Sunday, November 18, 2:00PM

Fisher Hall at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 409 Topa Topa Dr., Ojai Ca 93023

 

Acupuncturists, please note: We have been approved as Continuing Education Provider #1526 by the California Acupuncture Board. This lecture is one of 12 approved for 1 hour of Category 1 credit.

“Adaptogens, Nootropics, and Nervines – A Powerful Herbal Trinity”

Carol Wade, RH (AHG)

Meet 3 types of herbs for all kinds of stress. Learn to combine herbs that work together to enhance the body’s natural capacity for mental acuity and calm – even in today’s stressful times.

Carol Wade, RH (AHG) has been practicing as a professional herbalist and nutritional counselor for over 25 years, and is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild. Her garden, the Earth Island Medicinal Herb Garden in Ojai, California, serves as a hub for several medicinal herb-oriented ventures that bring the idea of using medicinal herbs in daily living as a viable and logical choice to the community at large.

After practicing privately for much of her career, six years ago Carol joined her work as a practitioner and educator with her background in the herbal and organic gardening fields to bring herbal medicine to a wider audience with the Earth Island Herbs Medicinal Herb Garden and the Earth Island Herbal Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project in Ojai, CA. She currently offers Eco-tours of the garden that combine medicine making with garden tours, workshops for the general public and for school classrooms.

Last year Carol founded the Ojai School of Herbal Studies, an 18-month herbal studies program that utilizes the garden, hands on medicine making, and an in-depth education in how to use herbs safely and effectively, including terminology, plant chemistry, anatomy and physiology, an extensive materia medica and actual herb cultivation.