We will delve into the world of herbs including but not limited to, self selection, monographs, energetics, production, storage, making, taking, plant spirit work, tasting, blending, first aid, foraging, common and unusual herbs, photochemistry, pathology, biodynamics and more.🍁🍃🌼 🌿Learn how to improve your animals health and wellness. 🌳Develop the skills to enrich and support. 🌱 Discover the herbs and plant medicines that can improve your animals wellbeing. 🌿 Identify the plants your animals can forage on safely and learn ways to integrate them into their daily lives. 🌱Enjoy tasting, experiencing and immersive herbalism. 🍃 Develop your plant and animal energetic skills. 🌱Delve into plant spirit work. 🍂Understand how seasonality effects behaviour and learn the plants that support these changes. 🍃Learn physiological pathways to inflammation and wellness. 📗 Build a portfolio to enhance your animal anatomy and physiology and plant knowledge.
The plant and animals worlds have a uniquely interconnected relationship that brings amazing benefits to both. Reproduction and dispersal for the plant - health, nutrition and wellness to the animal. Our Herbal Self Selection course is designed to show you how these two mighty kingdoms integrate in a safe and and methodical way. We help your animal to release traumas which may be physical or emotional by aiding them on their wellness journey. We help to enrich their lives and environments by showing how the herbal plant world can be integrated easily and effectively. And we work in unison with vets to alleviate disorders and diseases and promote balance and alignment of the whole. Weekly Lessons Free downloads Live sessions Access to the Animal Botanicals Facebook group
Dive into this recording where we discuss the connection between the plant and animal kingdoms in the season of winter and how their natural physiological processes are impacted by the season. We detail how winter manifests in the body, how their systems and pathways are impacted by the reduction in light and temerature, food quality and quantity. We look at the similar impacts of the season on plant physiology and draw the two kingdoms together to interconnect how common diseases can be found at this time of year. We look at the beneficial herbs of the season and highlight how these can be used to restore balance, health, vitality and wellness in the time of stasis. Each of the interconnected physiology series are connected through the seasons and we detail how disease prevention can be implemented when we life a life in tune with the seasons. Natural, interconnected, vital and healthy.
Join us in this recorded zoom webinar as we navigate the connection between the animals and plants around us and how their design fits into the wider understanding of health in spring. We look at herbal approaches to animal wellness in the season of detoxification - assessing animal physiology system by system. We then assess plant physiology noting the similarities between the two kingdoms. We take a look at the beneficial herbs of the season, drawing together the web that is seasonality, herbal medicine, plant and animal physiology. We look at the best herbs for dis-eases and disorders of our equine and canine species, those that are frequently associated with spring. This event highlights the energetic connection between plant and animal kingdom, all the while highlighting the science of biology. You can join to watch on catch up here. CPD certificates available.
Matthew Dodds has worked in wildlife conservation for over 25 years has surveyed, transformed and restored many valuable wild flower meadows. Matthew’s presentation covers the practicalities involved with turning pastures from agricultural to species rich diverse spaces; the by product being better gastrointestinal health for our horses and associated health benefits. Matt provides information on time frames for restoring a natural swathe, depending on pasture type and explains the differences between pastures depending on location and topography. Matthew provides information on how we can increase species diversity detailing maintenance regimes, weed removal, cutting and grazing cycles and the benefits of these management processes. Connection is made with the evolution and ecology of the plant species used in wild flower meadows.
Discover one of the many ways that endocrine dysregulation can manifest in this zoom catch up. This webinar deconstructs a case study, looking at the minature shetland Dinky. Here I looked at the specifics of this cases disease aetiology and how this little pony's symptoms lead me to the veterinary confirmed diagnosis. I discussed herbal protocols that could be used to initaite and instigate health back to the body and investigated how stress and diet impacted several of this pony's body symptoms and systems. In this zoom you will discover how seasonality plays a major role in many disease processes and how we can use the seasons as a tool towards wellness. CPD certificate available
Join us for this live event based in hertfordshire where we cover the basic scientific principles associated with herbs, including primary and secondary metabolites. We cover the basic building components of herbs and their general application. The day is threaded with the concepts of herbal energetics including plant spirit work and herbal tastings. All the while applying these concepts to offering herbal material to our animals. The day starts at 9.30am and finishes at 4.30pm. 6.5 hrs CPD hours will be provided.
Printed in full colour and divided in to handy seasonal sections you will be amazed at how easy it is to identify and find plants and herbal remedies for your animals that are foragable and free. We have included the rules of offering herbs using the self selection method. 54 of the most commonly selected plants - those our animals enjoy the most. Ideas on preparation including teas or offering fresh or dried. We have added further information on clays and charcoal as well as information on actions, uses and indications. You and your animal will love exploring natures lada this year and you will know that your animal is selecting safely.
Herbs and the skin. With the season of itchy goings on, shedding and the end of winter, now is a good time to start thinking of ways that we can help the biggest organ of them all, the skin. As well as ingesting these glorious herbs using them in all manner of ways topically can really benefit our animals. Healing to eliminate fleas, bites, stings, soothing and calming for the skin, anti anxiety and nervine, anti microbial and good for just a darn good rinse off. Some of the topical balms are good for muscle strain and sprain, arthritic discomfort and minor scrapes. You can find out how to make these simple topical applications by downloading my latest ebook here. We cover everything from herb pillows to balms, macerates to hoof paste. The most beneficial herbs for the occassion have also been added for reference. Simply click on the link and your ebook will be delivered direct to your email.
The amazing Animal Botanical Spring Forage can be downloaded here. Aiding you and your animal to select appropraitely and confidently. Includes our top Spring herbs with actions, uses, where to find and what they do! You will find it full of details on native british herbs with easy to identify pictures. Details on how to find and pick herbs sustainably and importantly, how the herbs can help your animal.
The Animal Botanical Summer Forage can be downloaded here. Aiding you and your animal to select appropraitely and confidently. Includes fantastic Summer herbs with actions, uses, where to find and what they do! Easy to identify pictures with advise on picking sustainably. Its a great addition to your daily dog walk or horsey hack!
The final Animal Botanicals ebook is available to download now. Only £10.00. We have included our top 20 plants that your animals can benefit from through the Autumn and into Winter. The Animal Botanicals Autumn forage will be sent direct to your email where you can download to your phone. . We hope you enjoy.
The self selection starter packs include with 6 amazing dried herbs - 100g of each herb! 6 fabulous dried powders - 250g of each powder! 6 fantastic essential oils! All specifically devised and chosen so that you, as an owner can aid your pet in the best way possible. We've selected these products to cover all physical body systems as well as those which can help with emotional and spiritual trauma release. All herbs and oils have been ethically sourced and where possible organic! All are human grade products.