Everyday Herbalism Workshop Series –
Easy & Affordable Ways To Nourish & Heal With Herbs Daily
healthywomenhealthycommunitiesBrought to you by the Nelson Women’s Centre and the Kootenay School of Herbal Medicine as part of the Healthy Women, Healthy Communities Workshop Series.
We believe that everyone can learn how to identify, ethically harvest and then, safely use at least a couple of local herbs and mushrooms. And we’d love to show you how.
From these three workshops, you’ll learn how to :
Use local herbs to heal and thrive as food, medicine and teacher
Cook with wild foods to add superior nutrition and incredible flavours to your food
Experiences from 1 new father about how he supported his partner’s pregnancy and birth using herbal remedies
Tips to identifying local herbs and which wild Spring greens to eat
Combine local herbs to deeply relax your body, mind and spirit so you can feel the peace in your heart
Have a deeper and more intimate connection with Nature and the plant world all around you
Cost: All workshops are By-Donation with a suggested donation of $5-10 per workshop. No one will be turned away due to a lack of funds.
All profits will go to the Nelson Women’s Center.
Workshop #2 – Bitter: The Lost Flavour
Weds. Apr. 18, 2018
6 – 8 pm
Did you know that bitter foods play a crucial role in human health?
So why has this complex flavour been abandoned in our modern diets?
Let’s go beyond the morning coffee and evening IPA, and rediscover the beauty of bitter foods!
In this workshop, we will explore:
how bitter foods support digestion, vitality and emotional health
common, easy to identify bitter plants you can harvest right about now
delicious and simple ways to use these flavours in the kitchen
We will also sample some of the plants, and my favourite everyday recipes.
Come and expand your palate. If you like to eat food and be healthy, this workshop is for you.