Natural Beauty: Herbal Care from
the Inside Out

 

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January 23rd

  

      Join us on January 23rd, 2018 (snow date January 30th) at 7pm at Strawbery Banke’s Stoodley Tavern (located across the street from the main parking lot) to hear local herbalist Helen Leavitt inspire us to think of herbal care from the inside out. Beauty stems from within. We can nurture our most vibrant selves with an array of herbal preparations to support healthy skin, hair, nails, and teeth. During the evening you will learn easy to make recipes for natural face masks, toners, lotions, deodorants, mouthwashes, and more. Helen will discuss herbal ingredients, how and when to use them, plus lifestyle choices that support our natural beauty in its most stunning form. You’ll leave inspired to make your own preparations. In Helen’s words, “Herbalists don’t cure people; they give them the tools to care for themselves.” 

 

       Helen Leavitt is a trained herbalist who has worked with plants and people on the Seacoast for over a decade. She facilitates educational experiences that invite others to connect with the rhythms of the natural world and bring balance to their inner and outer environments. She offers gardening workshops, herbal classes, consultations, and product making demonstrations, wellness retreats, and edible and medicinal landscape design services.

 

       The Herb Society of America NorthEast Seacoast Unit is hosting the event. Admission is $7.00 ($5.00 for Strawbery Banke Museum and non NESU affiliated Herb Society members).  Pre-registration is required.  

Upcoming Events

  • Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    The Basics of Tea with The Cozy Tea Cart

    Join The Herb Society of America's NorthEast Seacoast Unit at 7pm on September 25, 2018 in Strawbery Banke’s Tyco Center as Danielle Beaudette of The Cozy Tea Cart (TCTC) (www.thecozyteacart.com) and certified Tea Specialist will explain the basics of tea which will provide you with the answers to your questions on where tea comes from and how it is different from herbal (tisane) blends. In her discussion, she will feature a variety of teas from around the world and explain their production. She will take you on a journey from the tea fields to the tea in your cup! Danielle will offer a tea tasting of three different types of tea to enjoy during the lecture.

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  • Have all of the benefits of being part of a national organization while working locally with other members to promote the knowledge, use and delight of herbs. Membership is open to anyone interested in growing, using or studying herbs. We welcome both experienced and novice gardeners. Meetings are usually held on the last Tuesday evening of the month. For more information, click here to download the membership brochure.

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    It is the policy of the Herb Society of America not to advise or recommend herbs for medicinal or health use. Please consult a health care provider before pursuing any herbal treatments.