Spiritual Herbalism

Living plants posess the energy of the Earth. So when we consume fresh medicinal plants, we are consuming that energy, that awareness. Learn how to take herbal medicine to the next level; we will glance into the historical importance of ceremony with herbal medicine consumption and how we can absorb the life force of the universe when we take in our fresh plant medicine.

Event is $25/person and will cover cost of materials for our hands on application.

*** Please Pre-Purchase tickets HERE, as seating is very limited!***

Medicinal Plant Walk :: Halpatiokee Regional Park

Yay!  Plant walk time again!  Halpatiokee Regional Park is such an awesome park with a diverse botanical selection for us to find medicinal plants!  $10/person, children welcome and free of charge.  There is no harvesting in parks, but bring a camera, pen + paper, and bottle of water.

Halpatiokee Regional Park  8303 SW Lost River Rd, Stuart, FL 34997-7202

Saturday November 19th

9am-11am

$10/person (pay when you get there, CC accepted)

Nutritional Herbalism

So you are convinced that medicinal plants work in a time of need… what about their nutritional value for use on a daily basis? Come dive deep into the nutritional and medicinal value of common Florida herbs and how to utilize them for their vitamins, minerals, amino acids and EFA’s. We will learn what, we as humans, need to thrive and of that, what our bodies make vs. we need to supplement with. We will taste + touch + smell freshly picked herbs while we review + discuss their nutrition. Bring a sharp mind and your appetite!

euFLoria healing tea will be offered during this workshop and products will be available for purchase before and after.

When :: Sunday, November 13th

Time :: 3pm-5pm

Where :: Massage, Yoga & More 690 SE Monterey Rd Stuart, Fl 34994 (Bruner Plaza)

Price :: $25.00

Tickets :: PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Florida Native Medicinal Plants presented by The Evening Herb Society of the Palm Beaches

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Florida Native Medicinal Plants presented by The Evening Herb Society of the Palm Beaches. Come down to gorgeous Mounts Botanical Gardens, Tuesday Oct.25th. Doors open at 6:30pm,the program starts at 7:30pm.

The Evening Herb Society meetings are open to the public, members free, guests always welcome are $2.00

Raffle table w/herbs/plants/misc herb related items(tickets $1.00-$5.00) and a member donated tasting table!  euFLoria healing will have products for sale after the talk!

Medicinal Gardening in Florida

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Learn how, when and what medicinal plants to grow in our tropical climate!

Price :: $25/person includes all materials, information and take home goodies!

EventBrite link :: HERE  or pay at The Scented Dragon

Time :: 6pm-8pm

Location :: The Scented Dragon  6993 Hancock Dr, Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34952

Nutritional Herbalism – Herbal Medicine Workshop

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Did you know that medicinal plants are valued for their nutritional value as well?!  Similar to the way blueberries fight cancer and contain vitamin-C… medicinal plants are all made up of fibers, minerals, acids, vitamins etc too! Get the scoop on how to up your magnesium intake, what plants to consume for superior Vitamin K, what “weeds” are growing locally to add to our salads or smoothies, and many others!

Price :: $20/person

Time :: 6pm-8pm

Location ::  The Scented Dragon  6993 Hancock Drive  Port St. Lucie, Fl 34952

What to bring :: pen and appetite!

Plant Walk:: Spruce Bluff Preserve

Come join me SUNDAY in sacred Spruce Bluff Preserve in Port St Lucie, Florida. This location is the location of both a Indian burrial mound AND a pioneer cemetary. It sits on the St. Lucie River and contains varioius ecosystems full of medicinal plants! The endemic (only growing in Florida) Sky Blue Lupine (^pic above!) is blooming ON TOP of the Indian burrial ground right now, with an Ospray and her nest guarding overhead…. it is truly a spiritual experience! $10/person, children are welcome (I don’t know the rules about pets at this park, but I don’t mind!!) Bring a camera, bottle of water, and notepad!

 

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IMO: Essential Oils

Goodnight Moon butter was thought up as the trend of Essential Oils continues to rise.  I was told by a friend that my sons sleepless nights would be FIXED if I applied Lavender Essential Oil to the soles of his feet.  Now I do love Essential Oils, but this is completely out of control (like every new trend).  Essential Oils can sometimes be dangerous; if ingested, given to infants, misused.  For the most part they are safe, however unfortunately, they are just a small fraction of the healing capabilities of that plant! Wellness Mama has a great post on the risks and proper uses for essential oils, that I encourage all to check out. Continue reading IMO: Essential Oils