The personal bio.....I used to dread this part. Now, I own it. All of it, even the not so shiny parts. They helped me to find faith, faith in myself. It took me a while to get here, but it's a lovely place to be and I wouldn't trade it for anything. I can finally say I love who I am and who I am becoming! When I began to invest in my self growth instead of running from it, people around me started to evolve as well. I finally understood the ripple effect. That's why I'm committed to helping women everywhere transform into the best versions of themselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
My name is Hillary Talbott and I am a state and nationally certified Acupuncturist and Clinical Herbalist. In the state of Florida, I am one of ten, board certified oriental reproductive specialists. What exactly does it mean to be a fellow of ABORM (the American Board of Oriental Medicine) you ask? It means that I have devoted my practice to the treatment of women’s health with an emphasis on reproduction. I have proved myself through rigorous board certification and 50+ continuing education hours per year focused on reproduction and obstetrics care. I feel honored and blessed to have helped countless woman realize their dreams of conceiving and even more gratitude for the ones that invited me to be their doula. Without them, I never would have fallen so deeply in love with conception & birth! I have a Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and a Masters of Oriental Medicine and Health Science Education. I loved Gainesville so much, I did it twice :)
I have had a personal meditation practice for half of my life and I have been fortunate enough to personally study with Deepak Chopra and davidji. To be perfectly honest, my personal life was in the shitter before I started to meditate REGULARLY. I had racked up a bunch of experiences that showed me what I didn't want out of life. I was a pro at spinning in circles. I did the crisis-meditation thing for an entire decade before I caught on to the fact that it was only useful for patching holes in my life. Not so useful for helping me to know the true essence of myself or how to figure out the difference between what my mind and my heart wanted. After a few short months of regular practice my clarity increased, dramatically. When the Universe took note that I was investing in myself every day, it began to answer back in ways that were beyond my greatest expectations. My regular practice is what keeps me present and grounded to enjoy all of it. I believe so much in the power of a daily meditation practice that in 2013 I started my journey towards becoming a certified meditation teacher through the Masters of Wisdom Meditation teacher training program with davidji in Carlsbad, Ca- the sweet spot of the Universe. Since then I have completed all teacher trainings davidji offers. Teaching meditation is one of the most rewarding things I've ever done, because I know the power of transformation that it provides. I happily pass on these meditation techniques to anyone that wishes to learn.
I developed lady potions because I want to extend my reach to women everywhere. I understand what an immense need there is for education about natural solutions for women’s health issues. I understand how frustrating it can be to try and find these answers. I want to let women everywhere who were experiencing fertility challenges know that they aren't alone and there is hope no matter what age you are or what road to you choose to get there. I want to teach young women the truth about when their fertility actually starts to decline and how they can preserve it if they think life is taking them down a path where conception might happen later rather than sooner. I want to change the perception that painful periods are the norm. Ladies, just because yours has always been that way, doesn't mean it has to stay that way. I also want to change the perception of menopause and aging. This idea that the archetype of the Crohn should look like the wicked witch of the west is utter bullshit. Wisdom and experience is beautiful and it should be elevated and celebrated! If you are inspired by any of this, I hope you will join me.