Practiced Values

Updated: Aug 30



With this growing need and desire for traditional medicine and healing, I feel it’s important to talk about one of the traditions behind the herbalism. During my herbal studies, we learned how to wild craft in a respectful, ethical way. We learned that, by doing this, the plants wanted to give more of their medicine, making them more potent.

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At All Ways Herbal, we have carried this value into my practice. The herbs we are able to harvest, we do so in a respectful way: Asking permission. Only taking what we need and leaving the rest. Sourcing from land that is healthy and clear of harmful chemicals or power lines. Harvesting in a way that doesn’t damage the plant, encourages more growth, and replanting (when possible). We also only harvest plants in their peak state, ensuring the maximum potency.

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When we are not able to harvest the plants, we purchase herbs from local sources who we know have similar values, such as @wildishbotanicalpdx, @theurbanacre, @pacificbotanicals, @riseupremedies.

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Creating a reciprocal relationship with the plants we work with is one of the cornerstone values of my business and how we live our life.

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