Mother Nature’s Apothecary: To Be Your Own Medicine
- Event status
- March 14, 2019 - 17:00
- March 14, 2019 - 20:00
Theme: To Be Your Own Medicine
You will learn how to make a specific herbal extract (alcohol), one that goes on all the big systems of the body. I will talk about the herbs of the extract and what they do good for. It is a balancing mix that you can use every day.
'To be your own medicine' is also about the mind, therefore this workshop is also about brain patterns and how to change them. The mind and the herbs will be woven together.
At Rosanna's workshops you will learn about the potential of fresh and dried herbs, the herbs you usually have in your cupboard, the weeds of the garden – what they’re good for, how to use them as they are, and how to prepare natural remedies out of them.
We will meet the herbs, smell them and taste them, while Rosanna feeds your brains with in-depth information about the specific herbs.
Rosanna is mostly interested in the herbs that help with creating the Good Life: how can we use the herbs in our everyday routine in a preventive and life enhancing way? What are the benefits of using them on a daily basis?
We will also look at common illnesses, like what we can do when we feel a cold coming on and how we can strengthen the immune system to fight-off attacks. From a general perspective: how can we get support from herbs to manage our everyday life?
Stinging nettle, for instance – loves Arthritis and women, but it’s roots are a real man herb. Why is that? And what does that really mean?
By attending this workshop you will learn the reasons why and much more!
About the host
Rosanna is a co-creator and calls herself a Herbal witch. She is educated from Urteskolen (The Herb School), a Danish school that teaches about natural herbal medicine, vitamins, minerals and food in connection with the body and the mind. The good life is her passion.
Registration and Details
No need to sign up in advance, just drop in and pay on arrival.
Price: 100,- DKK, 50% discount for members
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