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Integrative Healthcare Webinar: Take a Deep Dive into Mistletoe
January 31 @ 18:00 - 19:00FREE
Take a Deep Dive into Mistletoe
Integrative Healthcare Webinar
Date: Wednesday 31 January
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Who should come
Healthcare professionals, researchers and students wanting to learn more about evidence-based integrative approaches to healthcare. Members of the public with an interest in learning more about Integrative approaches to support their own health.
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About the webinar
Join Dr Elizabeth Thompson and Charlotte Pulver for an online Mistletoe Immersion, learning about this deeply sacred and highly revered plant of our ancestors. A plant so sacred it was simply known as the ‘one who can not be named’ or ‘All Heal’ due to its capacity to assist with so many health issues.
During this talk you will learn about ancient mistletoe lore and what symptoms it can assist with. The best time to harvest European Mistletoe (Viscum album), how to connect with the consciousness of mistletoe and how to make your own mistletoe tea.
Our Guest Speaker – Charlotte Pulver
Charlotte has a background in natural healthcare, studying and practising various medical systems of healing for 20+ years specialising in women’s healthcare, immunity and mental health. Her love is rooted in making medicines for people which she sells through ‘Pulver’s Apothecary’. Her healing path is very much rooted in the mistletoe mysteries of the British Isle’s and it is her joy and delight in helping people remember and connect with this deeply sacred and healing plant which is very much indigenous and rooted in the lore and stories of these lands.
After booking we’ll confirm your registration and a day before the webinar we’ll send you joining instructions which include a link to access the webinar on Zoom.
The webinar will be recorded and available for replay to Members of our Society in Integrative Healthcare within one week.
Please note that any webinar registrations after 5 pm on the day, may not be processed in time.