Alternative Approaches to Multiple Sclerosis

Katja writes:

Multiple Sclerosis stinks, which I say from personal experience. Normally we write some witty stuff about our classes, but there’s just nothing funny I can think of to say about having MS.

Lion's Mane mushroom has nerve-regenerating capabilities.(Photo credit: Forest Farming.)

Lion’s Mane mushroom has nerve-regenerating capabilities.
(Photo credit: Forest Farming.)

What I can say is this: for the last 12 years I’ve been able to live almost 100% symptom-free, with no drugs and no medical interventions. I know exactly what things will trigger my symptoms, and how to avoid them. I don’t worry about having MS – I climb mountains and kayak and go to the rock gym and go dancing, I run a busy herb school and clinic, I home-school my daughter – I, with MS, do more than most people do without a chronic illness. Yes, I’ve had to change some habits, and make some new ones, and that does require some discipline. But in exchange, I live a busy, active, and healthy life.

So if that sounds good to you, come find out how I do it.

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016
7:00pm – 9:00pm
25 St. Mary’s Court, Brookline

* Please note – our office has stairs. If stairs are difficult for you to navigate, please be aware that we also have a recorded lecture on this topic available for download.

The fee for this class is $20.

RSVP by filling out our contact form or emailing us at info@commonwealthherbs.com.

This class took place in the past. Interested in a re-run? Let us know!

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