Happy new moon in pieces, wonderful listeners!

This episode feels like a really wonderful treat to kick this moon cycle off with. It’s been a deeply resonating, wonderful and insightful conversation with Brunem Warshaw of Well Deep Remedies. Here is some of what we talked about:

  • Making friends with neighbourhood plants
  • Weaving disability justice and anti capitalist values into healing work
  • Prioritising plant connections in the way we spent our social energy
  • Navigating feminized labour with the support of plants
  • Heartbreak and grief as a sacred practice

Brunem mentioned the books Care Work by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Witches, Witch-Hunting, and Women by Silvia Federici. 

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Brunem is a Clinical Herbalist and wellness educator who weaves scientific and intuitive approaches together to support people in healing themselves with the assistance of plant medicines. Brunem is also a queer nonbinary femme with invisible disabilities who is descended from Irish and Ashkenazi Jewish ancestors. Their clinical practice Well Deep Remedies has a particular focus on trauma and addiction recovery, queer/trans support, ancestral magic, and disability justice.

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