Introduction to Plant Medicine and Wildcrafting Herbs
CLASS DATE: Sunday, January 14th, 2018 (9:00am – 12:00pm)Nhan Khuong, Victoria Vives Khuong
- Class Date: Sunday, January 14th (9am – 12pm), 2018
- Location: West Covina, CA
Life on Earth is inextricably intertwined, far beyond the ability of modern science to comprehend at this time. Humans share an astounding 25% of genetic material, on average, with plants and there are countless substances that plants produce that act directly and indirectly with human biological systems as though specifically engineered for a precise result. Our primitive ancestors may not have had the scientific discoveries and technological advancements that we have today, however their deep nature connection facilitated a level of understanding and the development of an incredibly sophisticated medical lore that directly challenges the common idea that primitive medicine was developed through trial and error alone. In this class we will explore the relationships that ancient, indigenous people cultivated with plants and herbal medicines, through the physical senses, generational wisdom, experimentation, and shamanic practices. You will learn how to:
- Identify medicinal herbs commonly used by the local indigenous people
- Connect and communicate with plants using ancient Shamanic processes
- Ethically harvest and process herbs for storage and medicinal preparations
- Use wild herbal medicines for a variety of situations
- Modify wildcrafted medicines to better suit specific needs
Class Date: Sunday, January 14th, 2018 (9:00am – 12:00pm)
Location: West Covina, CA
Instructors: Nhan Khuong, Victoria Vives Khuong
Early Bird Registration (ends 9pm, January 8th): …. $45
Standard Registration ……………………………………….. $55
*Additional details, including directions and what to bring, will be provided after sign up below.
**This class is part of the Plant Medicine Certification Program and may be taken separately.
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A great deal of staff time and expense is invested into the preparation and organization of individual classes. It is difficult and oftentimes impossible to recover costs and/or find a student to replace a cancelled registrant and so our cancellation and refund policies reflect this. Full refunds, minus $15 administrative fee for single day classes and a $30 admin fee for multi-day classes, are given to registrants who cancel with at least 7 days notice of the event. Cancellations made less than 7 days of the event forfeit a refund.