About Millcreek Herb LLC

Merry HarrisonAbout the herbalist and instructor, Merry Lycett Harrison

Millcreek Herbs, LLC, is owned by Merry Lycett Harrison, a trained clinical herbalist.She received her training in 1998 through an intensive course of study with Michael Moore of the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and had an herbal practice in Salt Lake City for 20 years.
Her broad view of herbalism led her to complete the Master Gardener Program, and to also study ethnobotany at the Baca Institute of Ethnobotany and the science of essential oils at Purdue University.

HerbalGram (#55), the Journal of the American Botanical Council, and the Journal of Utah Archaeology (2003) have published feature articles on Merry's research on the botanical parts of a 500 year old Native American Bundle from southern Utah called the Patterson bundle. She wrote about Doc Williamsí saddle bag From Moab, Utah, and a large collection of herbs from an old pharmacy in Montana.

Merry has written a monthly herb column for Catalyst Magazine, Salt Lake's monthly magazine for health and the arts. Catalyst also ran her column, Creekside Observer, about the wild and natural world surrounding her home on Millcreek. She has been a guest on radio and television programs that inform the public about botanical medicine.

She teaches classes in medicinal and culinary herbs, herb gardening, and leads summertime herb trips in the wild. She was a faculty member of the Myotherapy College of Utah and taught classes through Utah's Red Butte Garden, the Utah Museum of Natural History and the University of Utah.

DISCLAIMER: An herbal practitioner cannot diagnose, treat or cure disease.


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