Tuesday, June 23, 2015
In Herbal Medicine, plants from the forest, garden and meadow are valuable in the treatment a variety of health conditions. Join Guelph naturopathic doctor, Elizabeth Cherevaty ND for this guided “herb walk” through the Gosling Wildlife Gardens, woods and meadows of The Arboretum as she highlights uses and habitats of important medicinal plants including motherwort, mayapple, blue cohosh, bloodroot, red raspberry, Joe Pye weed, hawthorn and black walnut. Each participant will receive a colour booklet detailing the plants and their uses. The tour starts outside and then will be followed by an introduction to Herbal Medicine and ways to use the plants at home. Please note this course is not intended to provide instruction in harvesting or preparation of medicinal plants. Guest Instructor: Elizabeth Cherevaty. Early Bird Fee: $35.00 if done on or before Monday, June 15. Registrations after this date will cost $45.00. Note: If we don't have enough registrations by the early bird deadline the course may be cancelled. Maximum 20 adults.
The Arboretum, University of Guelph
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 - 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Early Bird Fee: $35.00 if done on or before Monday, June 15. Registrations after this date will cost $45.00.