Meadowlark Farms School of Folk Medicine
From the Founder of Meadowlark Farms School of Folk Medicine: An introduction to what you need to know to get started making your own herbal medicine. Learn what is available to you locally as well as overview of medicine making processes presented by Jennifer Galbraith. Class Date: July 13, 12 noon, Putney Farm 1624 Taylor Road Honea path SC 29654 Bio: Jennifer Galbraith, Meadowlark Farms School of Folk Medicine- Jennifer is passionate about gardening, wild crafting, homesteading and raising our children in a chemical free world and teaching others to do the same. About the herbalist MEADOWLARK FARMS SCHOOL OF FOLK MEDICINE·FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2018 From a young age, Jennifer has been drawn to the world outside her window. She has loved way that the natural world can influence a person’s mood and fresh air refreshes the lungs. It was not until she was older and started to explore the concept of homesteading and natural living, that Jennifer came to find herself in love with the idea of herbal medicine. Jennifer spent several years as a personal injury paralegal, watching the effects of modern medicine on injured clients. The passion to learn how to better help not only those clients, but also her own family and friends, led Jennifer to the Herbal Academy of New England where she immersed herself in her studies and began to seek out classes, books and any other source of information she could find to locate a more natural answer. Once she started to see the more natural approaches, she started offering these herbal remedies to her family as well as others through her herbal company Meadowlark Farms. It has since been a great pleasure for Jennifer to see her husband, children and friends curb the side effects of prescription drugs including helping a dear friend recover during chemotherapy. Jennifer is passionate about gardening, wild crafting, homesteading and raising our children in a chemical free world and teaching others to do the same. Knowing that with all of the new technology and discoveries, sometimes the best solution to a problem comes in the knowledge we learned at our grandmother’s side. She invites you to join her as she digs dandelion root and smells the aroma of salves, teas and poultices warming on the fire.