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Ancestral Awakening: Herbalism of Our Ancestors
Ancestral Awakening: Herbalism of Our Ancestors

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Online Livestream

Ancestral Awakening: Herbalism of Our Ancestors

Can you tell how a plant works in the body by how it looks, feels or tastes? Our ancestors could, and after this class you can too. Ask the Right Questions, Get Real Results. You'll learn the questions that herbalists need to stop asking, and what you need to know to practice holistically.

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Time & Location

05 mar 2023, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT-6

Online Livestream

About the event

This is the class that every herbalist should take before they begin on their herbal journey. We'll deep dive into the traditional practices of our ancestors and how we can use this grassroots approach today.

*Learn why diagnosing by the symptom doesn't work

*Learn herbalism from the plants' perspective

*Understand how to choose the right herb for the person

*Learn to understand plants by more than what you see under a microscope.

Creation has a perfect design. When we observe the patterns of the plants, and learn to decipher the unique code of the body, we can have a harmonious balance. No more will you need to learn about one plant at a time, instead you will learn foundational tools to understand any medicinal plant you come into contact with. You will also learn how to approach healing holistically- not just using herbs in place of pharmaceuticals or for symptom management.

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  • Ticket

    20,00 US$
    Comisión de servicio: +0,50 US$
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  • VIP

    Ticket + 10 min. Private 1 on 1 Video Chat

    30,00 US$

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MEET YOUR MENTOR

KHADIYAH PRECIADO

Teaching thousands of women the steps to cultivate a happier and healthier life!


KhadiYah is a community herbalist, author and content creator. She specializes in teaching African and African American herbal traditions. She prides herself on being a self professed "Kitchen Herbalist" and teaches others to be the same. She also coined the T.E.A. method to teach her students how to make the perfect blend of tea every time.