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Nourish Your Nervous System

By Robin Bennett
Posted in Blog, Recipes
On November 10, 2020

(Originally posted as a newsletter 11/10/20. If you are not signed up for my newsletters, signup here!

NOURISH YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM
And a fortifying recipe

Hello Friends!

I don't know about you, but between all the excitement of the past week
and the challenging events of 2020, I am focused on giving my nervous system all the nurturing and nourishing that I can! I'd love to share some of my favorite herbs, recipes and earth-connecting tips with you in the upcoming series.

HERBS FOR THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
November 16 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EST
Online Learning through the New York Open Center
Series of three weekly Monday classes - Nov 16th - Nov 30th
Get your tickets HERE!

We will explore several ways in which the mysterious nervous system may hold the ultimate key to our health. We'll explore how to use herbs such as sage, oat straw, lavender, basil, St. John's wort, nettles, mullein, and Solomon's seal to help address pain, nerve damage, inflammation, anxiety, MS, depression, neuropathy, headaches, and much more.

You can read my recent interview with the Open Center here. We discussed how I got started on this path, who and what inspires me, and how "Accessible, inexpensive, and effective herbal medicine is radical in today's world."

This class is ONLINE and available by
recording afterward if you can't attend in real time.

PERSONAL SUSTAINABILITY INFUSION
Favored by my apprentices!

¾ cup dried red clover blossoms
¾ cup dried nettle leaves and stalks
½ cup dried oatstraw

Boil the oats in a half-gallon of water. Put the dried herbs into a half-gallon jar and pour the boiled oats and water over them, filling the jar to the rim. Cap tightly. Steep the brew overnight. In the morning, or after 8 hours or so, decant the infusion by pouring off the liquid through a strainer or cheesecloth and squeezing out the herbs before composting them.
Store this tea in the refrigerator, as it is high in protein and will spoil rapidly if not refrigerated.

(excerpt from "The Gift of Healing Herbs")

Love and Green Blessings,
Robin Rose
~*~

Robin Bennett

Robin Bennett

Robin Rose Bennett is a writer, teacher, green witch, herbalist, and a wisewoman… one who loves the earth and gives voice to the healing wild food and medicine plants which surround us. She has been a practicing herbalism for over 30 years, based in New Jersey & NYC. Robin focuses on the spiritual and ecological lessons of plants and treatment of illness.