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Everyday Plant Medicine




**If you are seeing this then you have missed the live class - but don't panic!  If you sign up below then I'll send you the replay on Thurs Feb 11 :)**

In this class you will learn:

  • What is plant medicine and what makes a plant medicinal?

  • How to incorporate plant medicine into your daily life - safely and sustainably

  • What plants you can easily grow, find, or buy (almost no matter where in the world you live)

  • The Top 10 herbs that you should have on hand to support the health of you and your family

I want you to come out of this class feeling excited about the plants you have learned and ready to implement them
into your daily life.

Because plant medicine is the people's medicine! 


I promise you don't need any fancy equipment or training to start using these beautiful medicinal plants today.

I hope to see you there!

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What other folks have said about Emily's classes

The Wild Medicine Walk was fun and informative. I feel confident that I can identify and use the plants we learned about, and it gives me a new appreciation for the land we live on to see how many healing plants are all around us. I will definitely attend other sessions next summer!

- Anna

I learned a lot from Emily's class. I cant wait for the next session! 

  • Deb

 I feel very fortunate to have participated in Emily's wild medicine walks. Even though I've lived in the area for over a decade and have been interested in plant medicine for a while, I learned so much about the amazing plants I've been co-existing with this whole time! Emily really made the knowledge fun and accessible and I feel like anybody would enjoy and benefit from these walks. I learned a ton and met some awesome people."

  • Keely

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Hey, I'm Emily!

And I'm stoked to get to chat to you about plant medicine. 

I'm a Medical Herbalist and Nutritionist with 13 years of experience. 

I run a clinical practice where I see lovely humans one-on-one, do research and writing work for a herbal medicine company, run workshops (face to face in non-Covid times), and am mama to a squirrely toddler named Ivy, who is #namedafteraplant.

If you have any questions for me about this class (or anything, really), please sing out! I'd love to hear from you.