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Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed with guest, Rachael Carlevale

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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with her guest, Rachael Carlevale.

Rachael Carlevale is the Founder and Director of Education of the Ganjasana Plant Medicine School where she leads cannabis yoga ceremonies, and facilitates CEU courses and trainings on regenerative farming, ganja yoga YTT, permaculture and biodynamics. Speaking on behalf of the natural world, Rachael honors the plants and life in the soil by transmitting their messages for the wellbeing of all—regenerating body, mind and soil for the collective. Rachael is a certified Mindfulness Educator, and Certified Yoga Instructor with an academic foundation in plant and soil sciences (receiving high honors Bachelors of Science degree from The University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Ayurveda, Women’s Health and ethnobotanical traditions. She works with many plant allies including a deep passion for cannabis, hemp, and ayahuasca. Rachael is also the founder of the Green Tent - Women’s Cannabis Circles, and contributes to GRAM Magazine with her ‘Cultivation Column.’ She offers her gifts by the ocean coast of Maine, where she lives in alignment with the natural rhythms of the sun, moon, and stars, and grows living soil, regenerative cannabis, and vermicompost. 

www.ganjasana.com 

Q & A topics in this episode include:

  • making violet honey with the leaves
  • strengthening the core & pelvic floor
  • lowering blood sugar levels 
  • allergens
  • tubal ligation & birth control choices
  • claiming plant heritage
  • plantar warts
  • sharing remedies & medicines
  • anti-viral artemesia, Sweet Annie
  • cannbis & anxiety
  • chickweed

 

 

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