We’ll drink in more than just some herbal teas. We’ll go much deeper looking at different healing modalities and remedies used in the Ashkenazi Jewish community. This will include a selection of herbs commonly used and recipes for how they might have been made. There will be information on hydrotherapy and clay poultices and more. To pull it all together, we’ll look at how someone in the shtetl may have dealt with colds and flus or an upset stomach. I will share traditional recipes and bring this into modern herbal practice while looking at the science behind these health choices.
Series on Traditional Jewish Health Practices
These zoom courses are for anyone curious about traditional Jewish Healing practices. We’ll be looking at them from a traditional view in a 21st century context. Come join the conversation!
Ashkenazi Jewish Herbalism: More Than Chicken Soup
October 26 6:30- 8:00 EST, Zoom, Recording of class will be available
Ashkenazi Jewish Cuisine: Beyond the Bagel
November 2, 6:30- 8:00 EST, Zoom, Recording of class will be available
Ashkenazi Jewish Meditation, Mussar and Spirit:
More than Prayer
November 9, 6:30- 8:00 EST, Zoom, Recording of class will be available
Ashkenazi Herbal Medicine: More than a Cup of Tea
November 16, 6:30- 8:00 EST, Zoom, Recording of class will be available
Price 18.00 – 40.00