Evan Long, MPH

Office Location:
PO Box 3804 Portland, Maine ,04104 207-400-6762 Show Map

Contact Information:

Website: http://everlastingherbs.net Phone Number(s): 207-400-6762 Email: Contact Evan Long Social Media:


Avg Cost (per session): $40 - $80 Insurance Accepted : No Accepted Payment Methods : check, visa, mastercard, paypal, american-express, discover

Practice Details:

Hi, I’m Evan Long, MPH, clinical herbalist and health educator at Everlasting Herbs. I offer my clients custom-formulated herbal therapies from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western, and other herbal healing traditions as well as individually selected medical qigong exercises to encourage relaxation and self-healing from within.

Herbs can balance and support health across a broad range of body/mind systems and work best when properly combined by a knowledgeable herbalist. After a one-on-one consultation with you about your health, I will create one or more individually formulated batches of herbs for you to take daily and provide qigong exercises for you to practice.

I believe that complementary/alternative and orthodox treatment methods are both useful and valid forms of medicine, and I will work alongside any existing providers you may already be seeing (MDs, NDs, DOs, NPs, mental health professionals, etc.) as part of your overall healthcare provider team.

My herbal therapies are evidence-based, and for those who want to take a look at some of the science behind herbalism, the NIH’s free-to-use PubMed service, while not an exhaustive source of herbal knowledge, is replete with tens of thousands of health studies documenting how herbs work.

Please note that I am conducting all client meetings through telehealth online video chat sessions on Doxy.me due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

My background:

Evan Long is a clinical herbalist and qigong practitioner serving clients across the USA and world.

Evan first learned qigong techniques in 2002 from the World Institute for Self-Healing (WISH) in Piscataway, New Jersey. He since has maintained a regular qigong practice and has studied with teachers including Dr. Kevin Chen, associate editor of Chinese Medical Qigong, the first English translation of the only official textbook of medical qigong used in colleges and universities of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.

Evan studied herbal medicine at David Winston’s Center for Herbal Studies in Washington, New Jersey. There, he was trained in the use of over 400 medicinal herbs as well as diagnostic and formulation methods from herbal traditions as diverse as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayurveda, Unani-Tibb, Cherokee, and European-American schools such as the Eclectics and others.

Evan also holds an MPH in Public Health from the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine in Portland as well as a BA in Sociology.