IN THE MEDIA
MOUNTAIN ROSE HERB INTERVIEW
In this "Tea Talks with Jiling Lin," we interview Emily Sanders, the Director & Founder of the Artemisia Academy. Learn more about Emily’s journey of creating Artemisia Academy, her favorite plant connection practices, and the importance of prioritizing self-care for effective and powerful community care.
Go behind the scenes in learning about the challenges and gifts of starting and growing an herb school, dreaming big, and taking one step at a time.
ON THE RADIO!!
Listen to Emily's interview on the AM 1290 KZSB radio program "Garden Gossip."
Emily talks about herbalism, holistic nutrition, herbal remedies, and some of the classes and workshops offered at the Artemisia Academy.
THE MAGIC & MEDICINE OF ARTEMISIAS
Artemisia is the genus for 3 local plant species, Sage brush, Wormwood, and Mugwort, which have been used for thousands of years for both their medicinal and ceremonial purposes.
Learn how to make:
Sagebrush liniment for aches and pains,
Mugwort tea for sleep and dreams, and
Mugwort bitters tincture for stimulating digestion.
Learn where you can purchase these herbs from sustainable sources, and how you can grow your own at home!
ARTEMISIA ACADEMY IS A PROUD MEMBER OF
American Herbalist Guild- Member School
Our students can use hours accumulated through our school to apply towards becoming a registered herbalist through the American Herbalists Guild. The RH Credential is an acclaimed and widely recognized credential that may be acquired through rigorous study in a variety of aspects of herbal medicine and clinical practice.
At this time, there is no licensure or legal recognition for professional clinical herbalists in the United States. However, the completion of most programs, and/or a thorough course of independent study can count towards the educational requirements needed to apply for Registered Herbalist membership in the American Herbalists Guild.
United Plant Savers - Partner in Education
It it our responsibility as herbalists to develop a two way relationship with our natural environment and the land we live. This relationship is built on both giving and taking, through conservation and sustainable practices, and also teaching these principles of the use and protection of our wild lands for generations to come.
United Plant Savers’ mission is to protect native medicinal plants, fungi, and their habitats while ensuring renewable populations for use by generations to come. We like to refer to their materials in all of our classes, especially our plant identification courses.