Sat, 14 Nov|
VILLA PRANA - Portimão
TRAINING IN AYURVEDA PHYTOTHERAPY
Herbalism, or herbal medicine, is the use of plants (flowers, leaves, stems, bark, roots, seeds and fruits) and their extracts for the maintenance of health. Since the beginning of time, people have resorted to medicinal plants to treat the health problems that arise, resorting to...
Time & Location
14 Nov 2020, 10:00 WET – 12 Dec 2020, 18:00 WET
VILLA PRANA - Portimão, Av. Miguel Bombarda 5, 8500-299 Portimão, Portugal
About the event
DURATION: 20 hours - 6 sessions
Herbalism, or herbal medicine, is the use of plants (flowers, leaves, stems, bark, roots, seeds and fruits) and their extracts for the maintenance of health.
Since the beginning of time, people have resorted to medicinal plants to treat the health problems that arise, also resorting to herbalism in a preventive way. After nearly two centuries of oblivion, the use of herbal medicines is again gaining ground in a society in which individuals strive to stay healthy without the use of chemicals, using medicines that work according to the body's defenses and rhythms of Nature.
Usually the treatments and herbal products stand out for being:
- Harmoniously assimilable and chemical-free, they act in isolation, often releasing unwanted toxins into the body.
- More easily eliminated by the body.
- In most cases practically free from side effects .
In this Ayurvedic herbalism workshop, some of the products to be prepared are:
- Creams and lotions for daily use and specific conditions (burns, analgesics, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, etc.)
- Massage oils and daily use
- Compound for strengthening the immune system
- Ear treatment
- various dyes
- Antipyretic compounds
- Antiseptic / antibacterial and hemostatic compounds
- Compounds of medicated honey (anti-tussive, anti-inflammatory and antibiotic), medicated ghee and medicated aloe vera
- Knowing the Ayurvedic system – Rasa, Virya, Vipaka and Prahaba
- Knowing and manipulating Western and Indian plants according to the Ayurvedic system
- Prescription Protocols