Speaker: Jill Stansbury. Many plants contain valuable organic mineral complexes, although they are not well extracted with simple teas, and even less with tinctures. Minerals are important for bone density and connective tissue integrity, as well as for optimal kidney function and osmotic balance in the tissues. Learn which plants are high in minerals and how best to extract them. Our exploration includes medicinal foods and recipes using some high mineral nutrient plants: Equisetum, Avena, Medicago, Rubus, anise and fennel seeds, and other tasty, readily available herbs and spices.
High Mineral Herbs for the Connective Tissue: Review, Reminders and Recipes
- Event: 2015 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine
- Product Code: 15SW30
- Availability: In Stock