“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”
Have you ever wanted to learn how to use herbs, but didn’t know where to start? Maybe it just seems so overwhelming or complicated that you never pursued it further? Perhaps you just want to learn some quick and easy home remedies for a few ailments? Then this is the class for you!
In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to use herbs found in your local grocery store to soothe common childhood complaints such as:
- Nasal congestion
- Upset stomach
- Sore throat
- Minor burns
- Minor cuts and scrapes
- Food poisoning
Of course, you can find natural remedies at Mother’s Market or Whole Foods, but you can also make your own remedies in just minutes for a fraction of the cost with ingredients bought at your neighborhood grocery store and without the side effects of over the counter medications.
In this class you will:
- Make cough syrup
- Make an herbal oil for easing ear aches, skin infections and fungal infections
- Make herbal infusions for nasal congestion and colds/flu
- Create remedies for common ailments
- Avoid the most common pitfall to learning herbs
Pre-registration is required! Sign up NOW or call (714) 836-8727 to reserve your spot today!
**Chelle Goodfriend has been a health educator, herbalist and aromatherapist for over 20 years. She started using herbs after the birth of her first child and then incorporated simple herbal remedies into her health education classes taught at several Orange County hospitals and conferences around the United States and Mexico.
Chelle has studied herbs with master botanists in the Amazon jungle, indigenous healers of Latin America, at the Chopra center and in the wilds of Orange County, as well as with some of the United States’ foremost herbalists.
She leads plant walks in Orange County and teaches intermediate and advanced classes on making remedies such as salves, tinctures, infusions and decoctions. Chelle is also an energy medicine practitioner who frequently sees clients in Southern California and by phone across the US and abroad.
Have questions about Mama’s Medicine Chest–How to Make Herbal Remedies from Grocery Store Finds?
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