Herbs offer us the most natural ingredients for remedies to improve our health — from helping increase stamina to supporting digestion to nourishing the mind and even easing the spirit.
And their natural healing properties are being used more and more for addressing chronic illnesses, such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and autoimmune diseases.
Herbal remedies can also play an important role in helping to address heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and hypertension.
Cultures around the world have used these plant medicines for thousands of years, and we owe much of our understanding of herbal healing to the generations of indigenous healers who have discerned the chemistry, actions, and effects of hundreds of plants.
If you’ve dabbled in herbal formulary, you know it’s one of the most rewarding and effective ways to maintain your health, support your family’s health, and bring healing to your clients and to your community.
Herbal medicine can be an important part of a healthy lifestyle that includes proper nutrition, exercise, psychological counseling, and spiritual practice.
Creating and using plant medicines provides a safe and proactive approach to maintaining your wellbeing and helping heal physical and emotional imbalances.
In the Keys to Herbal Healing, medical herbalist, herb school director, author, and speaker Holly Bellebuono will share simple approaches to creating herbal remedies using a few key concepts that can make working with plant remedies safe, stress-free, and effective.