Herbalism Medicinal Kitchen Herbs & Spices Certificate

Last updated 11/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.36 GB | Duration: 1h 0m
Discover how common kitchen herbs and spices are used as herbal medicine and natural medicine for ultimate health.

What you’ll learn
Gain better health for yourself and your family through delicious food as medicine
Discover multiple common health conditions aliviated or prevented by each of the herbs and spices
Know the best ways to use each of the herbs and spices for effectiveness, ease and flavor
Discover simple recipes that taste so good, your family will not know it is medicine
Reduce medical bills and visits by dealing with acute, non-emergency situations at home
Learn from Udemy’s top qualified herbal instructor who is available to answer your questions
The only course requirements are an open mind and eagerness to deal with many ailments at home.
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU LIKELY HAVE VALUABLE MEDICINE IN YOUR KITCHEN CUPBOARD?Your kitchen is likely a store-house of herbs and spices that greatly improve your health and wellbeing. Do you have basil, oregano, cinnamon, thyme or garlic in your kitchen? If so, you already have valuable and important medicine. If not, you can easily purchase them from any grocery store. These are just a few of the many herbs and spices covered in this course. We will talk about:What health conditions they are used forThe best ways to use them for effectiveness, ease and flavorHow they help keep you healthy in the first placeHere’s what students have to say:★★★★★ "WOW! I had no idea how powerful kitchen herbs and spices are and how well she explained everything. I am really thankful for the recipes. Very encouraging.” – Sam D★★★★★ "Great introduction to herbalism as it applies to what most all of us have in our kitchen at any given time. Elizabeth Heck knows herbalism well and is engaging in her presentations. I have applied several of the suggestions and "recipes" for my personal use and have found the "medicine" invaluable this past cold & flu season! Highly recommend this course to any interested in improving your health naturally.” – Joanna H★★★★★ "A lot of fun especially for a beginner with not much culinary background. Loved this segment especially the pickled garlic in Tamari. Delicious! Can’t wait to try your chai.” – Penny C★★★★★ "I absolutely love the short bursts of information that is so refreshing! The content, so far, is exactly what I was hoping for.” – A’Jay SCultures throughout history have effectively treated illnesses and injuries at home with herbs and spices. We often think that spices and herbs are included in recipes for flavor, but actually many of them were initially incorporated into the food we eat for their medicinal and health giving qualities. Here are just a few examples of what you will learn:Black pepper for colds, flu, digestion, memory and arthritisCinnamon for decongestion, immunity boost, antibacterial, blood sugar stabilizationMint for nutrition, brain function, relaxation, digestion and nauseaBasil for headaches, stress, insomnia, topical antibacterial and antioxidant propertiesGinger for joint health, colds, PMS and nauseaMany more…Using Herbs and spices as medicine is no more difficult than making an easy recipe or even simply steeping a cup of tea. For your own health and healing, you should use them often.Your instructor, Elizabeth Heck has 25 years of experience in working with plant medicines. She is by far, Udemy’s most qualified herbal instructor. Rest assured, you’re in good hands. With an extensive teaching background, she knows how to guide you through your herbal learning journey with ease. Even better, she is there for you throughout the course to answer any of your questions. That’s incredible value!Why is this course not Accredited?Nearly every online course (unless it is a large university) that claims to be accredited, actually is not. These are simply fake accreditations from real-looking websites used as a marketing scam in order to sell more courses. Elizabeth, as with any experienced herbalist, teaches with ethics and integrity and absolutely will not be deceitful for marketing sake. Rather, her students are sincerely respected and honored. Therefore none of her courses claim to be accredited.More of what students have to say:★★★★★ "I am learning more than I thought I would. Thanks for the recipes. I really enjoyed this course.” – Marcia D★★★★★ "It is giving me information beyond what I already know. Interesting, fast enough paced that I don’t get bored, yet slow enough to remember and learn.” – Lisa S★★★★★ "Really great course and I learnt a lot which I can personally use. My family will benefit greatly from what I have learnt. Thank you heaps.” – Tina GYou have lifetime access to the course so you can take as long or short as you wish to go through the material. You can replay the videos at anytime using the course as an ongoing reference. You also have a 30 day money back guarantee.BE SURE TO ENROLL NOW!
Section 1: Welcome to Home Remedies: How to Use Herbs & Spices for Utimate Health
Lecture 1 Overview of Course
Lecture 2 Supportive Text to Assist in Note Taking and Disclaimer
Section 2: The Spices that Kick Flavor and Kick Ailments
Lecture 3 Black pepper: The King of Spices
Lecture 4 Cardamon: The Energizing Spice
Lecture 5 Cinnamon: More than Great Flavor
Lecture 6 Cloves: Ultimate for Toothache
Lecture 7 Fennel: For Digestion and Estrogen
Section 3: Amazing Healing Herbs Common to Most Kitchens
Lecture 8 Basil: The "Feel Good" Herb
Lecture 9 Basil: Making Pesto
Lecture 10 Mint: The Tasty Pick-me-up
Lecture 11 Oregano: The Surprising Medicinal
Lecture 12 Rosemary: Stimulates Brain Function
Lecture 13 Sage: Essential for Sore Throat
Lecture 14 Thyme: Powerful Antiseptic
Lecture 15 Recipes
Section 4: Additional Amazing Kitchen Healers
Lecture 16 Cayenne: The Fiery Remedy
Lecture 17 Cayenne: Making Aztec Cocoa
Lecture 18 Cayenne: Making a Topical Oil
Lecture 19 Garlic: The BEST Remedy to have on Hand
Lecture 20 Garlic: The Many Uses
Lecture 21 Garlic: Making Pickled Garlic
Lecture 22 Ginger: Joint Health, Nausea, Colds and PMS
Lecture 23 Ginger: Make a Chai Tea
Lecture 24 Recipes
Section 5: Conclusion
Lecture 25 Bonus Lecture
This course is for those who want to learn basic home health care using what they have on hand in their kitchens,This course is for those who want to increase their overall health and well-being through food,This course is not intended for those wanting to treat serious conditions



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