Mary Blue, Clinical Herbalist

Mary Blue, Clinical Herbalist

Mary is only seeing clients during her herbal residency program (with students in the consult observing) the first Monday of every month.

If you are interested in an herbal consultation you can see the trained competent herbalists in the Community Herbal Clinic on Tuesdays from 9am-1pm. You can make an appointment for an herbal consultation there.

*Mary Blue’s herbal consultations are not intended to replace medical care.

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*Herbal consultations are educational, and are not intended to treat disease, but support health.
*Consultations take on average from an hour to 1.5 hours.
*Each consultation will come with a recommended daily tea, tincture, nutritional/lifestyle changes, and, if needed, a topical herbal formula.
* The cost of herbs is not included in the consultation price. The price of hebs ranges from $70 – $100 for one month of herbs.
* Please bring a list of your medications and supplements that we keep on file to the consultation.
* Consultations take place at the SAGE CLINIC, 201 Waterman Ave,  East Providence, RI 02914

The consult: 
The initial consultation is an in depth interview focusing on health history and health patterns.  During the consultation mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical patterns will be considered when formulating a personalized herbal blend.
An herbal protocol can last anywhere from 1 month-2 years. Mary often recommends, after health balance is achieved, a tonic blend to support health and prevent disease.

The protocol:
Mary formulates her blends based on:
* a client’s particular health needs
* protocol compliance
* the herb’s availability
* extraction methods of herbs
* energetics of the client and the herbs

The follow-up:
* The first follow-up is done by phone 2-3 weeks after initial consult.
* Depending on the particular client, an in person follow up will be scheduled for 1 month after the consultation.
*Clients are encouraged to contact us if the need arises. Many clients Mary sees for years, recommending herbal formulas for any health needs that might come up.

Price: $100 for the initial consultation


online appointment booking

All appointments must be paid for in advance. Full refunds are given to clients who give 24 hours notice of cancellation.
To cancel your appointment email us at:, or call us: 401-270-5223.

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Mary’s Healing Philosophy

Mary advocates for personal and planetary healing through herbs, nutrition and lifestyle. She focuses on using herbs to SUPPORT HEALTH, not treat disease. Mary’s healing philosophy also revolves around community, activism, education, social justice, and  health justice .

Mary’s Educational History
Over the last 15 years she has focused on gleaning experience from herbalists in a professional and informal setting. From 1999-2002 she acquired three years of herbal experience and knowledge from Danielle Cavalacci at Indigo Herbals, an herb shop in Providence RI. In 2004, she started her career as a Community Herbalist at Seven Arrows Herb Farm and worked for four years under the tutelage of Judy and Michelle Marcelot, botany and medicinal plant experts. She was a student of many wonderful herbalists while attending Sage Mountains advanced program in 2006. Most of her experience as an herbalist comes from working directly with the the public. She has hosted numerous teachers, conferences, programs and classes focusing on anatomy/ physiology, nutritional healing and in depth herbal healing at Farmacy Herbs.

Mary’s Teaching Experience
Mary holds a teaching associate position at the Brown University Medical School, teaching Western Herbalism to the Integrative Resident Program.
In 2006, Mary started developing the Farmacy’s Herbal Education and Training Program. She has run this program 2x per year since 2006, with over 150 students participating in the program. Her programs focus on herbal medicine,  health justice and nutritional healing.
Since 2001, she has taught classes on herbalism at local businesses,  hospitals, events, universities, high schools, nursing homes, elementary schools, conferences and to special interest groups and non profits.
Since 2009 she has been a teacher at the New England Women’s Conference and The International Herb Symposium.
She was a speaker at the 2012 USDA Women in Agriculture Conference.
She was a guest speaker at the 2013 United Nations Council on Women.