By Jen Munson
During this season of change our digestive systems may struggle to adapt to the rich processed foods we are consuming. Carminatives can help to aid in gastric distress. Fortunately, most of our culinary herbs and spices are carminatives so we can enjoy their taste while aiding our guts. Common soothing herbs include peppermint, chamomile, fennel, and ginger.
Join us on Wednesday, November 20th at 1pm EST when clinical herbalist and author Maria Noël Groves, RH (AHG) returns to the HSA Webinar series just in time for the holidays. Maria’s practical approach to herbalism will inspire you to create your own digestive wellness tea using many of our lovely herbs.
Sign up for this webinar at https://www.herbsociety.org/hsa-learn/hsa-webinars/
Maria is the author of the bestselling, award-winning Body into Balance: An Herbal Guide to Holistic Self Care and the new Grow Your Own Herbal Remedies. Her books are a must in your herbal wellness library. They are beautifully sectioned out by ailment and how the related herbs support that part of your system. Maria runs Wintergreen Botanicals, nestled in the pine forests of New Hampshire. Her business is devoted to education and empowerment. Learn more about Maria and herbs at www.WintergreenBotanicals.com and be sure to sign up for her monthly newsletter.
Jen Munson is The Herb Society of America’s Education Chair. She discovered herbs when she stumbled upon her local unit’s herb and plant sale and hasn’t looked back since. Just recently she celebrated being a member of the NorthEast Seacoast Unit for 15 years!
Herb Society of America Medical Disclaimer … It is the policy of The Herb Society of America not to advise or recommend herbs for medicinal or health use. This information is intended for educational purposes only and should not be considered as a recommendation or an endorsement of any medical or health treatment.