Feeling Stressed, not sleeping well? We all love plants and here is a way that they love us back!

In this introduction to culinary herbalism, learn how to make a medicinal-strength herbal tea, a botanical latte, and healthy mocktail

Although this is a stressful time and anxiety is a natural response to the current situation in the world, we can support our bodies in adapting to the stress and use natural techniques to provide relief. Erin Antosh, Clinical Herbalist and CEO of Where The Good Grows, will discuss how you can use food and medicinal plants to calm your nervous system and improve sleep.

In this uplifting introduction to culinary herbalism, Erin will demonstrate how to make a medicinal-strength herbal tea, a botanical latte, and a healthy mocktail with therapeutic plants. We will get creative in the kitchen and incorporate foods and medicinal herbs that support stress, anxiety, and sleep issues.

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Where The Good Grows (WTGG) connects a health-conscious community to local natural living and wellness resources in the Washington, DC area. Though articles written by various health experts, one-on-one wellness consultations, custom formulated organic therapeutic botanical remedies and educational programs, we educate and empower you to heal and maintain wellness naturally.

Erin Antosh, Herbalist & Founder of WTGG

Erin is an Herbalist with a background in nutrition, detoxification, natural living, organic gardening, and true farm-to-table cooking. She completed the extensive Foundations of Medicinal Herbalism and Herbal Apothecary certification programs at Green Comfort School of Herbal Medicine in Castleton, VA and continues her clinical herbalism training by working at the school’s clinic seeing clients. Erin holds an Organic Gardening Certification from Prior Unity Garden and has furthered her botanical studies through The Herbal Academy and classes with some of the most renowned Herbalists of our time. Through ongoing learning, Erin continues to expand her knowledge in clinical herbalism, plant medicine formulation, herbal bath/body product making, as well as the safe and effective use of essential oils and flower essences.

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