Virtual Plant Medicine 101

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Virtual Plant Medicine 101

  • date: December 4, 2021
  • time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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  • Wild plants have a major role to play in building community, climate solutions, healing, and sustainability. Join Dr. Sarah Sue Myers, N.D, who will guide us virtually on plant medicine walks from nearby gardens, forests, and trails. Come explore the intersection of cultivated and wild spaces here in the Pacific Northwest. Each month will be focused on a different topic depending on what plants Mother Nature and the changing seasons bring us. 

    This month we spotlight the incredible Cedar trees of the PNW region and all the medicine, support, and structure they provide, with special regard to the first people of this land and their relationship to this tree, the tree of life.

    Learn about: plant identification, medicinal uses, nutrient profiles, how to sustainably and equitably harvest and process plants, plant safety, ecosystem connections, insight into health conditions that the plants support, as well as folklore, storytelling, and self-care invitations.

    This class is a live experience hosted on Zoom. Please register through the link below to participate.

    Read more about Naturopathic Doctor Sarah Sue Myers and her practice: Journey Home Healing.

    Photo Credit: Chamonix, of Chamonix Films

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