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Fri, 28 Jan

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Online Workshop

Herbal Therapy for Animals

Learn how to support your animal's health with herbal therapy!

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Herbal Therapy for Animals
Herbal Therapy for Animals

TIME & LOCATION

28 Jan 2022, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Online Workshop

ABOUT THE EVENT

Animals have been using plants for healing purposes for centuries. In fact, it is from observing wild animals that humans learned the healing benefits of plants!

Herbs are plants that have medicinal benefits. They can be beneficial in alleviating illness, especially where the illness is chronic. Herbs can also be used to support health and prevent disease.

In this two-part online workshop, animal naturopath Ruth Hatten is going to take you on a journey into the divine world off herbs and how they can benefits your animals.

Part 1 of the workshop will cover the history of herbs, how herbs can support animal health and herbal preparations.

Part 2 of the workshop will be a practical exploration on how to make three simple herbal remedies at home for your animals:

  • General health and wellbeing;
  • Relaxation; and
  • A Mystery blend to be revealed at the beginning of the part 2 workshop. This will be a blend that Ruth considers beneficial based on needs of each participant's animals.

Each particpant will recieve a 50g jar of each of the three herbal blends that Ruth demonstrtes in the part 2 workshop. Postage included for Australian participants. International participants will need to be pay additional postage.

Tickets

  • Herbs for Animals

    $87.00

Total

$0.00

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About Ruth

Ruth is a Holistic Animal Care Mentor. Her work encompasses principles of naturopathy, nutrition, plant medicine, energy and spirituality. Ruth's mission is to help animals feel healthier and happier utilising the bounty that nature provides.

Since 2015, Ruth has helped hundreds of animals around the world feel healthier using her holistic wellness approach to animal care. Ruth believes that animals can thrive when they are supported with species appropriate nutrition and natural remedies, and she's excited to help you help your fur family.

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