Good Medicine Confluence

Good Medicine Confluence


Plants are magical, intelligent, and often good medicine. To even dabble in herbalism is to begin to deepen and nourish our relationships with plants and our community. If we slow down and observe with awareness we see abundant healing opportunities and resilient offerings growing in the ground all around us.

Herbal medicines can be great teachers that guide us to become the best versions of ourselves and help us to find that balance that we’re looking for in the body, mind, and soul. Herbalism skills are an excellent compliment to teaching yoga, to any branch of holistic wellness, and can help you stand out when applying for new jobs and opportunities.

Join our friends July 16-18, 2021 for the 11th annual Good Medicine Confluence: An Annual Gathering for Herbalists and Artisans (this year live online!).

Although they hope to bring this event back in person in Colorado in 2022, this year the online event will enable more people from all over the globe to participate! There will be over 50 teachers with class topics including:

• Medicine Making, Extraction Methods, Tinctures, Decoctions, Vinegars, Oxymels, Topical Balms

• The Art of Herbalism & Creating Artisanal Herbal Products

• Covid-19, Papiloma Virus, & Viral Infection

• Launching Pop-Up Clinics For Stressed Communities

• Herbal First-Aid

• Mead Making, Botanicals Brewing, Herbal Cocktails

• Peyote, Otzi, & Agave

• Mushroom Medicine, Edibles & Folklore

• Aphrodisiacs & Tantric Practice

• Fine Cooking, Methods & Nutrition

• The Chemistry of Flavors & Fragrances

• Phytochemistry & Plant Constituents

• Tonics For Well Being & Healthy Aging

• LGBTQ Health, & Herbal Transition For Transgender Women

• Ancient Guyanese Herbal Remedies

• Ayurvedic Energetics & Applications

• How-To Make Natural Hair, Bath & Body Products

• Ceremonies For New Mothers, & Herbs For Children

• Understanding Plants Through Physical Senses & Intuition

• Medicinal Trees & Shrubs

• Tribal Belly Dance, Yoga, & Qi Gong Instruction Sessions

Let us remember it is our privilege to be in service to plants and we have a responsibility to stand for them, to protect and care for them, and to ensure they have the ability to flourish so that future generations may also have access to their good healing medicine.

Learn more and sign up for this educational and delightful event here:

planthealer.org

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