Texas Village Healer Initiative

We believe that every community needs a healer skilled in using local plants and mushrooms for health solutions. This approach, which bypasses the modern supply chain, not only provides natural and accessible care but also strengthens our communities, making them more resilient in trouble times. 


Class #1: Harvesting, Drying, and Storing Herbs



Class #2: Decoctions & Tisanes



Class #3: Tinctures & Elixirs


 Class #4 - Infused Oils & Salves

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Previous Herbal Videos

 Pregnancy-Safe Herbs #1


Pregnancy-Safe Herbs #2


Anti-Inflammatory Perennial Herbs


Testosterone From Pines 


Wild Lettuce for Pain


Anti-Anxiety Perennial Herbs


Anti-Microbial Perennial Herbs


Blood Sugar Controlling Perennial Herbs


Blood Pressure Controlling Perennial Herbs


Self Heal aka Heals All (Prunella vulgaris)


Pine Needles To Fight Vax Side Effects


Dandelion Medicinal Properties #1

Dandelion Medicinal Properties #2


Texas Filaree Medicinal Properties


Chelating Plants to Remove Heavy Metals


Horsetails for Joint Tissue Damage

Norepinephrine in Banana Skins

Taking Hawthorn



 Tincturing Fresh Herbs


 Scarlett Pimpernel - Once Medicinal but No Longer

Natural Health Shorts

Go Wild - Get Healthy


Mass-Produced Medicines

Throwing Things at Stuff #1


Throwing Things at Stuff #2


Benefits of Collagen


Tincturing Fresh Plants


Microdosing Mushrooms


Health Benefits of Walking in the Woods


Sunlight, Again!


Beautyberry Leaf Insect Repellent


Outside Helps Eyes