Herbalism can support your health more powerfully than you can imagine.
Check out these two powerful Herbal Programs.
Introduction to Herbalism
Introdction to Herbalism is an easy to implement 2-part training program to help you rediscover the abundant healing properties of our earth in a more meaningful, powerful, and practical way than ever before. Learn the art, science and magic of working with the herbs all around you. Dr. Maya shares knowledge of how to work with the original medicines for a variety of common and chronic conditions. Herbs can help with sleep, pain relief, digestive issues, detoxification , relieving anxiety and elevating mood.
Herbs for Gut Health
In Herbs for Gut Health learn how your gut works and what it needs to be nourished and happy. Learn why we get food sensitivities and how we can improve tolerance. Learn why your microbiome is EVERYTHING for your health.
Learn herbs to treat challenging gut problems: gas, bloating, belching, stomachaches, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, poor weight gain, obesity, nutrient deficiencies, high blood sugar, SIBO and “mystery illnesses”.
And explore the Gut-Immune-Brain connection. How the gut plays a critical role in chronic illness like Lyme, Epstein Barr Virus, acute- and long-C*VID, migraines, epilepsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression and anxiety, and many others.
“Learning herbalism with Dr. Maya taught me how potent plants can be even in emergency situations. Now I know how to run outside and find an herb for every manner of emergency and they really, really work.”
“Spit poultices are the best! I’ve saved myself many trips to the medicine cabinet and the doctor with my newfound knowledge of plants.”
“I’ve learned how to identify clues that help me determine the medicine of plants. For example, I now know that yellow flowers may indicate medicine for gallbladder or urinary health, and red flowers can indicate support for blood or the heart. And I’ve gotten so much more curious about the medicine of plants.”
“I’ve spent years treating my patients who have simple and complex conditions with the magnificent plants and herbs that we find abundantly in nature, all around us. Working with herbs is a wonderful way to stay healthy and support those you love.” ~ Dr. Maya Shetreat