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  • n. One who studies herbology.

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Examples

  • She was known as "The Angel of Tucson," and often accompanied one of the town's doctors on emergency calls as a self-trained holistic practitioner and herbologist.

    Personal Information for Terese Marx-Ferrin

  • I have taken fenugreek and blessed thistle as I was desperate for my milk to come in after an emergency cesarean and was comfortable with herbs as I grew up with a herbologist mother.

    » Breastfeeding Supplements Strocel.com

  • Geraldine O'Keefe, herbologist, sleep expert and creator of the much touted "Escape to Sleep" tonic was Norma's featured "Wellness Wednesday" expert.

    Janice Taylor: 15 Tips for Better Sleep

  • Hippocrates, a successful herbologist and the father of modern medicine, told us that we should make food our medicine.

    HIPPOCRATES, MECHANICS AND YOU--A HEALTHCARE REBUTTAL

  • The serious writer looks back on a long and distinguished career as an herbologist.

    The serious writer and her bush

  • She's marrying fiancé screenplay writer and tonic herbologist Randy Zamcheck.

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  • I'm also an herbologist, so a lot of the work I do with people is helping them with their diet, helping them with alternatives to the drugs that are causing more problems, because with Sam's situation the pharmaceuticals were ruining his stomach, so I was helping him with herbs.

    LA IMC

  • I’m also an herbologist, so a lot of the work I do with people is helping them with their diet, helping them with alternatives to the drugs that are causing more problems, because with Sam’s situation the pharmaceuticals were ruining his stomach, so I was helping him with herbs.

    LA IMC

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