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Introduction to Herbal Medicine: From Field to Kitchen

Join herbalist Cynthia Thomas of Sacred Journey Healing Arts at the Women's Environmental Institute's Amador Hill Farm and Orchard for Introduction to Herbal Medicine: From Field to Kitchen.

Immerse yourself in all that the land and plant kingdom have to offer us in our daily lives, for health and well-being. This class will focus on introducing basic concepts of herbal medicine for home use. Material will be presented through lecture, stories, herb walks and hands-on, touching, and tasting. Take home herbal preparations of your own creation.

About Instructor: Cynthia Thomas:is a practicing herbalist, massage therapist, doula, and educator serving the Twin Cities area. She has studied medicinal herbs in the Western European and Native American traditions for 20 years, and has a Bachelors of Science in Herbal Sciences from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. In herbal consultations she takes a thorough health history, assesses diet and lifestyle, and uses a holistic approach in incorporating herbs and flower essences into a personalized health protocol. Cynthia teaches classes, leads herb walks, co-facilitates an herbal student practitioners circle with herbalist Matthew Wood, AHG, and brings skilled practitioners and experienced educators to the community as part of her commitment to advancing health and herbal medicine through quality education.

When: Sunday, October 13th, 12 - 5 PM

Where: Women's Environmental Institute's Amador Hill and Farm, 15715 River Road, North Branch, MN 55056
Cost: $50


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  • Cristina

    Do you have to register in advance for this or do you just go and pay when you get there?

    October 7, 2013

    • Frank F.

      hi, you will have to go to their website as I am not sure how it works. you may have to call them if it is not clear.

      October 7, 2013

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