Bites Bangs Bruise Burns and other Boo-Boos


December 3, 12-6 PM
Location: TBA

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In a world where bacteria and viruses are becoming harder to treat with pharmaceutical antibiotics, returning to nature for remedies is more important than ever. Nourishment is the foundation of traditional healing to prevent poor health. This preventive approach informs these herbal first aid protocols by remembering that the body is a self-healing organism, focusing on early detection of illnesses, and careful treatment of minor wounds to prevent infections. Learn a quick assessment to determine when to call for help. Find out why you only need to know five plants to be able to provide a wide variety of herbal first aid protocols. Practice using plant remedies and learn how to make a few versatile herbal products to have in your medicine cabinet. Join Leah Wolfe for this hands-on workshop. Leah practiced first aid in the streets, in free clinics, at conferences, camps, and while providing disaster relief in Haiti after the earthquake.

You will increase your self-reliance skills by integrating wild plants and kitchen ingredients into basic first aid remedies. Learn how to provide minor first aid and wellness care at home or outdoors and quickly identify emergencies. We will focus on  common and easy-to-grow plants for herbal first aid. No first aid experience required. Class fee of $50 includes materials, supplies, & refreshments. Location TBA.

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