Nervines, Adaptogens, and Tonic Herbs for Animals

Renee Crozier Prince
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm EDT

Animals have been our teachers and companions for thousands of years, now in this time of great stress for our two and foot legged friends, we have the ability to greatly enhance our companions life with the safe use of herbs. This webinar will cover basic knowledge of animal safe adaptogens, nervines, and tonics. We’ll also discuss common health issues that can be helped with herbs. We’ll look at formulation and compliance strategies for major problems such as: anxiety, skin issues, diabetes, cancer, digestion and a variety of immune issues. I hope that people will leave this workshop with a basic understanding of the safety and use of herbs with companion animals.

Renee Crozier Prince is a clinician, practicing community herbalism with a focus on cancer care. Fourth generation Floridian, her focus is on bioregional plant medicine as well as conservation and underserved communities.

She founded NewMoon Herbal in 2010 as a way to create strong, affective herbal formulas with the bioregional plants of her area. Renee has been a teacher for more than twenty years, the co-director of the Traditions School of Herbal Studies; a clinical herbal training program, and is one of the stewards of a half- acre medicinal teaching farm. Most days you will find her in the integrated clinic with Bob Linde or with her hands in the dirt at the St. Petersburg classroom.

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