Brunem Warshaw is a clinical herbalist and wellness educator who combines western and energetic approaches to support people in healing themselves with the assistance of plant medicines.
They believe that healing is participatory, profound, and possible. Brunem's services are client-centered, nonjudgmental, trauma-informed, queer-affirming, and completely confidential.
Brunem Warshaw studied with the Elderberry School of Botanical Medicine in 2011 and with the Blue Otter School of Herbal Medicine in 2015. They are now on the faculty of the Elderberry School and teach for them annually. Brunem taught and practiced Herbal First Aid with the Rosehip Medic Collective for several years and has done support work for people experiencing poverty, addiction, neurodivergence, physical disability, and life with AIDS. Brunem's practice draws upon ancestral reconnection magic and intuitive skills as well as contemporary scientific data. They believe the generosity of the plant world is truly humbling and feel honored to connect people with the power of herbal medicine.
What is clinical herbalism?
Humans from every culture have been in relationship with medicinal herbs for thousands of years. Clinical herbalism is the practice of using plant medicine, nutritional counsel, and lifestyle suggestions to support our inherent capacity for healing on every level - physical, emotional, and spiritual. Plant medicine, in many instances, works slower than taking a pill, however the changes that occur are deep and sustained.