Wednesday, December 05, 2018

The Appalachian Ohio School of Herbal Medicine

presents

Adaptogens: Herbs for Resiliency

with Clinical Herbalist, Caty Crabb
Thursday, December 13, 2018, 6–8pm


Come and learn about a class of herbs known for reducing stress, increasing energy
and optimizing health!

Thursday, DECEMBER 13th, 6-8pm
132 W.State St, at ARTS/West
$20- $30 sliding scale

●Relieve stress and reduce the stress response
●Increase stamina, energy, and endurance
●Strengthen the immune system
●Improve vitality!

Adaptogens are some of the most important plants used in herbal medicine for creating long term change in the body. These safe, tonic plants work on the brain and neuroendocrine system to change the way your entire system handles stress of all types. From American Ginseng and Ashwagandha to Rhodiola and Schisandra, come and learn about 11 medicinal plants that increase your body’s resistance to stress, strengthen your resiliency, and restore balance to the body!


Register at: appalachianohio.herbschool@gmail.com, by calling 740-274-9494, 
or stop by the Wildfire Herbs booth at Athens Farmers Market on Saturdays 9am-noon (inside the mall starting in December).