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The plant Kingdom is a rich resource for food. Plants are also a source of compounds used as medicines. This podcast focuses on interviewing experts in the extraction of plants. Extraction processes are critical for food scientists, natural products chemists, advancing pharmacognosy and ethnobotany, and chemical engineers and materials scientists. These 30-minute podcasts will interview people from around the world focused on new technology, new research, and new perspectives.
 
Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
 
Everyday Herbals is your one stop shop for everything herbal! Whether you're a practicing herbalist, beginning herbalist or just fascinated by plants this show has something for you. Join me as I interview the most knowledgable and inspiring herbalists and natural doctors around to learn their secrets for health. Topics include herbal medicine, botany, phytochemistry, homeopathy, ethnobotany, and nutrition.
 
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Insightful conversations with thought-provoking doctors, specialists, authors, and researchers at the forefront of integrative health and wellness. Hear about the ideas and research that are changing medicine and explore age-old wisdom backed by modern science. Hosted by Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Victoria Maizes.
 
Romania's #1 Podcast hosted by Corona Jones and Quentin Quarantino. Years in the making, the show highlights a variety of subjects relevant to current events surrounding Romania which include, but are not limited to: headlines from around the country, nightlife, partying, alcohol, food, pillaging, political analysis, geopolitical analysis, the Republic of Cocalaristan, Zarea Popping World Championships, Borsec bottle analysis, wildlife, business, and, of course, the Harambe-Arthur Memorial C ...
 
The American Botanical Council's Sustainable Herbs Program (SHP) has hosted a series of conversations around sustainability and the botanical industry with leaders in the botanical community. SHP has also hosted a series of conversations around ethnobotany. Find unedited audio recordings of both series here. To watch the webinars themselves, go to the Sustainable Herbs Program webinar page: https://sustainableherbsprogram.org/webinar/
 
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Episode 165: This special episode introduces the Regenerative Media Alliance, a project I have been working on for quite some time with fellow podcast producers Oliver Goshey and Scott Mann. The Regenerative Media Alliance or RMA is a cooperative group for podcasters and media creators working in the Permaculture, sustainability, and regenerative f…
 
A conversation with Vancouver, BC, Canada based psychoactive cacti grower - Harrison aka Graft Punk & Amateur Mycologist - John. Join us for an impromptu episode, as we discuss: harm reduction, addiction, psychoactive plants/plant medicines, and mushrooms. A link to Harrison's social media is pasted below: https://www.instagram.com/graft.punk/ If y…
 
A conversation with Tennessee based plant collector and enthusiast, Rhiannon - of @planter.rhi. Rhiannon is a very engaged collector utilizing the hobby for a positive cause, helping to raise funds for the LGBTQ+ community. She has been collecting and caring for plants for a number of years, gaining knowledge and experience from facing the challeng…
 
This week we promised to turn it down a notch, but accidently turnt it up with a bizarre Ro-Alert, Triple Fire of the Week, Screaming Adverts, a 120,000 euro problem, PSD Underwear, getting stuck in demo mode, and an incredible WhenInRo Sports that investigates a collaborations between adult website Only Fans and football club CFR Cluj! As always, …
 
Dr. John MacKay develops a way to visualize the volatility of the terpenes compared to the cannabinoids using simple things you probably ready have in the house. You might have to purchase another pen at a local store and use or borrow one. He uses the same materials to demonstrate decarboxylation by heat.…
 
A short audio essay on sustainable harvesting and ethical wildcrafting. Spoken by Robin Harford from Eatweeds. Receive more audio essays, articles and wild food recipes by email. Sign up at https://www.eatweeds.co.uk/subscribe Related articles Archive of shows of the Eatweeds Podcast Botanical Society Code of Conduct Sustainable foraging guidelines…
 
This week on WhenIn.Ro we don't hold back as we kick it off with FIRE OF THE WEEK, examine a TKO by radiator, try to shop at the Tulcea Fish Exchance, why Jill Biden really came to Romania, a man is eaten by pigs, return of over-qualified, and a medical annonmly that can be only be known as a "butt nutt". Consider this your warning. Music: Horisone…
 
A conversation with California based cactus and succulent collector - Adam, of Baker Succs. Adam has been collecting and arranging plants for a number of years, developing his style and extensive knowledge of cactus and succulents. In this episode Adam visually shared a selection of his cactus collection, truly showcasing his gift for staging. It b…
 
Another solventless extraction system for cannabis processing. I was able to catch up with Raechel and Steve Sherwood to talk about the Loxley Systems. The system could do a minimum of 750 lbs and up to 100,000 lbs per day. They will discuss how they pivoted to smaller models that can be used on the benchtop and in batch and continuous mode. How th…
 
Its the Pilly Spesh baby!!! This week we covered a variety of stories concerning how to pillage responsibilty from the classic "pray n' poach" to piking cars to blocking traffic with shoarma. We also have Visions from Vaslui, Dacia crash reviews, and the brand new segment NO CHANCE!! Always stay flaccid-proof with that Macron war chest baby! Music:…
 
A conversation with Arizona based cactus collector, Sunrise Cactus. Sunrise can often be seen exploring the deep desert - featuring rare plants from little known locations. In this episode he tells an inspiring tale of the challenges he faced growing up and how plants, physical activity and psychedelics have helped him overcome. Proceed with cautio…
 
On this special episode, integrative medicine experts, Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Victoria Maizes, answer questions sent by listeners. Join us as our hosts share integrative approaches to popular questions, such as: Is a vegan diet healthy for everyone? What about popular keto and paleo diets? How can you discern gluten-intolerance facts from fiction?…
 
Josh Rutherford is the co-founder of Pure Pressure, the provider of innovative products for solventless extraction. He was recently named the VP of Corporate Development of Agrify, Inc. We will discuss the increasing interest in solventless extraction of cannabis. After graduating from the University of Colorada, Boulder, Josh applied his understan…
 
A conversation with San Jose, CA based plant enthusiast - Roman, of @Roamcactus. Roman has been collecting and growing a wide variety of plants for 7 years. He discussed his very diverse and eclectic collection of everything from cactus and succulents to house plants. He has recently began offering plants via pop up markets in the bay area. Roman d…
 
This week we stick to what we know best: street meat, policing, fires, constitutional law, Bucharest green space, recreational sports, Prussian culture and why "over-eating" doesn't actually exist. Music: Yolanda Be Cool, Volkoder - Work Your Body Facebook: @WhenInRo Instagram: WhenInRoPodcast --------------------------------- No Cash Staying Ancho…
 
A conversation with Arizona based - life long cactus collector - Alex G, of Cactus Update. Alex returned to the podcast virtually from inside his greenhouse. We have the fortune of being able to peer into a day in the Cactus Update growing grounds. Alex is a skilled collector and grower of all types of cacti. He also works in within the UC system a…
 
Quentin finally left quarantine and is back from a 7-week excursion in Spain and Italy researching artisan prosecco and breathable speedos. The pod is back with a bang as we start off with a double FIRE OF THE WEEK, an expert in robberies is caught in the field, we learn about the sexiest truck driver in Europe, investigate the proclamation of The …
 
Episode 164: Are you a fan of Raptors or birds of prey? Members of this large group of magnificent birds include hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls. For many of us, seeing raptors in cities and in the wilderness is awe-inspiring. To learn more about these amazing birds, I am joined by Lisa Owens Viani and Allen Fish, co-founders of the nonprofit Rapt…
 
A casual conversation about analytical testing in the cannabis market with Ms. Alex Harris, a natural products advocate from California. Alex discusses how she became an advocate because of her health challenges her constant drive for learning and understanding all phases of the processes of Technology. Alex is a natural teacher who has podcasts an…
 
Lao Tzu, the 6th-century Chinese philosopher, wrote, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” 500 years later a growing number of studies demonstrate the powerful compounding effects of a singular action repeated over time. We welcome Arianna Huffington and Dr. Aaliya Yaqub, leaders of Thrive on this episode. Arianna Huffington is…
 
A lively conversation with Mr. Eric Kawka, Founder of Cattis Science in Hardwick, Vermont, about the future of plants with potential medicinal activity. Eric discusses SFX technology from extraction, purification, particle formation, and anti-solvent with supercritical carbon dioxide and co-solvents. From simple extraction to in-line decolorization…
 
An interview with author and Cannabis advocate, Charlena Berry. Her new book, Breaking The Stigma - Racism, Lies, the Opioid Endemic and Inviting Grandma to the Dispensary is out on Amazon 03/21/2022. Socials and bio are pasted below: Charlena Berry Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Amazon "Charlena Berry is the author of Breaking the Sti…
 
Primary care providers are often the first to recognize and treat mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. Despite the growing number of pharmaceutical agents that can be prescribed, there has been a dramatic increase in mental health disorders. What is happening in our society that is leading to this increa…
 
A conversation with San Diego, CA based artist and plant collector - Christie, of MadPotters. Christie started MadPotters in Brooklyn before moving to San Diego in 2017. She incorporates mediums such as resin and cement into sculptures and planters. She often utilizes Geode and crystal inspired molds in her work. Links to her webstore and social me…
 
Ethnobotany webinar: "From the Garden to the Research Lab: A Conversation with Nadja Cech", Feb. 17, 2022. Sustainable Herbs Program Director, Ann Armbrecht speaks with Nadja Cech about Dr. Cech's research on medicinally useful plants. Dr. Cech grew up off-grid in a counter-culture community in Williams, Oregon, where herbal medicine was a primary …
 
Ruyu Yao, PhD, discusses the value chains of goji berries sourced from China and the implications of this research for understanding links between medicinal plant quality and place. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Medicinal Plant Development, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College, China. …
 
The WhenInRo Podcast is back at it again covering the most important news coming out of Romania! This episode we investigate a policeman-deacon modern hybrid, a citizen who managed to purchase a city street at an auction, meet two brothers named Los Angeles and McDonalds, check in on the Cluj real estate market, miss out on a huge fight over parkin…
 
We are joined by The Voice of Liberty himself - Adam Carswell - as we learn about the new country of Liberland close to Romania, investigate a police investigation of a police officer who refused to pay for services rendered, FIRE OF THE WEEK, preservatives paired with hot sauce, visions from Vaslui, the Olympic sport of double luge, juiced Monkey’…
 
Episode 163: What if you could replace your monocrop grass lawn with a “solar powered regenerative system that stores carbon while creating habitats”? You can! Learn how in this informative episode with Owen Wormser. Did you know that the average lawn is a a biological desert that needs vast amounts of resources to stay alive? By replacing your law…
 
What are the keys to living a long, healthful life? Insights from regions where people thrive well into their 100’s demonstrates that diet, physical, social, and even spiritual factors contribute to longevity. In this episode, Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Victoria Maizes sit down with award-winning journalist, best-selling author, and National Geographi…
 
To quote the great Romanian spoken word artist Inna: "We take it all around the globe Baby everywhere we go Make it hot when mama arrives Shake, shake, shake" ....and shaking it up is exactly what we are doing this week! Join Cojo & Quentin as they go through a whirlwind crash course on all things Romanian music on this very special Mega-Medley Mon…
 
An interview with Joey, of Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't. Joey has traveled the world studying Botany in the field. While conducting his research, he simultaneously is creating top-quality (often hilarious) educational content - making learning the subject of Botany fun. His content creating is not only one-of-a-kind, but is advanced, with talented…
 
This week we are live from Pyongyang as Cojo and Kim Jung-Un through a joint birthday bash at Club ROA, examine some modern art, play some GTA Sector 6, acknowledge harassment on the roads, revel the wonders of the PSD bus, Sex with Neanderthals, Visions from Vaslui, FIRE OF THE WEEK, and the introduction of Orlando Grigorescu! Music: Sosa UK - It'…
 
Welcome in the new year with another visit from your Quentin Quarantino as we examine a new Romanian legend, confirm Belgium is racist, ponder if digisport photoshopped the body of an athlete, inspect some notable Christmas pigs, go WTF in Suceava, continue to remain puzzled by the mystery of Gabi Firea's colon and much more incoherent ramblings! H…
 
The Throat Goats are in the house as we have grown to become Romania's premier gay podcast as we examine the precedence of TikTok in the legal system, why architects are useless, an overview of some (but not all) corrupt new ministers, compare some CVs, bite some journalists, show some Christmas spirit, send some love to Andreea Prisacariu and get …
 
PLANT SERIES. Saw Palmetto: A Conversation on Sustainability, Quality, and Authentication (October 8, 2020) Saw Palmetto: A Conversation on Sustainability, Quality, and Authentication with ABC Board Member Steven Foster, ABC’s Chief Science Officer Stefan Gafner, Umasudhan Pal., CEO at Valensa International, and Edward Fletcher, President & COO at …
 
This week the pod shows support for the Romanian police as we go through a myriad of recent blunders including, but not limited to, a Christmas Pig Prank, Two Cops One Stick, the installation of national suspect beating academies, controversial amendments to pork law, why Bucharest's mass pollution is actually from BBQs, marching N'sync, paying fin…
 
An excerpt from the Sustainable Herbs Program Toolkit Webinar "Wild Plants are Our Business" with Erin Smith, MSc, CCH, Director of Herbal Science & Research at Banyan Botanicals, and Board Member and Co-Chair of the Sustainability Committee for the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) (June 21, 2021) To see the complete webinar go to: vimeo…
 
An excerpt from the Sustainable Herbs Program Toolkit Webinar "Wild Plants are Our Business" with Andrea Rommeler, Sustainable Wild Collection Manager at Martin Bauer (June 21, 2021) To see the complete webinar go to: vimeo.com/565736304. This webinar was co-organized by TRAFFIC, the FairWild Foundation, and the American Botanical Council’s Sustain…
 
An excerpt from the webinar "Wild Plants are Our Business" with Caitlin Schindler, Project Officer - Wild at Home, TRAFFIC & Giulia Muir, Non-Wood Forest Product Specialist at FAO (June 21, 2021) To see the complete webinar go to: vimeo.com/565736304. This webinar was co-organized by TRAFFIC, the FairWild Foundation, and the American Botanical Coun…
 
An excerpt from the webinar "Wild Plants are Our Business" with Susan Curtis, Director and Brand Ambassador at Neal’s Yard Remedies (June 21, 2021) To see the complete webinar go to: vimeo.com/565736304. This webinar was co-organized by TRAFFIC, the FairWild Foundation, and the American Botanical Council’s Sustainable Herbs Program to kick off Fair…
 
TOOLKIT SERIES. FairWild Week Webinar: Wild Plants are Our Business (June 21, 2021) This webinar was co-organized by TRAFFIC, the FairWild Foundation, and the American Botanical Council’s Sustainable Herbs Program to kick off FairWild Week 2021 with a practical discussion on why wild plants are everyone’s business. From shea butter to liquorice, th…
 
An interview with Chino, CA based cactus and succulent collector, Tony Marino - of Prickly Punk. Tony has been collecting plants for nearly 20 years. He has been an active member of multiple cactus and succulent societies, often entering his plants into the annual Inter-city cactus and succulent show. Tony grows thousands of species of cacti from s…
 
Welcome to the world of Hops, Humulus lupulus. In this relaxed conversation with organic farmer and Hops grower Acadia Tucker, we discuss this unwieldy and happy to be alive plant. We touch briefly on the history of Hops, which like its illustrious relative Cannabis, was once feared as a “wicked weed.” Now revered for its distinctive bitter flavor …
 
Bryony Morgan, Executive Officer of the FairWild Foundation, talks about what it means to make FairWild fair. (May 20, 2021) This clip is from the Sustainable Herbs Program Toolkit Webinar "Equity and Wild-Harvested Plants: Building Mutually Beneficial Partnerships," jointly held by the Sustainable Herbs Program and the FairWild Foundation. The web…
 
Speaker Jayant Sarnaik, Founder Member and Joint Director of the Applied Environmental Research Foundation (AERF), speaks about protecting cultural values with the FairWild Standard. (May 20, 2021) This clip is from the Sustainable Herbs Program Toolkit Webinar "Equity and Wild-Harvested Plants: Building Mutually Beneficial Partnerships," jointly h…
 
Speaker Marin Anastasov, Head of Procurement of Pukka Herbs, talks about what sustainability means. This clip is from the Sustainable Herbs Program Toolkit Webinar "Equity and Wild-Harvested Plants: Building Mutually Beneficial Partnerships," jointly held by the Sustainable Herbs Program and the FairWild Foundation. Thewebinar discusses what it tak…
 
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