Welcome to Our Healing Roots, a blog exploring natural medicine that returns us to the roots of health and wellbeing. Our Healing Roots, LLC, is a private natural healthcare practice and experiential learning center that advocates the safe use of integrated, natural medicine. Many healing ways have gone by the wayside with the advent of conventional medicine. While it is important to receive professional medical advice for serious conditions, there are many things we can do at home to prevent disease and maintain our health. The Latin word for doctor is docere, which means to be a teacher. Our Healing Roots wholehearted embraces the importance of teaching in healthcare, so that people feel empowered about their health and wellbeing. More information about this business can be found at www.ourhealingroots.net.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Herb Walk Today and Other Upcoming Events

Herb Walk at the Garden Trug
Today! Saturday, May 11th | 11am-12pmLocation: The Garden Trug; 3009 E. 101st Street; Tulsa, OK 74137
Phone: 918.528.3828
Discover the herbal possibilities waiting your garden with me this Saturday. This special event includes a walk through The Garden Trug's retail garden, where you will learn how varieties of plants can be used medicinally. I invite you to come be inspired for Mother's Day. 
Homeopathy--The Basics
Phone: 918.813.1874

Homeopathy is a complex system of medicine started in the 1800's, when a physician was looking for a safer and gentler method of healing. It still exists today and is becoming widely popular for its safety and affordability. This class includes instruction and introduction to the art of homeopathy. This class is a series offered over a 1 month period. Tea and light snacks will be served.

Classes on Mondays, May 13, 20, and June 3
(6-7:30 p.m.)                               Cost $30.00 

Botanical Tinctures
Phone: 918.813.1874

Tinctures are a fast and easy way to take herbal medicine. A tincture is an alcohol extract of an herb. Learn how to craft your own botanical tinctures from dried and fresh herbs using a folk method. Instruction in botanical medicine and safety will also be included. Class includes hands-on experience, and each participant can take home two 1-ounce tinctures.

Class offered Thursday, May 16 (6-8 p.m.)

Cost $25.00


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