Plant Magic is an invitation to the wild world of healing plants growing right outside your door. Highlighting herbs from catnip and plantain to nettles and rosemary, this book provides the information you need to assemble an herbal arsenal for combatting any ailment—everything from brewing up a slick lube tea for sexual health to fashioning a simple summer band-aid from backyard “weeds” to crafting an herbal smoking blend to quiet a busy mind. This accessible guide covers questions like:
What is plant medicine?
What can I put in my mouth and where do I find it?
Can I still go to my doctor?
We’ve got you covered!
The first workshop is focused on Medicine for People.
Herbalism is a system of care shaped by our needs and fulfilled by the land. By design, herbalism accommodates each person's unique experience of living and healing in the world. Herbalism is for everyone and every body. It is a system each person can rely on to work toward their own vibrant health over a lifetime. It is also a system that we can use collectively to relieve and even eliminate the oppressive pressures and dis-eases of society.
When used responsibly, herbalism can work to guide us toward dynamic healing not only for individuals but for every organism on the planet. In class one, we’ll find out what herbalism has meant for humans over time and what it can mean for working toward a more healthful future for all.
What is included in this ticket?
The Book: Plant Magic
Access to the first workshop facilitated by Christine Buckley
A recording of the virtual workshop
- After purchasing your ticket, a team-member from The Alchemist's Kitchen will contact you directly, so that we may mail you your book.
- You will receive the Zoom Login Information via email.
- Registration for this ticket closes on Thursday, August 6th.
- Tickets are non-refundable.
Attendance to our book clubs series often include the cost of the book, which will be shipped to you upon registration. In the event that you register close to day of the event, your book may not be delivered on time.
While you will be able to follow the workshop material, it is recommended to sign up for the book club sooner rather than later. That being said, we will do our very best to make sure you can easily navigate the class content
Any additional questions, comments, or concerns can be emailed to: Herbalist@thealchemistskitchen.com