October 27-28, 2018 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days
NUNM Academic Building, 049 SW Porter. Map & Directions
Join herbalist and Wilderness First Responder Greta de la Montagne for an intensive workshop on herbal first aid. The weekend class will cover first-line therapies for conditions ranging from heat exhaustion and parasitic infections to sprains and panic attacks. We will cover plant identification, wildcrafting and plant-collecting ethics, herbal first-aid kit ingredients, and give you hands-on experience with techniques such as wound poulticing, sprain management and heat exhaustion. Learn the top remedies for your first-aid kit, easy-to-find medicinal weeds, and the basics of how to set up and manage an off-grid, pop-up herbal first aid or wellness clinic.
This class also will be available via live webinar. (See details and requirements here.)
10.0 hours of general CEUs to be applied for (OBNM.)
About the presenter:
Greta de la Montagne RH (AHG), is clinical herbalist and bodyworker specializing in herbal first aid for nearly three decades. She operates Gentle Strength Botanicals & Massage Therapy near Arcata, California, where she blends Ayurveda and bodywork with clinical herbalism, and cultivates nearly all the medicines for the apothecary. She founded the MASHH (Medicine for All Seeking Health and Healing) Clinic Collective in 1996 during the struggle to defend Headwaters Forest and administered the first aid clinic at the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle.
Super early-bird registration ends Sept. 24; early-bird registration ends Oct. 15
Healthcare providers: $175 super early bird; $200 early bird; $250 general
Public: $125 super early bird; $150 early bird; $200 general
Full-time students (with ID) and 2018 NUNM graduates: $50 early plus; $75 early bird; $125 general
Recordings are included in the registration fee and will be available after the event.