Biofilms are the focus of much scientific research due to their persistence and the fact that many provide and environment in which bacteria mutate and produce antibiotic resistant strains. This class will discuss the formation and organization of biofilms along with providing current research on herbal interventions and a few case studies. The case studies will illustrate how traditional concepts such as tissue affinity and energetics and which help may help clinicians fine tune these herbal interventions to the individual client.
Stephany is an herbal educator and consultant in Iowa City, IA with a Bachelor's Degree in Health Arts and Sciences from Goddard College. Her clinical focus is herbal therapeutics and she has been working with clients since the late nineties. She teaches herbal self-care classes at various venues in her community including is an associate academy educator with The Herbal Academy. Conferences she has presented at include the Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference, The Midwest Herb Fest, The AHG Symposium, Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference, and Good Medicine Confluence. The Essential Herbal, Plant Healer Magazine, Natural Herbal Living Magazine and The Herbal Academy's Herbarium have published her writing and she has maintained her own educational website at www.naturallysimple.org, since 2004.
Join us for the 12th annual
Midwest Herb Fest: Returning to Our Roots
August 3-5, 2018
Glastonbury Institute of Sustainable Living, near Culver, Indiana
Learn: History of folk medicine and modern use of medicinal plants,
alchemical spagyrics, tinctures, restorative yoga, and more
Explore: Herb walks, tree walks, herb, mushroom, and vegetable gardens
Entertainment: Live music, fire spinning, belly dance
Open Events: Drumming, bonfires, auction fundraiser
Get Back to Nature: Primitive woods camping with hot showers and flushing toilets
Workshops and activities for adults, teens, and children
Register today at midwestherbfest.com