Episode 29
Wellness Wisdom: Ancient and New

Wellness: it's everywhere and yet…what is it?  And is it attainable? How? On this episode two wise women share their philosophies, stories and recipes for eating and living well. London shaman Wendy Mandy's treatments and potions are so restorative that some clients, like veteran journalist James Fox, call her a witch. Co-author of Keith Richard's memoir Life, Fox takes us inside Mandy's treatment rooms where, over a series of days he learns some of Nigerian-born healer's wellness secrets, in this, her first American interview. 

CAP Beauty achieved a cult following so soon after opening that the all-natural beauty webstore expanded to a brick and mortar in New York and last fall, to the new Fred Segal in Los Angeles.  Prince Street's wellness-seeking hedonist Melanie Dunea sat down with CAP Beauty co-founder Kerrilynn Pamer to discuss CAP's first cookbook/lifestyle guide, High Vibrational Beauty, and their just-out adaptogenic-herbed CBD oil, The Daily Hit. 

Photo credit: John von Pamer 

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Segment 1
'I don't usually explain what I do'

Close down your left brain with veteran journalist and author James Fox as he receives shamanic wisdom from one of London's most sought-after healers, Wendy Mandy.   In this intimate interview, Nigerian-born Mandy shares a fraction of what she's learned from a lifetime of traveling and studying with indigenous tribes in Africa and South America. Rattle and gong included.

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Segment 2
'Wellness is a marriage, not an afternoon fling'

Recipes like 'Porcini Love Child.' 'Mountain High Crepes.' 'No Bones About It Broth.' Plus, advice on yoga, journaling, rebounding, meditation, manifesting, crystals, masterminding, colonics—it's all in High Vibrational Beauty, CAP Beauty's first cookbook/lifestyle bible. Prince Street's wellness-seeking hedonist Melanie Dunea sat down with CAP Beauty co-founder Kerrilynn Pamer to hear the story behind the all-natural beauty company's meteoric growth, what never to do on a plane, and why their brand new adaptogenic-herbed CBD oil, The Daily Hit, should be kept in the kitchen.

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'I don't usually explain what I do'
'Wellness is a marriage, not an afternoon fling'

GLOBAL WELLNESS DAY: WISDOM OF THE SAMBURU; POTIONS FROM A SHAMAN; ADAPTOGENIC HERBS & CBD OIL

Podcast
08 June 2018

June 2018

 

Executive Producer: Charles Finch

Producer: Elisabeth Robinson

Segment Producer: Rob Corso

 

Editor in Chief: Howie Kahn



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Episode music
Dave Brubeck, ‘Nomad’

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