Here are some free or reasonably priced online resources for herbalism students. This page is an ongoing project, so if you have favorite sites, blogs, videos, etc., that you don’t see here, please let me know in the comments and I’ll check them out! Also, I’ll check periodically for broken links, but if you hit any, let me know.
- 7Song – and the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine; site also includes articles and handouts
- Aviva Romm – a blog from the herbalist, midwife, and doctor Aviva Romm
- Castanea – the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine’s blog (Juliet Blankespoor)
- Medicine Woman’s Roots – Kiva Rose’s blog
- Methow Valley Herbs – Rosalee de la Foret’s blog
- Numen – the film Numen is excellent, and the blog is pretty great, too!
- Christopher Hobbs – herbalist’s Web site includes an herbal database, handouts, Powerpoint presentations, etc.
- Grian Herbs – herbal monographs and articles on herbal preparations
- Healthy.net – David Hoffman’s collection of herbal materia medica
- Henriette’s Herbal Homepage – articles, images, essay, texts – a cornucopia of herbal info
- Herbal Remedies Advice with Rosalee – Rosalee de la Foret’s Web site contains tons of information on herbal actions, systems of the body, diseases, and much more
- HerbMed – monographs of 2o most popular herbs for free (more available via subscription)
- Jim McDonald’s Master Herbal Article Index – hundreds of articles linked and organized by topic
- Learning Herbs – free and inexpensive herbalism lessons, interactive herbalism games for kids (and parents), and much more
- NIH Herbs at a Glance – fact sheets on a variety of herbs; can be viewed singly or downloaded altogether as an e-book
- Sunnyfield Herb Farm – Matthew Wood’s site includes excerpts from his books and assorted other writings
- Susun Weed’s Free Online Education – Herbal Medicine the Wise Woman Way
- Weston A. Price Foundation – a wealth of information on nutrition and nutritional research