APA Webinar ~ Looking at Local Herbs from an Ayurvedic Perspective

Wed, 21 April 2021 17:00 – 18:30 BST

Online Event

The APA is delighted to host a webinar on Looking at Local Herbs from an Ayurvedic Perspective with Anne McIntyre.

Join Anne for a discussion about common local herbs using Ayurvedic classifications. It is important to consider the wisdom and sustainability of depending for our medicines on herbs grown out of sight thousands of miles away in India and other far corners of the earth. For us to get the best results from our plant medicines, it is vital that we ensure that they are of the best quality, free from pollution, correctly identified and produced with minimal impact on the environment. Sourcing them locally and ideally foraging, growing and preparing our own herbal remedies is the best way of ensuring this. Let’s start by looking at a few popular spring remedies that you can all find on your doorsteps such as dandelion, nettle and ground ivy.

About Anne McIntyre FNIMH MCPP MAPA

Anne McIntyre is a Fellow of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, a Member of the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy and a Member of the Ayurvedic Professionals Association. She has trained as a medical herbalist, remedial masseuse, aromatherapist, homoeopath, counsellor and Ayurvedic practitioner and has been in clinical practice for 40 years, offering an integrated approach to the care of patients and prescription of herbs.

Anne is the author of many books on herbal medicine and Ayurveda including The Complete Herbal Tutor, The Complete Floral Healer, The Complete Woman’s Herbal, Healing Drinks, Herbal Medicine for Children: Western and Ayurvedic Perspectives, The Ayurveda Bible and Dispensing with Tradition: A Guide to using Indian and Western Herbs the Ayurvedic Way.

Anne lives in the rural Cotswolds where she has a beautiful spiral herb garden, which has been featured on BBC’s Gardener’s World. She runs a busy practice there alongside which she teaches a number of courses and conducts regular herb walks in her garden and the surrounding countryside. She has lectured widely on herbal medicine and Ayurveda in the UK and America and has online courses in Ayurveda for laypeople and other professionals.

To learn more about Annie's practice visit: annemcintyre.com, Learn Ayurveda with Anne McIntyre

Accessing the webinar

Please note that all the webinar participants will recent a link to a Zoom webinar on the morning of the 21st April to their email address. To access the webinar simply click on the Zoom link sent to your email from info@apa.uk.com. Please note that you do not need to enter the event via the Eventbrite page.

Anne McIntyre
APA WEBINAR - Looking at Local Herbs from an Ayurvedic Perspective

Wed, 21 April 2021 17:00 – 18:30 BST

Online Event

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