Wolf D. Storl is a cultural anthropologist and ethnobotanist. He is famous throughout Europe for his fascinating anthropological, scientific, and spiritual research into plants and their botanical, historical, and spiritual elements.
He has a Ph.D. in Anthropology (magna cum laude) from Berne, Switzerland, and has taught in India and in the United States, and he has traveled and conducted research in South Asia, India, Mexico, the Canary Islands, South Africa, and much of Europe, pursuing ethnobotanical and ethnomedicinal interests.
He has written some 25 books and many articles, which have been translated into many languages, including: The Herbal Lore of Wise Women and Wortcunners: The Healing Power of Medicinal Plants, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA, 2012; Healing Lyme Disease Naturally, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA., 2010; Witchcraft Medicine (with the co-authors, Dr. Christian Rätsch and Dr. Claudia Müller-Ebelin), Inner Traditions, Rochester, VA, 2003; Shiva: the Wild God of Power and Ecstasy, Inner Traditions, Rochester, VT, 2004; and Culture and Horticulture: a philosophy of gardening, Bio-Dynamic Press, San Francisco, CA, 1979, 2000.His most recent book is called A Curious History of Vegetables. He is frequent guest on German, Swiss, and Austrian television, and has also appeared on the BBC.
His website is: http://english.storl.de/dr-wolf-dieter-storl-biography.html
Interviews with Dr. Wolf-Dieter Storl
October 26, 2018
June 24, 2016