Podcast 046: Caring for Eldercaregivers & Botulism
Caregiving is exhausting, thankless, necessary work, and becoming increasingly more common. In the first half of this episode, Katja shares some insights into the difficulties facing those who are caring for elders, and herbal allies who can help them as they help others.
In the second half, Ryn shares what he found after investigating everything to do with botulism: where it comes from, how to prevent it, and how [un]common it really is. The short version is: if you follow good medicine-making practices, you really don’t have to worry about it! But listen in, get all the details, and you’ll rest easy.
Mentioned in this podcast:
- If you’d like to help out and transcribe a portion of our video program for our incarcerated student, contact us! Ditto if you’d like to sponsor a book donation!
- The Holistic Herbalism Podcast, Episode 18: Pleurisy in Daughter-Caregivers
- CCHH on Instagram, to make sure you catch the card deck giveaway next week!
- Quintessential Arts – Hilary made Katja’s necklace pictured above – hawthorn and motherwort.
If you like our podcast, you might like learning from us in a more intentional way – like with our Herbalism 101 program! It’s a great way to start incorporating herbs into your daily life, to keep you and your loved ones healthy and resilient all year round!
Our theme music is “Wings” by Nicolai Heidlas.
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