Medicinal Plants in the Kitchen

This is not a LivingstonACE course. Please use the contact information below for questions or to register.

Call 222-9999, email, or register online

In our culture, we are trained that medicine is separate from food. But indigenous healing traditions knew better: food is medicine. In this class we will explore the integration of herbal medicine with the nourishment we take into our bodies every day.

In this workshop, we will take a look at common herbs and spices as well as a variety of foods and their specific healing properties. The herbs and spices we discuss will be those that are likely already in your spice cabinet, or are readily available either fresh or dried.

$25 per class

Advanced registration and payment required to have materials for each attendee. 

Thursday, June 29, 2017  6 - 8 PM
Directions for Livingston location send upon registration. 



Kristine Backes offers consultations, workshops and mentoring rooted in nature-based healing traditions. She loves to show people how to listen to their own wisdom by moving in closer harmony with nature. Kristine is a registered yoga teacher, holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership, and has studied Ayurveda and other traditional healing methods for over a decade.

Call 222-9999, email, or register online

Day and Time
Thursday, 6-8 PM
June 29
Minimum Age
Phone: 406-223-1586
Single participant $ 25.00
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