Join Rosemary Gladstar for a talk and demonstration on herbs for winter health! She'll show us how to make Fire Cider, a delicious concoction that will keep you toasty and well throughout the cold winter months, as well as another immune-boosting recipe. Don't miss this chance to learn from the "godmother of modern herbalism"!
Rosemary Gladstar is a renowned herbal teacher and practitioner with more than 35 years of experience working with herbs. She’s the author of Rosemary Gladstar’s Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health and Herbal Healing for Women, director of the International Herb Symposium and the annual Women’s Herbal Conference, cofounder of the Traditional Medicinal Tea Company (for which she formulated the original blends), and founding president of the nonprofit United Plant Savers.
This is an ideal book for the beginning herbalist. It starts out with
easy-to-follow instructions on growing and using herbs, and continues
with profiles of 33 easy to use and easy to find herbs. Having read
this book - written in Rosemary's friendly and inviting style - I think
even the most tentative students of herbalism will be inspired to dive
in and start gardening and harvesting, concocting and decocting. --Kristen
More and more people are returning to the ancient healing art of
herbalism, and there is no better instructor in the practice of simple,
safe, and effective natural medicine than Rosemary Gladstar. One of the
most trusted and well-respected herbalists of her time – known as the
godmother of modern herbalism – Gladstar demonstrates how easy it is to
make safe, all-natural, low-cost healing remedies for common ailments in
her new book, Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner’s Guide.
Ideal for those embarking on an organic lifestyle or seeking to take better control of their
health, Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs documents how to
grow, harvest, prepare, and
use 33 of the most common and versatile healing plants. Easy-to-follow
recipes produce such
remedies as aloe lotion for poison ivy, dandelion-burdock tincture for
sluggish digestion, and
lavender-lemon balm tea for stress relief. With full-color photographs
instructions for drying, preserving, and incorporating these herbs in
teas, salves, syrups,
tinctures, oils, liniments, and even pills and capsules, Gladstar
introduces the fundamentals in a straightforward manner, enabling anyone
to take a gentler, less expensive approach to managing everyday,
non-emergency health problems in the home.
The bulk of this accessible, fun, well-balanced book is dedicated to specific herbal remedies for everyone in the family -- children, men, women, and elders. There are tons of yummy herbal dishes and treats, as well as a chapter full of easy and indulgent herbal cosmetic treatments. Rosemary Gladstar is the founder of the California School of Herbal Studies and of United Plant Savers, and is the co-founder of Traditional Medicinals Tea Co. She organizes the International Herb Symposium. Rosemary lives & works from her home, Sage Mountain Herbal Retreat Center, a 500 acre botanical preserve in central VT.