About the Herb Workshop 

 

The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the understanding and knowledge of the botanical world of wholeness and wellness as originated and designed by God. Through this workshop participants will gain academic knowledge along with practical application foundational to the understanding, prevention, and treatment of common ailments trough the understanding of plant science.This includes issues found throughout the many stages and courses of one’s life including, but not limited to: woman’s wellness, newborn and child wellness, parasitical influences on wellness and malnutrition throughout the developing world, crisis response and wound care, pregnancy, and the common maladies of life.

 The workshop will combine lecture based instruction with hands-on implementation as well as lay a foundation for critical thinking and a renewed responsibility for ones own health and well-being. This course will present scientific evidence for the prevention and treatment of common illness and concerns through a botanical whole-systems approach.

 

 

Food and nutrition hold one of the greatest keys to unlocking change. 

 

The Botanical Health & Herbal Medicine workshop bridges the existing healthcare system of our day which is a disease-based approach and the analytic, or well-grounded assumption, of original design and intended wellness through nutrition and prevention.

Our encompassing objective is the development of the woman within the development of the community. This micro-approach is based on the axiom: if the mother is well, the family is well, and if the family is well the community will thrive.

 


  Topics Will Include:

 

  Nourishing Herbs

 

  Herbs for the Family

 

  Herbs for Immunity

 

  Digestive Herbs

 

  Making Teas

 

  Making Tinctures

 

  Herbs for Women

 

  Herbs During the Childbearing Years

 

  Herbal First Aid

 

                                                           

 

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