Old Ways Herbal, Juliette Abigail Carr

Women & Children's Herbal Clinic, Vermont Herb School, & Ramblings on Family Herbal Wisdom

About Us

What We Do

Old Ways Herbal is located in Newfane, Vermont, on a small farm of pristine forest and fields overlooking the Rock River.  It is the home and practice of Juliette Abigail Carr, a nationally recognized herbalist who teaches at national and regional conferences as well as at Old Ways Herbal School of Plant Medicine, publishes widely, and maintains a busy clinical practice in women and children’s health (offering both in-person and long-distance support).

We are centrally located in New England: 20 minutes from Brattleboro, Putney, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, 2 hours from Montpelier, 2 hours from Albany, 2.5 hours from Burlington, 2.5 hours from Boston, 4 hours from New York City. 

The School of Plant Medicine is located in our forest Botanical Sanctuary and offers three levels of coursework, an in-depth apprenticeship, and workshops on a variety of topics related to science-based herbalism, gardening, and homesteading.

Old Ways Herbal Apothecary and Clinic uses traditional techniques to create herbal products available in person and online, including products just for children and custom formulas designed for your needs.  We offer private clinical consultations to help community members learn to maximize their families’ wellness, with office hours in Brattleboro, Newfane, and over the phone.

Land stewardship, community building, and promoting health self-empowerment are central to our practice.  Use the links below to learn more.

Old Ways Herbal School of Plant Medicine

Production Philosophy

Stewardship

Educational Botanical Sanctuary

Community Building

Juliette Abigail Carr, Herbalist

 

 

 

 

 

geese in front of the dairy barn

Disclaimers

This blog is a labor of love.  Please do not reproduce my writing without my permission.  Feel free to contact me and I will get right back to you.  Thank you.

The information on this site is my opinion only and is not intended to diagnose any disease or otherwise step outside the scope of practice of someone writing online for public consumption.  Please make your own informed decisions, and see the health care provider of your choice if you feel unwell.  Thank you.

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