion- herbal remedy made by boiling the leaves, flowers, or petals of the herb in empty teabags or a clean cloth.

tincture-homemade remedy made with herbs and 100 proof vodka.


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