This class will be a Materia Medica for Women – an in-depth study of the plants that are most useful for women’s health, including herbs both for acute disorders and long-term wellness.
You may have heard that vitex and wild yam are good for “balancing your hormones”, or that mugwort is useful in bringing on a stalled period–and those things may be true. But medicinal plants are much too multifaceted, their personalities too complex and intricate, to be distilled into such single-use statements. This has especially been a problem with women’s herbs, those with a special affinity for the reproductive and endocrine systems.
Come and meet these plants in all their fullness: learn how they work and why, and how to differentiate between them to choose the best match for your unique body.
May 12, 2012
1:00pm – 5:00pm
25 St. Mary’s Court, Brookline
Class will run from 1:00pm until 5:00pm. The fee for the Saturday Seminar is $75.
Please register in advance for the class: just send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, fill out our contact form, or call at 617-750-5274.
This class took place in the past, and was the final class in the Women’s Reproductive Health series. Previous classes were:
- Women’s Pelvic Disorders
- Menopause – Naturally!
- Post-Partum Recovery and Infant Health
- Prenatal Health
- Breast Health
- Understanding Menstruation
If you’re interested in a re-run any of these classes, let us know!