Herbalist and Natural Health Practitioner:
Dr. Linda Grace Kingsbury focuses on natural medicine ways to support you in building your health naturally. She earned a Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition focusing on Phytochemicals for Menopausal Women. She has worked in the field of Holistic Nutrition since 1979 when she was a trained as a Nutrition Assistant with Jack LaLane’s Health Club in Upland, California. She comes from a lineage of women gardeners and had her first 4-H garden when she was 10 years old. Now she practices her herbal medicine skills by formulating premium products with herbs she grows organically and gathers wild locally in Idaho and the Pacific Northwest. She won a new product award at the International Herb Festival in 2000. She is trained in European, Chinese and Ayurvedic Natural Medicine by the California School of Herbal Studies and Planetary School of Herbology.
As well as being a guest speaker on Seattle’s KIRO radio and Kona Hawaii’s KUOI, Dr. Kingsbury hosted “Ask the Herbalist” radio program on local Moscow station KRFP. She has published herbal articles in local and regional newspapers as well as and in the national publications including Shape Magazine; Body, Mind, Spirit Magazine; and Planetary Citizen magazine. She is currently completing her manuscripts on an Herbal Medicine book and Empath Self Care Workbook. Her popular herbal wisdom classes are held in the summer in her gardens and nearby wild spaces primarily in North Idaho. She has taught at St Gertrude Monastery in Cottonwood Idaho about the Herbal Medicine of Saint Hildegard of Bingen. She has been a guest teacher for the Plants & People class at Washington State University.
Dr. Kingsbury has taught at Health Fairs nationwide in the USA including Teton Wellness Festival, Sun Valley Wellness Festival, Portland Mind Body Expo, Albuquerque Whole Life Expo, Los Angeles Whole Life Expo, Holistic Festivals, and Angel Expos. Dr Kingsbury spoke at a Horticultural Therapy Society National Convention at the New York Botanical Gardens about her projects with the Nez Perce Tribe Drug and Alcohol program gardens. She has also taught herbal programs for Nez Perce tribal youth. For three summers she led Horse Therapy for Nez Perce at risk youth and as aftercare for addiction services in coordination with Behavioral Health and the Tribal Youth Program.
Her hobbies of visiting missions and monasteries, swimming with wild dolphins around the world, and devotional dance inspire all her work.
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