Oct 12, 2013
WHAT: Trouble sleeping? Allergies getting the best of you? Minor cuts, abrasions and skin irritations? Come learn about natural remedies for common ailments that you can grow in your own garden at Geobunga’s free Medicine Garden workshop at its Honolulu location. WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, Oct. 12 at 9 a.m. & 2 p.m. at Geobunga Honolulu, 4299 Lawehana Street, Salt Lake (across from Target) REGISTER: To ensure your seat, reservations are highly recommended and can be made at www.geobunga.com. DETAILS: Back in the day, if you got a scrape or cut at Grandma’s she would "doctor” you with a little something from the garden. Using plants as medicines predates written human history. Herbal remedies are making a comeback, and like Grandma or modern day herbalists, you can turn to your garden for ingredients for natural remedies — from minor cuts and scrapes, to teas and soothing baths. Special guest instructor Deanna Rose of Indigo Elixirs will help you plan out your medicine garden and offer tips on easy-to-grow perennials that will keep you supplied with natural remedies for years to come. She’ll open your eyes to the very real magic of plants, sharing helpful plant and produce recipes that heal the body inside and out. Also, Geobunga never skimps on aesthetics; garden accents such as pottery, riverrock and bamboo will be incorporated to create a beautiful and functional medicine garden. Please note that this workshop is not intended to disseminate or replace any medical advice given by your physician. Please be sure to check with your physician before trying any remedy suggested in this workshop. Geobunga turns the ordinary into extraordinary as Hawaii’s best resource for anyone looking to enhance his or her outdoor experience. Providing unique garden elements from around the world, Geobunga specializes in stone pavers and benches, decorative rocks, ceramic pots, fountains, and bamboo accents, including a variety of plants. With the best prices, selection and service in the state, each visit to Geobunga brings something new to discover. Geobunga, the state’s largest grower of water plants, offers a retail location in Salt Lake and by-appointment nursery in Waimanalo. Visit www.geobunga.com for more information. ***F R E E A N D O P E N T O T H E P U B L I C***
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