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Still Growing...
(Jennifer Ebeling)

Mar 31, 2017

Jodi is the creator of Inspired Living Home Body Spirit. She started her study of herbs over 15 years ago.

Jodi is the soulful mother of three boys. Her specialties include: herbal consultations, hand-crafted herbal remedies, energy healing, herbal instructional classes
and inspiration.

Herbs are some of the easiest plants to grow. In fact, I always say herbs are great gateway plants to gardening.  Herbs not only make good food great, but they also offer a variety of health benefits. Herbs can aid digestion and ease inflammation - and who doesn't appreciate good sleep?  Jodi shares simple ways to make already-wonderful plants even better as you use them to heal and improve your life.



Inspired Living Home Body Spirit

Jodi McKee  |  Herbal Love

Jodi McKee Shares Her Passion for Herbal Remedies with the Community | Lake Minnetonka

Jodi McKee featured in the Edibles Expo 2017



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