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Join us to break down our digestive system, common digestive upsets, and herbs that can be used to support healthy digestive function. This is an excellent introduction if you are looking to go more in depth in learning about herbal medicine. We will focus on how each herb can be used and why you may want to choose one over another for your digestive upsets.
Jillian Carnrick
Health & Wellness > Healthy Eating
Recorded: Sep 26, 2017 at 07:40 pm EDT
Fire Cider is an excellent herbal product first created by the beautiful herbalist Rosemary Gladstar. Now, we all share this lovely medicine with each other to help our digestion, circulation, and general wellness. The first session we will discuss the many ingredients that can go into your home made fire cider. Be sure to pick these up so during session two you can join us and make your own with us. During session three we will demonstrate how to finish the processing of your fire cider and offer a variety of ways you can use this lovely medicine in your daily life. Fire cider is currently being persecuted by an organization in the mid-west. Be sure to sign the petition at FREEFireCider.com to help us continue to provide fire cider to our community as a healthy medicinal product.
Our kitchens are filled to the brim with foods, herbs, and minerals that we eat regularly. These are not just for nutrition and sustenance. These ingredients all can effect our physiology and help us to heal, strengthen, and support our bodies. This full class looks at four different areas of kitchen medicine beginning with how our normal foods can change our physiology and how different colors of foods contain different molecules we can focus on eating for different healing benefits. Session two continues to look at how we can use these same foods, herbs, and minerals to help prevent getting sick. We then finish with session three and break down how we can get through a cold or flu using just the items in our kitchens. This class is offered free thanks to The Dancing Herbalist's free herbal learning program. If you have found this program valuable, please consider donating that value to our program so we can continue to grow our free class offerings. This can be done by visiting this website: https://www.gofundme.com/23exenw?utm_medium=wdgt