Master Herbalist Karen M. Rose has dedicated her life’s work to empowering individuals to reconnect to their own ancestral traditions. Over the past 20 years, she has created several outlets to offer her teachings and healing modalities to women, people of color, Black, and LGBTQX communities including the opening of her three Brooklyn shops, Sacred Vibes Apothecary, Sacred Botanica, and Sacred Spice. Karen also has a new book coming out in February called The Art & Practice of Spiritual Herbalism: Transform, Heal, and Remember with the Power of Plants and Ancestral Medicine.

Karen has trained over 400 herbalists through her Spiritual Herbalism Apprenticeship program and she is also the founder of the Sacred Vibes’ Annual NYC Spiritual Herbalism Conference, the Global Virtual Apprenticeship Program, and much more. In addition to offering herbal consultations, she also incorporates astrology and divination into spiritual guidance sessions.

Karen has been featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Black Enterprise, Refinery29 and Allure Magazine, and has partnered with brands like BET and Squarespace.

On this episode, Karen discusses the power of holistic herbal healing, the importance of ancestral wisdom, and plants that are particularly supportive in times of turmoil.

Pam also talks about why witches are so often depicted as green, and answers a listener question about witchcraft and grief.

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