Liane Ventura

Liane (@TheWeeklyApothecary) is a graduate of Warren Wilson College in North Carolina where she studied Biology with a focus in Botany. Prior to her formal education, she had years of experience working with plants through both urban gardening and rural organic farming. She continued to work in greenhouse maintenance through her time at Warren Wilson. As a plant enthusiast, she is self-taught, mentor lead, and workshop learned in the realm of herbalism. The Weekly Apothecary, blog and signature tea blends, is a part of Liane’s work with plants. She continues to work with the healing properties of plants and to live the herbalist lifestyle in her own life and within her community of family and friends. Currently, Liane is a graduate student in Public Health to learn more about engaging communities is healthy behaviors and wellness.

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An Overview of Acupuncture: Part Two, The User Experience

[wpsm_quote author="Amber" float="left" width="100"]Liane dives into a user's experience of acupuncture, explaining some of the techniques available other than needles. [/wpsm_quote] Acupuncture is most commonly...

An Overview of Acupuncture: Part One, a Radical History

[wpsm_quote author="Amber" float="left" width="100"]Liane shares an overview of acupuncture, one of my favorite healing modalities to receive, with a look at its history and some...

Bone broth: Thoughts and Techniques

[wpsm_quote author="Amber Pixie" float="left" width="100"]I always save bones and scraps for making soup stock and bone broth! Enjoy this recipe and technique from Liane.[/wpsm_quote] Recently,...