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Thanks-myth-ing

Your Brain on Facts

05:25 min | 2 months ago

Thanks-myth-ing

"Most without equal for this recipe you will need one each skylark thrush quayle ortolan lapping. Golden plover partridge woodcock. -til guinea hen guinea fowl. Wild duck red pheasant. Wild goose boostered and fake pecker pluck and got the birds then stuff the smallest bird into the next smallest birds cavity and so on until you have one neutron star of bird meet paraphrased from seventeenth century cookbook and you thought her duck in was a new thing. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Two days after this episode drops. It is thanksgiving in the united states and the supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts voted to go. Turkey talk today. So let's go through the myths and misconceptions by working our way through a painting an odd choice as this is an audio only medium. Certainly luckily we don't have to pick just one painting. Most paintings depicting the first thanksgiving in giant air quotes of sixteen twenty. One contain the same things about of puritan settlers dressed in austere black clothing. With bright metal buckles gathered around a table laden with food. Maybe the family patriarch is offering a prayer and a small group of native americans can be seen in the background. Maybe one or two in the foreground. If i were to show you jennie. Augusta browns combs. The first thanksgiving or the first thanksgiving by louise jerome farris painted within a year of each other in the early twentieth century. Incidentally you'd say oh. Yeah that was in my history book which year all of them probably. That's how we've been taught to think of historical thanksgiving's but we're not school kids anymore. So it's time to update that image paintings of the first thanksgiving referred to that feast in sixteen twenty one in plymouth massachusetts. What we actually know about the feast. Concretely is very limited. It mostly comes from a single letter. Written by a communist named edward winslow two hundred and twenty years later in eighteen forty one. His letter was published in chronicles. Of the pilgrim fathers by boston writer and publisher alexander young and it was young. Who called the gathering. The first thanksgiving even though the word thanksgiving doesn't appear anywhere in winslow's letter that feast wouldn't have been thanksgiving to the pilgrims. Puritans did observe thanksgiving days after fortunate events like a good harvest. The were religious observances. People spent the day in church often in silent prayer and they fasted rather than feasted. It's almost the polar opposite of the way we celebrate thanksgiving today. So that day wasn't thanksgiving and it wasn't even the first for a few reasons for starters. It didn't happen a second time. Let alone annually. So it can hardly be said to be the first of anything it would take more than two hundred years for an autumn. Feast referred to as thanksgiving too widely proliferate second. It wasn't the first meal shared by europeans and native americans in the new world. A reasonable drive from my home here in. Virginia is the berkeley plantation where a thanksgiving feast was held this one by the europeans alone. Three dozen settlers arrived in the chesapeake bay in sixteen nineteen on a ship. Captain by a man who had survived the winter of sixteen o nine in the jamestown colony a winter referred to as the starving time after a rough two and a half months at sea and another week on inland waterways. They finally arrived at berkeley hundred later called berkeley plantation on december fourth. They disembarked assembled a meal. From what shifts rations. They still had ham and wasters probably and said prayers of thanksgiving. It was declared that their arrival must be yearly and perpetually kept holy as a day of thanksgiving to almighty god end so it was for two whole years in march of sixteen twenty two. The poyton having noticed that the settlers weren't leaving and in fact were expanding their territory and kept trying to convert and civilize them attacked berkeley and other settlements killing over three hundred fair playboys if you ask historians in maine they'll tell you the first. Such meal happened not in sixteen twenty one in massachusetts but in sixteen. O seven in papa main. The popham colony barely lasted a year. Thanks to a fire in their storehouse during the particularly harsh winter and miscalculations like staying in a four right on the shore rather than moving inland where the forest could provide a windbreak. They arrived in the

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Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:35 min | 3 months ago

Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone

"In April of twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred Embraer selected veteran automotive industry CEO Francisco Gomez NATO as its new leader, and if ever there was a baptism by fire, he has gone through it in two, thousand and twenty. First, the COVID nineteen crisis hit crippling air travel and decimating demand for new airplanes then Boeing. Pulled out a four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent stake. Embraer's commercial operations after emperor had shut down its operations for forty days and torn the company apart for car route. So where does ember air go from here and how can it recover here to? Answer those questions as Mr Gomez. NATO in his first conversation with the trade media since taking the helm at. Embraer. Also, joining us from Frankfurt to ask questions with me is yen's photo aviation weeks executive editor for commercial aviation welcome. Francisco. Let's start with the obvious question. Why did the deal with Boeing collapse and what are you doing to put Embraer's commercial operations back together? First of all, he says measure to be here with you. Thanks for for the Vision for this guests. Well I mean. We need that. Boynton has wrongfully naked. Reasons for the whose possession be. As, you said before point two billion. Dollar purchase bronze. Of Visualization. Progressing up is fast all initial TV areas in the service there is our. bigly. Read the great in we. Him also updated our band recall Roy. Sweep one twenty five mile e Cudi Commissioning Gatien in thinking The covy nine. So how do you plan to return the company to profitability and and wh what initiatives are most promising? Okay so he s an old this year. We really with a big issue the I wa. Dropping no revenues of the back of the V ninety. So event, not Anita the nature of the point lead this machine was more challenging because. With this, wrong in revenues combine costs. And higher the more. Because all day costs League Office. So this year what we are. We are we demanded A. Crisis Committee, and defining fighting for your. help us open the. Office will be the communication blow so. I will. Soon. As fight for artists, one is to protect. The health people because of all, these Colby get along people working at Home Office, the one who brought pants. All measures we Brought back to their health. Sat, on the second yard. This project allegations. Falls or on. Our. Our expertise always, you reduce our investments on only boom, our the siebel payables. The everything we coons who protect. Our cash. Who Wins? The vast in four four son loans to help us with a Number, three. was. recaptured. Seniors. Said before I mean we we had to recover. These is we had because of the off process. process. BROISSIA's. We. Promoted a rightsizing the organization because of the. Back, but also because of the effects of the Kobe. Needed his response, your guys edition, only a reduced cost, the new dynamic for the Popham who prepared again Asian. Our other strategic planning, one, twenty, five, the four priority is tool and. Die Of. This To Have A. More efficient immoral Gile Open. I. Is was. Is Now who view the basis for our future road then. We Very. Very. Robust. Recalling. One twenty five. That's a note we want that will already enjoy. Eating very A. CENTURY OUR FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE From. Linked to on. Any. Were democracy to. We expect. Enjoy rules any Mel Revenue Spike essentially, our financial. For.

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Spagyrics, Ancient Medicine for the Modern World

The Plant Path

05:15 min | 4 months ago

Spagyrics, Ancient Medicine for the Modern World

"Hey, there everybody a popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism and welcome to our new issue here on the blog and You know there's something that I've been thinking a lot about lately I've just been kind of looking at the state of the world and at everything that's been going on you know within the whole political thing and all the stuff going on culturally and just with all of especially with all the fires that we've been having out here on the west coast it just feels like things are really heating up literally on planet. Earth right now and I've just been thinking about. US As human beings and our relationship to nature our relationship to the earth and the healing that is required of all of us right now as human beings and how the practice of herbal alchemy or. Six has this what I see as great power and potency to bring healing to the people at this time in a way that I see is really required and one of the things that I've been looking at and kind of thinking a lot about. This dynamic of separation, and that's a critical component of the specific process is the process of separating out the principles of a plant in the ways in which they're prepared ALC- chemically and looking at our culture and thinking about human beings and where we're at in the world right now and seeing that there's this course separation. In our culture that I think is really at the root of a lot of the problems that we're facing on the earth right now and I think that core separation is this illusion that I would say a majority of human beings on the planet are carrying that thinks that we're separate from nature it. I always like to talk about the difference between you know the world and the earth, and it's like the world is everything that the human beings have created from our minds if I just I live out here in the country. So I'm kind of surrounded by nature and trees and plants the earth that every time I go to a city it's like, wow, you know it's kind of overwhelming in a way being surrounded by all of these manmade objects that are human made. It's that ultimately are arising out of the human mind. It's like the world is the human mind made manifest whereas the earth is something greater something greater than US created the earth you know thinking of the way the elements are in the way nature is and how you know obviously, we didn't create that we're in we're a part of that but we've created this world that has separated us from nature into me. This is one of the core. I would say this is the core fundamental. Issue that we're facing on this planet right now and this separation this delusion that we carry that were separate from nature. I think is behind a lot of the major issues that we're facing and because of that course separation that it secretes the these deeper layers of separation within ourselves where. Our mind is separated from the heart. Our intuitive faculties are separate from our rational mind you know in our culture, you know or science is separate from our spirituality, and in that way, we create this world that is separate from the earth and to me the goal. Of the healing that we need to do at this time is individually within ourselves to heal those splits inside of us you know to heal those splits between our heart and our mind our body and our spirit. So that, we can become integrated unto ourselves and when that happens on a large scale, I believe that we have this ability to create a world that is a reflection of the earth that we can create a way of living a holistic way of living on this earth that is integrated into the natural ecosystem. That is guy right. That is this planetary intelligence that we live on and in order for that to happen though I believe that there's Deep levels of healing have to happen within human beings. Right and to me that healing is far beyond our bodies right that we need a healing in our minds and in our hearts and even down to this soul level healing. We're able to heal ourselves in a way that reintegrates ourselves in our consciousness and the way we live our lives into that intelligence of nature to remember that we're a part of nature and that everything that we do is impacting the earth

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The Different Types of Herbal Tonics

The Plant Path

04:53 min | 5 months ago

The Different Types of Herbal Tonics

"Hey everybody say Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism and what exactly does the word tonic mean you know this is a word that we see used a lot in herbal medicine and in the alternative health world here about health tonics and rejuvenated tonics and nutritive tonics and bitter tonics and Chee Tonics and. Tonic gets used a lot and I think this is one of those terms in western, herbalism or herbalism as a whole really that can really use a little bit of clarification to make sure that we're all on the same page when we use that word. So question came up in a recent Q. and A. Session with my students and around what's the difference between A. Tonic from the perspective of Physio. Medical ISM versus. The way the word tonic is used in, say your medicine or Chinese medicine. So that is what the topic for this video is, and hopefully it provides some clarity for you on what is oftentimes a little bit of a nebulous term question number one is coming to us from Stephen Roberts in the chemical. And Steven is asking are the PHYSIO medicalised? Term Tonic and the IR Vega, Russell, Yana for the most part interchangeable in your view. If not could you share some situations that might highlight where they do not correlate that? Well, that's a really great question Stephen. And it really brings me to the. Kind of conversation about the word Tana can and what the word tonic means. It's in Western herbalism a pretty loose nebulous term that. I find being used in a wide variety of contexts and depending on those contexts. The word has a very different meaning. So I'd like to define this term tonic a little bit and. Kind of elucidate a little bit of those different context. So we can understand what this word actually means. So oftentimes will see the word tonic be used alongside something like a bitter tonic or a nutritive tonic or a rejuvenating tonic. Or just a tonic herb. And oftentimes, those really all mean very different things and so to me like when I think of the word. Tonic. I really like at all right I really like thinking about the roots of words and how those roots of words correlate to other words and through understanding other words that are related words that are related to one. Another I think we can get a better sense for what they actually mean, and so if we look at the word tonic, the root of that word is tone. Right tone and when in the context of herbalism when we're looking at tone. We're looking at tonal quality of tissue which really is looking at how tight is it or how relaxed is it, and this is one of our. Kind of polarities that we see. In terms of herbal energetics oftentimes, we just look at temperature and moisture of hot and cold and Wet and dry, and it's very common to overlook the tonal aspect. and. That really is what makes up the six tissue states of the Physio medicalised you're mentioning here. So you have a heat check citation and cold depression in terms of temperature, and you have damp stagnation and dry atrophy in terms of moisture, and then you have a tension and relaxation. In terms of tissue tone and tension and relaxation are really really important to consider when we're looking at a tissue. It's not always pertinent but when it is, it's really pertinent. Right and you got to really address it because if the root cause of an imbalance is due to the tone of tissue. It's not GonNa be corrected just by attending the hot cold wet and dry right. So this is a very, very good understanding to have about. The energetics of a the tissues and conversely how the re what remedies we want to apply

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Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

The Plant Path

06:00 min | 6 months ago

Herbal Antibiotics and Gut Flora

"Hey everybody say John Popham. Here founded the school of Evolutionary herbalism, and it's QNA day today and. This week's question that I wanted to share with you all is. Is a very interesting question that comes up from time to time in regards to weather and herb can actually work like an antibiotic and possible benefits and possible risks. and terms of using herbs to treat pathogenic infections, and I think this is pretty relevant topic these days as we are in the midst of the whole Covid, nineteen situation and I'm seeing more and more people reaching out. To plants as ways of strengthening your immune system and wanting to look at antiviral antibacterial herbs, and how to protect themselves and their family. But as most of US know. Standard, antibiotics can have pretty detrimental effects on the body specifically in regards to the Gut Flora so in this week's Cuna. We're GONNA be talking about antiseptic antimicrobial plants, and they're kind of weighing their benefits and risks, and also kind of a what I think is a really excellent discussion in terms of the difference between how an herbal medicine works in the human organism in contrast to how a lot of pharmaceutical medications, specifically antibiotics work in the human organism. So I hope you enjoy the question answer for this week I question number one here is. Coming to us from Sharing Lemay and Materia Medica monthly. And Sharon his asking since Lemay kills off micro-organisms, is there a danger? It will destroy our gut flora the same way an antibiotic would especially if we drink it as a tea. Does using the tincture, keep it in the respiratory system, so it never gets down into the gut in any meaningful strength, so when used for a cold slash flu situation, the Gut Flora are not impacted, although since also affects the urinary tract. It seems its powers. Go throughout the body, so I'm just wondering if we are nuking. Gut Flora with Lemay mation great question Sharon. This is actually. This question brings up some really interesting dynamics. I think in the way that we think about how an herbal medicine works in contrast to how drugs work right. So this is a question that I actually quite a bit not just around lamasion, but around other herbs to especially see this one a lot with a lot of the. In containing plants. High drastic candidate insists golden seal. Mahoney Aquaphor Liam. Grape a cop, this or gold thread. Really any plant that you look it up in your book and you see. Anti Microbial. Antibacterial Oh. Is this going to adversely affect the Gut Flora? Generally speaking, I think the best answer to that question is for the most no. Obviously I don't really know if there's been a whole lot of scientific research where they measured someone's Gut, Flora. And then they took you know some of these whole plants. Or tinctures teas of these plants, and then measured it again and found that they were adversely affected. I'm not sure if that exists but from a clinical perspective. Through utilizing these remedies, we don't really see any of the. After effects that are pretty common. From as Sharon said, nuking the Gut Flora with an antibiotic right, which be off. Fatigue or post antibiotic use. Digestive imbalances. It's really common these days for. People to have digestive symptoms, digestive issues, and when we really do some digging in to the case and figure out we'll. When did it start a lot of times? You can trace it back to a time when that person was put on around of antibiotics, so it's really common. I've used a lot of verbs that are typically considered anti microbial antibacterial herbs and haven't seen anything that would indicate that it's adversely affecting the gut flora, and especially in the case with limitation. This is not something that I've seen. One study that was done. On a burberry isolate right so this would be isolated. An isolated alkaloid right Bergreen the. Famous alkaloid that we find in Goldenseal and Oregon grape grapefruit that has been demonstrated to have very strong antibacterial property. burberry isolate was administered to people in doses. I would say higher than you're going to probably be able to get from taking capsules or drinking, tea, or taking a tincture and. There was no. Signs of any type of Gut Flora imbalance, and that was actually a study that was done where they measured the Gut Flora, and after a period of time of administering pure burberry alkaloids, they did not see adversely affecting the gut flora

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Young adults unconcerned by virus "may be killing" others

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Young adults unconcerned by virus "may be killing" others

"Health experts growing increasingly concerned about the current spike in cases, Dr Ali Meqdad says the reopening processes seem to have given people a false sense of security. As we are increasing mobility and people are letting down. God, we're going to see more cases. And you have to be very careful. And that's exactly what's concerning him and other health experts in the state. The number of cases of covert 19 and Washington continues to rise, with many of these new cases found in young adults. According to the state Department of Health's Risk Assessment data. The transmission rate, which is the average amount of people that will be infected by someone with the virus, rose upto 1.6 as of June 18th. Health officials say a rate they're comfortable with is below one is given a chance is gonna spread for us. So we have to be very careful since the transmission rate was at 0.7 just two months ago, Health officials say. The last thing they want to see is rising hospitalizations almost Nick Popham reporting. No

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Medical Astrology in Practice with Kira Sutherland

The Plant Path

08:54 min | 8 months ago

Medical Astrology in Practice with Kira Sutherland

"Hey there everybody Ceja Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism in your host. Here on the plant pass and I know it's been quite some time since I've published a new piece of material here on the podcast and I'm really excited about what we've got in store for you here in this episode. I've got curious Sutherland. On the line here with me and in this episode we are going to be discussing with you. Some of the ways in which medical astrology can be incorporated into your healing practice whether you're an herbalist or a natural path or any form of holistic practitioner cure is just an incredible wealth of knowledge and understanding in clinical experience in. How medical astrology works Shira is natural path. A homeopath an herbalist a nutritionist. And we we met actually a number of years ago at the Renaissance Medicine. Conference put on by My medical astrology teacher Judith Hill and it was just myself and Kira and Judith and Matthew would there in Portland Oregon Teaching about these old old approaches to to healing grew using astrology and natural medicine. So I'm super stoked to have you on the podcast here cure. Thanks so much for joining US excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah so let's start off by just sharing a little bit about Your coach to healing how you work with people. I mean you've got a really unique. Lots of different areas coming together in your approach from the herbs and the naturopathy. He end the medical astrology. And I'm just curious if you could share a little bit about your story and how and especially how the medical astrology piece came into play in your approach to holistic healing awesome. I'm I oh my gosh where do I start? I'm actually American borne in San Francisco but I my whole adult life has been in Australia. If you're my accent go in and out So I grew up in the seventies San Francisco so I was around a lot of alternatives. things thinking one of my mom's my mom's a scientist but her one of her best friends was an astrologer who comes to feed me stocks. That was always kind of in my in my cells or in my awareness but when I studied naturopathy in my early twenties in Australia so just to clarify to naturopathy in. Australia is an Undergrad Bachelor's degree. And then you go on a new upper stop some different style of naturopathy to North American one. But as I was studying naturopathy I got really frustrated that you know they have all these beautiful things know you talk about a lot in your book about the vital force and all the energetics but I got really frustrated. There was no system to put things through because my brain works really systematically and everyone was finishing off studying ir Veda or traditional Chinese medicine and I was like this isn't this doesn't make sense to me. That were natural. Medicine has been so long. Where's our system because we must have one and I was. Yeah and I was. I started looking for a system to things through and then if you go into the history of medicine as well as I luckily started studying astrology formerly at the same time I finally came across medical astrology with all the elements and the humor's and I was like. Oh here's our system. We just threw it out three hundred years ago in medicine and nobody knows about it anymore so for me. Medical astrology really was like. It's like icing on a cupcake of what I was doing as a clinician because it it gave me that whole system put things drouin understand people better and so I didn't. I mean I have studied a bit of. Tci A year of Ir Beta now as well. But it's for me. Medical Astrology was just as beautiful system to overlay on the herbs the nutrition. Yeah that's really how it came about for me Nice. Yeah I love how you said that in the way that and this is the thing that I discovered and founded my own experience to being best year was you know there's all this you know clinical evidence and studies in science and then and then it's like. Oh but if you want kind of more energetic perspective or everyone looks to the east you know to Chinese medicine or Veda or the other systems and it was like. Where's our Western traditional model? You know and I always felt that too. Like how heaters all these little pieces in bits and bobs. But where did they all fit together? And I think it's interesting how you know. He is always seen as like. Oh Lake pop astrology. Look it up in your Sunday Pierre. And it's Kinda hot hot funny funny but I think people really realize how central it was to to the practice of Medicine Right. It was. It was completely there too. Wet Three Hundred Renard. Two years ago an and it makes so much sense especially the energetics of the elements and I mean I know you go into that law in what you teach as well but yeah because the West we had it just as well as the eastern for me It just yeah. It really was that last little piece to really put it all together and it's by no means we call it whether hop astrologer you know. All the alternative stuff gets called wou-wou down here in Australia. Had Yeah it's just it for me. It's such a core part of when I look at a client even if a client. No-one using medical astrology gives me so much inside even if I just have their birthday around what systems I really need to look at for being the underlying cause of what's happening with them. It's just for me. It's that blueprints or road map with much. Better directions to the person. So for for maybe. Maybe there's some listeners. Out there that like the concept of medical astrology is like wait wet. Maybe just give a brief lake snapshot of like like how. How exactly does astrology apply to our body and our health and healing like how? How does that work? I guess in a in a kind of big picture overview Sherbourne here so you know if we go back in history Which I'm not a great history teacher but anyway all the way back to kind of Egyptian Times or even earlier. We have a hieroglyphics and drawings of what they called. Astro Manner Zodiac Nan. And it was. It was an overlay of the astrological signs. The twelve signs over the human body so in astrology we start with aries and we finished with Pisces. And so if you take those trump signs in overlapping on the Human Body. Aries is the head. Tourists is the neck and it works. Its way down to high-seas feature good each of the signs and the planet associated with each of the sides has rulership of a bunch of different body parts organs and functions. So we look at. Somebody's you know. Even if you only know your sunshine because of your birthday we look to that sign for your if you use it a loss and maybe overuse it so there could be a bit of a depletion or a lack of vitality going on in that area of the body or if if we know a whole astrology chart every planet with sitting somewhere when you were born and so if we can actually pull up the circle wheel of a of an astrology charts you can look where all your planets were gives you an even bigger or blueprints as to what's going on with your body physically

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"popham" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"popham" Discussed on KOMO

"Com was Nick Popham reports a car responsible was going over one hundred miles per hour yes that we're seeing she is definitely on the rise in the sense of of the triple digit and suddenly there was a tragic outcome here so this is the person they believe because the collision took off on foot has been found changed a family's life forever for speeds that are absolutely insane regardless accidents says even though fewer cars have been out on the road it doesn't mean your speech should pick up shortly at the slower pace of life and how that reflect on your mile per hour I spoke with the person who lives nearby on camera he says it's one of the worst collisions he's ever seen in his life but if you know the person who's responsible for this collision you're asked to call the sheriff's office is Holmes county the problem come on it is W. police say a so called prolific mail thief is now in custody police say thirty one year old Jesse Allen is known for stealing mail from as far as to how much county to Pierce county lately officers say he's been snatching mail in the crossroads and lake hills area of Bellevue police have seen a one hundred forty one percent jump in mail theft reports this April compared to April of twenty nineteen due to stop mail thieves check your mail daily if you go out of town put a hold on your mail order trusted neighbor friend to pick it up for you and police say a locked mailbox can add an extra layer of protection como's Machel Esteban the covert parties of this past week in eastern Washington apparently did not really happen earlier this week health officials in the Washington County of wala wala warned about reports of people attending parties to purposely get infected with covert nineteen according to CNN they have walked those claims back saying the party goers were intentionally trying to get infected with the disease in an effort to develop immunity and we set.

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"popham" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"popham" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Well as we go through stuff things that did, and so, that's something that that where we're committed to is is to to learn as much as we can turn this. Carry some of those earnings for it you know. One thing that we we we we're doing is is is is. Working with nonprofit NGO partners around the globe treacherous, some of the the food security and health needs of our communities, and that's something that I know cargill will. That's part of cargill's DNA. And I know that's something that will continue to push forward as we as we come out of this which we all know, we will are in short order, so that's just a few a few a few nuggets from from how we how we move forward coming out of this Barbara. You know it's so easy once we get out the other side to forget what we've been through, but I think there's something very different about The situation that I'm looking for. I'm looking forward to all the good. That's going to come out of us and the silver linings that we have yet to realize. Sean I WANNA. Thank you so much for carving some time out of your busy schedule and all of your phone meetings Amid the snow in Minneapolis where you are to be with US share some important information with our listeners today. Yes absolutely Barbara. The pleasure is all mine. Thanks for the discussion. Many things to Stacey Popham Mike Kramer and Sean Layton for making the time to be with us. Once again because of the schedule demands during this time there was an added degree of difficulty, and so we thank you. We appreciate you so much, and of course. Thanks to all of you for listening. We know that your schedules have changed too, and we're so.

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"popham" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"popham" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"Okay so, we're going to get started with. Barbara Interview Stacy Popham who is currently the vice president of quality and Food Safety for the Americas region at Berry Calabro. Before that stacy was vice president, quality and food safety at treehouse foods, and before that she spent thirteen years at kraft foods in various quality and aren roles. Stacey has great to have you join us for the podcast today. Thank you Barbara I'm happy to be here. I guess we should start out by having you explain to our listeners of. What you do when your everyday job. Sure so my everyday job is to lead quality for the Americas region at Berry Calabro, so Berry Calabro if you haven't heard of us for the largest cocoa and chocolate supplier globally and as I mentioned I, sit in the Americas region, which is north and South America, leading quality and food safety. So, how have your job? Health, your job tasks changed in light of this crazy pandemic that we find ourselves. So! Yes, I'd say right now. I'm in that aspect other tasks as As it's nine. I am currently leading our incident management team for the. Region! so what this means is really helping to pull together. All of the different work streams that are happening to. That we proactively addressed the incident from all perspectives what I mean by. All perspectives is really. Are we taking the right actions to protect our people rights the people's safety part of of Corona virus, but then also our we communicating with our employees. How are we communicating externally so that people understand what we're doing as a company? What actions do we need to do to help our employees? And then also, what types of contingencies do we need to put in place? You know, suppose we have an issue at a factory in. We can't produce anymore or suppose. We have an issue with ingredients and we can't get that ingredient anymore. So what we do is, we have many different work streams to address all of these types of activities and I just helped to coordinate and steer us in the right direction. Infrastructure Actually Barbara because quality does typically have this type of role but a Lotta Times. You know really serious incidents. Our food safety so were. You know really familiar with the subject matter, right? Maybe you're dealing with. Potential. Pathogen issue, or you're dealing with a foreign material, you know the typical things. A quality person deals with so it's really a huge learning opportunity different experience, so it's very different when you're dealing with something more medical than for food safety such as this virus, so a lot of learning a lot of nighttime reading doing to be prepared. Sixteen in this role. You know it's interesting. Food certainly is an essential sector of the economy and for a lot of us out there. Especially now chocolate is absolutely essential so. How. Is there some special communication? You've had to give your employees to say yes. We're not soup or Chicken, but we are an essential industry and kind of help them come around to how important their role. Stolen. At the really good question, Barbara and I think you're referring to the fact that many states within the US in other countries have. Like shelter in place where the government has said unless you're in essential business, you.

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"popham" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Matters

03:19 min | 10 months ago

"popham" Discussed on Food Safety Matters

"We're sure that you'RE GONNA get a lot out of these interviews and we also WANNA. Thank each of them for fitting in well for fitting you in really. Into, their frankly insane schedules. We really appreciate it. An. Ask for news well. It's been pretty much covid. All the time has an so. Sorry, but it dominating our news here, too, so we thought we'd go ahead and highlight for you a few of the happenings. That are impactful to your business. So, Tiffany! Let's go USDA. An FDA have both issued various temporary flexibilities regarding food safety amid Covid, nineteen pandemic first FDA released a new guidance document to allow egg producers. They normally will be sending their eggs to facilities for further processing the flexibility sell their eggs for distribution to retail locations to meet the demand by consumers. When certain conditions are present. This policy is intended to remain in effect only for the duration of the public health emergency. Another change instituted by FDA is at the agency will shift to temporarily conducting foreign supplier verification program inspections remotely as practical until further notice. Importer subject to remote inspections will be contacted by an FDA investigator who will explain the process for the remote inspection and make written requests for records. In rare situations such as in response to an outbreak of foodborne illness FDA may still choose to conduct an on-site F as VP inspection. Lastly, the US Department of Agriculture, I the inspection services, exercising enforcement discretion for a temporary period to provide labelling flexibilities for products intended for food service, going to retail. There are separate labelling rules for several categories labeling at federal establishment labeling at retail for bulk product, already commerce and labeling at retail for product in unlabeled protective coverings already in commerce. FSIS also notes that these labeling situations apply to product that has already been produced product currently being produced is expected to meet all requirements. I think. What's really interesting about this last? One with the labeling is when you're shifting the supply chain in this manner, your lengthening chain, and so certain products that have a certain shelf life might be at almost the end of the shelf life by the time against retail, so we need folks to be aware of that as well. It was interesting to go to the store recently and I was looking for some soup. The delay in it, but instead of a small container that you know I could consume. There was a bag of soup. It was like well I. Guess for a family of whatever number that would be great, but for small groups such as my own. A little bit too much soup, but I was happy to see that stuff making it through the supply chain and know being used. Due to the corona virus pandemic, many industry trade shows have been postponed or we'll take place online..

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"popham" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"popham" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"The world. Are we have an incredible instagram program. And Moss mind program bomb so lots of different ways but the main thing for us is just able to provide those specific bits of information as well as the confidence attempts the tracks because also kind of building on from that one of the things that we have found is holding a lot of women. Is this confidence. Its lack of confidence or doubting themselves or seeing what everyone else is doing getting put off not that far head on so big. Paul Popham is to provide women with that confidence. It's kick daily. We call it like daily shot of Virtual Expresso So you'll see on our instagram. All of these amazing Costa so inspirational also make you feel like a bit far us so the daily Espresso is definitely one of my favorite ways of just being connect with the audience daily. Oh I love that and I I wanNA talk a little bit about the monthly membership. I mean you just shared kind of what it is an why you decided to do it but I would love to talk about it more from behind the scenes perspective because A lot of people that listen to this podcast. They want to create their own products and services and You know a service that any entrepreneur can create especially if they have an education into share as a monthly membership and I think monthly memberships can be phenomenal. But I would because I know that you have built a seven figure monthly membership and have done very have seen a lot of success and done very With your monthly membership but I know that there can be some challenges that come with that retention Creating new content finding experts to come in and lead content. So how how have you been able to not only navigate the monthly membership space. But I would love to hear what challenges have you faced throughout the growth of that. What are things that you kind of had to learn along the way to keep the retention going to keep it consistently growing and successful Such a good question. I feel like I could talk ships all day. Yeah so I I like the blood veins. It's the business that is just growing month on month without was having to read too much with it in terms of gross. I very much much grows itself through referrals now which is amazing. But as you said there's a lot of things you need to consider when setting them up so for us it was reading about. We could got a product out there at scale onto a lot of people. Because if you've got a low priced membership and you don't have the scale to be able to get it out there then. Chances are it's I'm not going to generate enough revenue to want to keep doing what he really way if you can do that so I think it all starts with being able to have this really solid. Boxing Plan Dot can help view reach a lot of people on then beyond that. You need to kind of consider how you're GONNA GONNA is it GonNa be Evergreen so that it's constantly open and no one really. I had a real reason to join in the beginning because we opened up these spots for founding members which was they would never price ever again on. It would be closing and we didn't know when we're going to reopen and for us. That was a big risk because say we only got ten people in an calling it a membership on when opening doors for another few months. Because we've said we wouldn't that could it'd be really scary but we really full handed the projections though you know what. We've got a really good chance of getting a couple of solid people in here a founding member so let's go ahead and do outweigh outweigh fast. So we did that and we decided to close the doors on. That was an amazing thing. I really told us the power. All's keeping kind of a closed space based on allowed us to redefine feasts in the membership and understand what we were doing before we then put more attention on growing we had to focus on the retention piece. So there's lots of kind of bits within it that we focus on the biggest thing for us is retention and Kuzma success and happiness. Because without that. You're memberships eventually GONNA stop unless you're constantly generating new leads it's GonNa stop and like people always say the best rate. Make money in your business to focus on the people that are already paying you the clients that you already have so. We saw very much hands on getting feedback from people. We'd be posing in the group almost every day. Like how did you find this. What about.

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Herbs And  The Digestive System

The Plant Path

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Herbs And The Digestive System

"Hey there CJ Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism him and you know one of the most important skills for the modern clinical herbalist is having the ability to successfully treat the digestive system. I'm sure you're aware about how. What a big topic really gut health is these days and you know in my opinion? This is is one of the most important organ systems to understand how to treat holistically From the Vita List Perspective of herbalism really looking at traditions of herbalism that understand the human organism plants not just through the lens of Science Science and chemistry and things like that but really looking at people in plants and understanding them through the perspective of the vital vital force that there is a vital intelligence within the human organism and within the plants so from those traditions really really see that the gut is the root of what we might refer to as the vital tree right if we think of the human organism as a growing tree that the the digestive system really is the root of that tree and as we all know that if the roots are healthy. The rest of the tree isn't healthy. Not Right and the same is true for people that if our digestive system is severely imbalanced. There's GONNA be Systemic problems happening right that. It's not that that a gut problem when it becomes seriously enough no longer is just a gut problem bloom right. That is going to affect other organ systems other tissues of the body and can actually lead to symptoms that one would not initially think that the root of it is located in the gut. Right things like headaches joint pain. Skin

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"popham" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"popham" Discussed on WEEI

"I. Popham news calling all sports with rocket Manute. Weekday afternoons at five eastern on S nation radio. This S B nation radio. The next generation of sports radio. For more exclusive espionage nation radio coverage, check out our staff writers at Espy nation radio dot com and don't forget to follow us on Twitter at SP nation radio. Hall of fame voters Clark judge, Rick Gosselin, and Ron Borges breakdown everything going on in the NFL. Plus, you should be the next great player to be given. A golden jacket on the talk of fame network here. Talk of fame every Wednesday night from eight to ten eastern right here on espionage in radio headed to Texas to watch your team play. But don't know where to go for that pre-game drink. Visit coach your Matt dot com for all of the hottest spots in Houston. Austin, Dallas Fort Worth, and San Antonio from the most popular bars, those favorite diner, jen's vote. Your math has it all then before you leave town. Visit some of the best places to shop for see some the site poacher math has extensive coverage on all. Things to do in the city. You're in the checkout coach, amac dot com. That's coach Matt dot com. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations, with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea, a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage, the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point three seven five percents, APR four point six five percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Breaks two point three percent. This great call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty. It's time for the award winning done McDowell outdoors. Shake rattle show for the serious outdoorsman as well as an office looking for tips from the pros. Steve. Fresh..

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"popham" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"popham" Discussed on WEEI

"Tell right now. He's not playing time sue. You might play doctor. I've had tear. Strains. I've had when he's gone through you just come back off the tears. You have I had it about five years ago trailer in your late fifties. Yeah. But I had to play football two. I'd have. Football at my twenties. Castrates couple of calf strains. And sometimes you're basically Sirius' but minute, they didn't have ice. They did. All we, we took a Cup last printed on there. Fulfills than he is. Yesterday for you. See I lost my calves around up number one. How many cats? Guy, which is, but Popham calling all sports with rocket Manute, weekday afternoons at five eastern on s nation radio as they should. I came to the conclusion, this doesn't hurt magic, and it doesn't help match. It doesn't hurt magic because he's Magic Johnson crying out. So here's the magic failed as head coach. He also failed as a talk show host in, nobody remembers nobody cares Najib's magic. No one's ever gonna go guy being the Lakers front office. President, I can't believe he's showing his face. Nobody saying, SP a with Tony de weekday mornings from six to nine eastern on SV nation radio. New shell v. Power nitro plus premium gasoline is engineered with four levels of defense against. Funk, where corrosion.

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"popham" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Me Thomas Popham today. We're going back to Moscow in nineteen fifty seven when the Soviet Union opened its doors to the west welcoming thousands of international students to a huge youth festival. Once again, the communist Poza festival of you going thousands of his ties cotton. Festival more than thirty thousand foreign students from one hundred thirty countries were invited to spend two weeks in the Russian capital, celebrating peace and friendship with music, dance, theater and sports. It was part of the so-called thaw relaxation of controls in the Soviet Union introduced by Nikita Khrushchev Stalin's successor, one of the British students who took part was kitty hunter, Blair a Russian speaker. He left London, Victoria, all interstate of site them. They may say there are lots of lots of students from all universities, and I think certainly Oxbridge sentencing. But a lot of people went whether they were studying Russian. When we go to brest-litovsk. There was an enormous crowd on that form. We actually couldn't get out of the train a sea of faces. Everybody asking questions where you sent here. Were you frightened to come here? How'd you know, Russian and sometimes there was news on the platform? Sometimes there was dancing children were giving us postcards. So the journey was mementos because every station these huge crowds. Particularly among the you..

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"popham" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"So what do you say to people who say, look, you know, just carving out millennials as being so hyper unique that you have to rethink everything you do from a marketing and selling perspective does disservice to the other generations that may behave similarly to them in certain areas, not everything but in certain areas. I think it is important to think about millennials as a different sense. There are too many distinguishing characteristics between millennials and older younger generations to consider them altogether. And just as you know, you saw a product differently when you're communicating to different customer bases different customer segments. You wanna consider millennials in a different light to us? You track them a future talent or a speech customers? This fall. I think fair distinguishing characteristics are done wanting to ensure that they're working at or shopping from company that's mission oriented through which therefore their contributions will create global impact that they want to ensure that their values are aligned with any wear or any thing that they're societas with and alternately that translates or business in this translates into a number. Of different facets, former business from how they communicate their inside. Sue, how the communicate on the outside. It's a what can people learn, you know, I think. It. I I I agree with you. I mean, I think there are certain things that are very generational. But I feel like technology is starting to erase some of that as more and more people become more and more comfortable with technology. But it doesn't change the fact that you were raised on technology. Like, you're learning ruby on rails at whatever age in Europe learning online, which was never something. I could do you know when I was fourteen. So you know, alternately there's going to be some advantage and uniqueness. But I think there's also something to be said for taking a portion of what everybody shares now, which I think your platform is a great opportunity, not just for millennia women for women in general, as well, you have to go and share and be a community that has like-minded thinking and everyone's trying to, you know, raise the awareness and goodness and value and information consumption evenly, regardless of where you are in the world. When we developed out our features and end certain characteristics about the pot form, we had women in mind. Of course, the way meet which message of hot form are very much ensuring that it's going to be an inclusive environment for women as as your highlighting. We're not ecstasy so inclusive with women, but we never exclude outside. You know, we never exclude those beyond women so therefore were on -clusive with women at our older. But ensuring that it's a powerful Popham for anyone.

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"popham" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on The Plant Path

"Path your Window World of urban with sage founder of the school of evolutionary herbalism. Hey there buddy stage Popham here founder of the school of evolutionary herbalism. And I had the opportunity the other day to treat a condition that I had never had an opportunity to treat. And so I thought I would shoot this video here for you sharing with you the formula that I had used four this person that was incredibly successful incredibly rapid in its results, but it was for a bit of a slightly embarrassing condition. So for the first time ever, I had an opportunity to treat hemorrhoids. And I know this is something that oftentimes can be a little awkward and uncomfortable for people to discuss especially for clients. Sometimes it's feels a little bit embarrassing, and they don't really like to talk about it super openly. And and so I thought I would take this time to share with you a holistic approach to treating hemorrhoids and as well as talk. A little bit about more of what the underlying tissue states and pattern and herbal actions and kind of approach that you wanna take towards treating this condition. So really for me. I actually had no idea how incredibly uncomfortable and painful, hemorrhoids could be and really. So essentially, what a hemorrhoids is is the veins in the anal region become engorged with blood and actually protrude from the anus. Right. So that's pretty much. What I my understanding of what a hemorrhoids was what I didn't realize which this person helped to illuminate for me was how incredibly painful and uncomfortable. They are. And so this person was primarily. Complaining of a very intense hot burning irritating pain pronounced by a lot of genus as well as this sensation of fullness of like this pressurized pain. This person was actually saying, you know, I almost want to like take a needle and like Lancet to drain the blood out to relieve all of the pressure. It was so bad that this person really couldn't sit down without significant discomfort. It was affecting their sleep. And it was overall producing a serious concern for them. And basically they had described that the vein because they had been looking at it in a mirror that the vein was approximately this big around the largest one was this big around protruding out down there. So what was interesting to note, though, is that I think in general an interesting thing to note is that a conventional approach to treating hemorrhoids is really topically. Right. So the kind of main preparation that we see in over the counter medicine that you get at a drugstore is a. Called preparation age, right preparation hemorrhoids. And it's got a whole bunch of different stuff on it. And I actually did some research on it. And it was interesting that I noticed in the inactive ingredients there was some aloe. Vera, which I thought was was kind of interesting that allo was considered an inactive ingredient. When of course, we note that is totally active and medicinal. Now, it's also really common for herbalists actually to approach treating hemorrhoids topically that instead of preparation H. They're using more of an herbal Sav or cream that is just applied topically throughout the day. But before I share with you the formula that I use for this person..

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"popham" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"With Bill that is real lazy with his. Rappers already open when I get yet, but did that for a reason. He doesn't know what I did, what you just mushroom every day, the Mexican government ships at one hundred kilos day of what of cocaine, but they break it up. They ship sixty. Thirty. Three sixty thirty right. Three, three, three, six sixty. They said like four times. So thank heels on one meal. Ten kills on the other turnkey. The one meal and the grand prize is the sixty. They they work with statistics percentages. All right. So they get. What are those meals at Boston. They lose kill us, but they still get ninety. So it doesn't matter they, they include that the profit so play. I gave away a fucking every day. We'll have another way sees edibles. Yeah, they come a little butter packets, so will I do as I opened my Popham Popham for purpose because he thinks this something like class leaf. And fuck them because he lets me. So if you opened up look inside of that, there's a little butter back, let you tell listen, I open put in their receives really do nothing too. So. Thanks. I gotta with the spray bottles. Right? Yeah. Are they wish is fucked up really do. Yes. So tonight I sprayed the the act divisor hit Xanax a little cord. Zanex the bottom. What does annex eight thought he was like an inspector. He thought he was against the next. You know, he swabbed the fucking cats, rank relies. So fuck. Fuck saying giving chemo pills. I wrote again with u. two nights. The you said you got a girl or what? No, I'm I'm single now what happened together for four and a half years, and I'm not ready to get married. We're still close the friends going on new day slam dating. It's been hit new boundary. You high right now. I little bit. Yeah. Yeah, you seem very high right now. We're told later with you. Are you getting more high now? Could you seem a little high right now? Want to stop. Whether you arrack. The way the ball hit showing I ask because you you look a little uncomfortable. Did you eat one of these dummies yet or what? Yeah. Yeah, that and the something out, what do you mean? We will mushroom. He did sure what's mushroom cap mushroom and whatever that do makes you see things, but why do you do that now? Because the Monday, because that's the reason why I say most party everybody wants Friday professionals do show. Two. Fridays on the road on front. Yeah. Would you when you get high and go on stage or you wait until afterwards? But lately, you know, it's funny Bob, Shirley. A long time, twenty years. You said, when you came in here, you really show more by the way you want to get off the road. You know what the road is. Our easiest thing might have been the rotas pressure because you have to sell. That's what the pressure comes. Yeah. But if you take that pressure way, the road is a lot of fun. You know, since my podcast that pressure's gone before it would, it would be touching, go some places. I'm not selling any tickets, but now because I have tutton tiger belly fans, they come out and it great money. And I get to see my people and my people are good people. Their spiritual people are fucked up, but they're all like me in. They get half their head shaven you know, acne on their face. Good titties, you know, the killing it. What are you looking at? Me like that for because I learned one talking to you. I see the twenty years I have known using you grown as man. You're fucking kit with a fuck escape board. Fuck your question. I'm not questioning you. Do you only like eight years older than me were kit with escape board, doing communist man, your big headed Cuban dude. When I made fucking lick the world fire mad TV, and then you give me pills that you pulled a knife on you fucking Kelly, Kawasaki bridges, some mother fuckers set, which I. Larry took carry yourself. You Bill different man just lays on fucking journeys that people Deva get..

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"popham" Discussed on The Plant Path

The Plant Path

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on The Plant Path

"Hey, everybody Ceja Popham here founder of the school of evolutionary herbalism. And last week. I shot a video talking about this concept of ecological physiology and being able to understand the reflection between the human body and nature and ecosystems, right? And kinda juxtaposing that to more of a mechanistic understanding of how our bodies function and got me to thinking about just the practice of herbal medicine in and of itself and the importance of balancing our studies and our work as herbalists, right know, You it's. know, it's it's really easy when we get into herbal medicine to get really excited about the plants. Right. I mean, obviously, we're herbalist. Right. So we love plants, and we love going out into nature, and we like harvesting the plants and growing the plants and making medicine out of the plants and studying and learning about the plants, but what I've noticed with a lot of folks, especially those just getting into herbal medicine is that it can be really easy to forget about the other half of the herbal medicine equation, right? Which is the people right that as herbalists. You know, our ultimate goal is to help people right is to bring the healing power of the plants to the people. And you know, I always say that the herbalist to me the ecological function of the herbalist is to be a bridge between the earth and the world between the botanical kingdom. And the human kingdom and in order for us to affectively be that bridge. We have to have a foot in both worlds, right? We gotta have one foot in the plant world and one foot in the human world. And it's one thing to you know know about the plants and learn about the plants and harvest them and make medicine, but what's all of that four. Right. What is all of our knowledge, and our understanding or all the medicines that we make and all the medicines that we grow. What's it all for if we're not going to actually know how to give it to people? Right. That that that the learning about the plants is only one half of the of the of the picture right of the equation that we have to know as much about people as we do about the plants and to me, this is a critical element of herbal medicine that is very commonly overlooked and is incredibly necessary. Right. I mean, I can remember when I first. Started practicing as an herbalist over ten years ago that it became very clear to me how important knowing how to work with people is right knowing how to do a good intake an interview knowing how to ask people the right questions. So that you get all the information that you need in order to select the appropriate remedies grant that you have an understanding of their constitution. Right. The overall makeup of their body. They have an understanding of the organ systems, right? How the organs function what happens to them when they become dysfunctional, right? That you're able to translate between the symptoms that someone is having and relate that back to what's going on within the organs and the tissues of the body and being able to learn how to assess those things right being able to learn how to understood. Fanned the core patterns of what someone is going through. So then we can translate that over to the plants that we all know and love so much, and this is a really really important aspect of herbal medicine. And ultimately requires us to broaden our knowledge broaden, our understanding right that we can't get so tunnel visioned in on the plants that we forget about the people that were going to give them to. And you know, I think there's different layers to being an herbalist rate. You know, we've got a lot of different levels of that different scales of the practicing herbalist, right know, a lot of us get into plants because maybe we've got something going on in our own bodies that we need help with right? And we don't want to take a conventional approach. We'd rather work with the medicines of the earth. Right. Maybe some of us have a calling to be of service to our families. I know. A lot of herbalists that get into plants because they have kids, right? And they don't wanna take their kids to the doctor and pump them full the bunch of antibiotics and vaccines, and so they turn to the plants. You know, maybe you have a calling to be of service to your greater community. Right. Maybe you want to help your family and.

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"popham" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Gun and immediately the left says well we need to ban guns a few weeks later london for the first time ever has a high moderate the new york city first time ever and they have no guns you can have a higher murder rate the new york city and no guns need to be involved in london people are just killing each other with knives so unlike the popham thing where they said oh we go to ban guns in london they now say well we got a ban knives so the mayor of london has made it illegal to walk on the street with a knife i know what you do if you go to the kitchen west store and you buy said a kitchen knives and you're walking them home and a constable stops you and demands to know what's in your bag but at any rate the mayor of london has banned knives and the policemen again around confiscating all knives you can you can rack up a high murder rate the new york city just by killing people with knives so we had ban guns ban knives toronto this guy kills ten people with a cow and not yet banning cars manatt yet banning husband said they just put ball odds now these great big ugly concrete lumps all along the side sidewalk they've just install them this morning after what happened yesterday that union station in toronto again regulating th that it's all about the implement it doesn't matter what you kill people with they react to the implement use whether it's a gun a knife or a motivational and it seems to me there's something bigger going on here the any bishen the erasure of inhibition the innovation against killing large numbers of people seems to be disappearing throughout the western world and that's really what we ought to figure about why do so more people than ever i mean it used to be whether you're talking about parkland people had access to guns nevertheless they didn't go and kill large numbers of people people had access to cars they didn't ride them up on the sidewalk and mow down large numbers boy are seeing the erasure of inhibition and if you have any solution to that gimme a cold because that's going to be a if we dot com get that on the control that's gonna be a.

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"popham" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"popham" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Like the most of mac hewlett landscapes tests were ordered like blurred al so you can tell oh you could tell it was the testicle ism harry nuts i would say they were like they look amy normal vani nuts you're just like wow dude were the hanging low legs warm day or they scrunched up i think he is like a barometer of the really tell play okay he's out there oxygen really thin up here they don't have to breathe nearly as hard shit no way heart such idioms will you have two more the further you get that's i don't know how it works just know that like look on no is when you are south of the equator when you flush your balls they go the opposite direction that's all i know i think that's a really yet on what happens when you flush your balls never really paid digit really should not you should sometime for me it's extremely painful thing only ever done it three or four times have you ever like accidentally like just slapped your balls yeah a couple times like just just like being stupid i mean it wasn't like this will be fun whacked it it was just like accidentally things strike them and then like my favorite thing is like when year where he swept hit some you pull up sweatpants you dislike popham accidentally catch your bully because the stretchy band is just too thick you're like you just pull up.

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"popham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"popham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A baby girl the officers were called to an apartment building downtown yesterday because the young woman was screaming absurd clinton popham says he knew right away what was happening to your tissues armas pregnant mbr issue her basically watered broke already uh there is a trail for her room to the hall where she was to any options a 19year lapd that in a father of four he says the baby wasn't crime when it first came out but he gave it a little smack on the button everything was just great a man and woman have been found stabbed to death in baldwin park they were found this afternoon in the area of senator street in palm avenue investigators say both or asian no other details had been given a clinical psychologist who works for la county says as belair over the weekend he says the gift represents the republican tax plan which american people wish they could return f had professors and directors of clinics from two belair over the weekend he says the gift represents the republican town plan which american people wish they could return f had professors and directors of clinics from different parts of the country safe you get fired i'll harry signatures has taken over the investigation disoriented salmon in the state or having a hard time finding their way back upstream after catching a lift earlier a report in sacramento bee says hatchery authorities carry the wayward salmon toward the pacific ocean and tankertrucks back in 2014 in 2015 some of those same salmon are now swimming all fruit as they try to return the united airlines passenger travelling for christmas as the airline gave her first class seat to texas democratic congressman sheila jacksonlee airline says the customer had cancelled her seat because of a weather delay but the woman says she didn't she told the paper in houston she was given a seat any economy plus and saw jacksonlee sitting in the seat assigned to her airline is apologize to the customer and gave her a 500dollar travel voucher a statement from jacksonlee says she didn't ask for anything exceptional or out of the ordinary a teenager in virginia.

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"popham" Discussed on GFM Podcast Network

GFM Podcast Network

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"popham" Discussed on GFM Podcast Network

"Everything just had to be open at the same time if i needed to jump back and forth and so whatever news was developing yeah yeah and then in terms of twitter ineffective only subscribe to one twitter account it would definitely be mysterious sees that for the price yes thank you yes i'm not just saying that because you're here are really really really really important and they're very special and i'm truly honor that you guys are both here and we get to talk about preparation deluxe which is a very interesting release i want to start off by saying i've already kind of mentioned this to dewayne as a huge prince fan and this being the thirtieth anniversary of some times i was really disappointed that there wasn't a deluxe version of science times as the first offering but everybody and their mama knows why the first deluxe version and as a hardcore prince fan i could care less about the remastering i just wanted the outtakes and unreleased tracks that's the only disc that matters to me alongside the film because i had the film on vhs and i hadn't watched it and forever because i know longer have vhs player and i still have a vcr up in my apartment only for my prints justin i still have one box of vhs just in case i need some popham in does it blink twelve no it was a newer right okay twelve yeah it's a great thing to put dust on yeah.

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"popham" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"popham" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The game source other solo blast by kalla bellow the acer's bouncing at the plate awaits the pitcher bracho it's a fastball strike taken at the knees of the inside quarter odwong a double to extend his streak to a leaguehigh thirty nine games vertigo has reached a walk at his game with oklahoma city so they remains tied at the top but the thirty nine games is the longest the pcl this year regardless of what had happened a one pitches a breaking ball taken inside for a ball thought about it did the hey sousse what about nav the way in quickly brought the barrel of the vat back two outs nobody run running for the socks in the solo over by kalla bellow scott popham up a little bit talk a little bit about new england and he gets it karcher has rise smile to buy right little three hopper hit down the line at third ice backhanded clay behind the bag by asked deal add a coach strong through the first base that many times we said that this series for asked if he'll continuing to play a very good hot colder forty aces and the five ground out is the final out of a seventhinning bought the damage done as the sky sox pinch hitter chris color belo it's a solo homer the did centered ties david vied as we had to be a carrot extra sports thirteen under hold everything for less the pack stores save event is going on now at the home depot and the shelves are full of smart moving solutions like moving boxes from his little seventy seven cents bubble.

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