21 Simple Herbs
Become your own Kitchen Herbalist!
What are Simple Herbs?
A Simple is one herb used at a time. It is an herbal approach utilized all over the world. One plant, in your garden or growing in the wild near your home, picked and used to make a tea.
One carefully chosen Simple could treat everything from a stomachache to arthritis. When we use one herb at a time, we become very familiar with that herb. We become intimate partners with the plant and learn to trust what it does and to observe its effectiveness.
All of the 21 Simple Herbs are safe, easy to purchase in either tincture or tea form, and very effective. Try them one at a time and see how they can work to restore harmony in mind and body.
Included in this course:
21 Video lessons (one for each simple herb)
Guidance on how to use each simple
21 Simple Herbs Chart download
Recommendations on purchasing simples
Become a Kitchen Herbalist
You'll learn about the term Kitchen Herbalist in the course, but basically to become an herbalist you need to be familiar with several herbs.
But how do you choose?
Ashwagandha vs. Astragalus? Eleuthero vs. Panax? Schisandra or Rehmannia? The list of tonic herbs can be a long and winding road, reflecting an understanding of the inner workings of the immune system and of the multiplicity of mechanisms at work in the combinations of different active ingredients.
In this course, I will provide you with my handpicked 21 Simples that I always keep on hand in my kitchen practice.
Meet your Instructor
Dr. Janet Galipo is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine who has been in private practice since 1993. Her areas of study and expertise include acupuncture, homeopathy, nutrition, and both Chinese and Western herbal medicine, among many others.
Janet has developed several holistic healthcare training programs, including The Barefoot Doctors program, San Baio: The Three Treasures (with Dr. Nancy Werner), and most recently, BodyIntuitive, along with Dr. Laura Stuve.
A lifelong, passionate academic and voracious reader, Janet has earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University and advanced training in classical Chinese Medicine, Taoist medicine, and Tibetan medicine.