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Herbal Artist Training


It has been over 3000 years we have written records of  the human race being plagued with many conditions. Fast forward to 2019 where these conditions have tripled, and we are at a point where our man made inventions are becoming obsolete… Because of this fact we have seen many who are seeking “alternative” solutions to wellness, and even with all the access to so much information some are still running into road blocks on their journey to wellness. Our Herbal Artist Training is to eliminate all guess work along with these conditions that have become so rampant throughout the universe.

  1. We train in the arts of the fundamentals of all life energies. 
  2. Build relationships with herbs.
  3. Master the 12 body systems that work as the one unit of energy it is.
  4. Transform herbs to eliminate any condition that may appear.
  5. Explore mind and body oneness.
  6. Raise the awareness to the knowledge one already possess. 

Our training is designed to be simple and effective. The art of using what nature provides to correct changes within the body. Changes that cause conditions to develop into sickness, bad health and low energy. Our Herbal_artist training will allow you to identify the cause of these changes, either physical or mental and correct them naturally.

Our online Herbal Artist Training runs from September 15th 2019. We start with our online meet and greet and on Tuesday September 17th 2019 at 7:30 pm training begins and will run through March 12th 2020.

Training is done two days per week, every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm. If there is a need for another day to be added for extra training you will be notified in advance.

All training is recorded to both audio and video in the event a trainee is late or misses a session. All literature will be posted ahead of time so trainees can read and observe before training session begins, so we can have a tremendous training experience..

For your Chakra Healing blends.
link Herbal Artist Sabriina @queensunitedwholistic ..

We see people from all walks of life taking our training, many of them say they may just want he knowledge to help themselves and their family members and we always say to them so what would you do when the people you help start to tell others. This is why in our training we cover from the fundamentals of all live, to doing full consultations, public speaking, tea blending and much more.

Your 3rd week into the training we encourage you to begin working with family members, friends even clients. This is one of the ways we break what we call “the jesus effect” don’t matter how much knowledge he posses, along with everyone he encountered and healed on his journey, when he returned to his home town he was just seen as plain old jesus. We will have a further discussion on this in training.

All trainees are encourage to join the private chat that is for Herbal Artist and Trainees only. You will be required to put on three community events that we may attended to support Trainees.

Our Herbal Artist Training is a subscription base training for six months @ $150.00 per month for a total investment of $900.00, which can be broken down to a little less than $5.00 a day. See you on September 15th 2019. #staytrainig

Upon completion of training, you will receive your certificate .

Final day for registration is September 30th. After this date we will not be accepting no more trainees.

From Herbal Artist Adele..CEO of Naturalrootsnyc.. thankyou…

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Nettle the stinging energizer

Botanical: Urtica dioica

Family: Urticaceae
Other common names: stinging nettle, devil’s leaf, net plant, dwarf nettle, great stinging nettle.
Nettle has been used for centuries to nourish and strengthen the urinary tract. Long used as a diuretic, it cleanses the entire system by promoting the flow of urine and also aids kidney and bladder function. The herb is used to expel gravel from the bladder, flush toxins from the system and combat urinary tract infections. In the specific case of men’s health, the herb has been helpful in alleviating benign prostatic hyperplasia. The fact that Nettle root affects hormones and proteins that carry sex hormones (such as testosterone or estrogen) in the human.
As an anti-inflammatory, Nettle appears to inhibit the manufacture of prostaglandins, which may cause inflammation, and has thus been helpful in easing neuralgia, sprains, tendinitis, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism and gout. The herb is also thought to purify the blood and neutralize and prevent the crystallization of uric acid, further helping to alleviate inflamed arthritic joints, gout and rheumatism. As an astringent, Nettle has been effective in stopping external (with topical use) and internal bleeding. It helps reduce menstrual flow, uterine and internal hemorrhage, blood in the urine, diarrhea and dysentery. The herb’s astringency also shrinks inflamed tissues and helps to alleviate hemorrhoids.
Nettle is a nutritive that has been used for centuries as a tonic that nourishes and detoxifies the entire system. A an iron-rich herb, Nettle is considered beneficial for anemia by building red blood cells, and its high vitamin C content.. ensures that the iron will be absorbed by the body. Nettle is also mineral and vitamin rich and is good for debilitated conditions. Nettle is used to cleanse the digestive tract, promote healthy digestion and ease stomach problems.
Nettle is said to be a fine circulatory stimulant, opening blood vessels and increasing blood circulation throughout the body, This circulatory action is believed to uplift a weary body and relieve fatigue and exhaustion. The iodine content in Nettle is said to stimulate and improve thyroid function and is thought to be helpful in treating goiter. Nettle is a well-known folk remedy for allergy relief, including hay fever and other allergies. It helps to relieve inflammation caused by allergic reactions and clears congestion from the nose and chest.
It is considered an expectorant that expels phlegm from the stomach and clears mucus from the lungs, which is helpful in cases of respiratory problems. Used externally, modem herbalists use Nettle as a hair tonic and growth stimulant and also an anti-dandruff shampoo. Nettle tea is also considered an effective hair tonic that may bring back the natural color of the hair.
A poultice made of the leaves alleviates pain due to inflammation, and the dried powdered leaf is said to stop nosebleed. As a wash, Nettle is good for burns, eczema, insect bites and wounds. although Nettle is a stinging plant, it is sometimes used in cosmetics as a facial. Nettle tea is an old-fashioned remedy for fever, colds and grippe, and has often been used to relieve backache. Nettles are said to have a variety of healing properties, affecting different parts of the body. First and foremost, they are considered wonderful nutrition, which provides a first-rate form of energy. Special notice is the high calcium content in the plant, particularly when taken raw, which can be indispensable in certain conditions, especially tuberculosis and lymphatic congestion.
The herb is also much employed for problems in the urinary and elimination systems, especially for mucus problems thereof It is good for blood in the urine and for incipient edema, although it doesn’t rank with other herbs, such as parsley, for established edema. It is said to gently loosen the bowels, although a decoction of the plant can be used for chronic diarrhea. It is good for hemorrhoids when taken internally. It has been employed for gravel in the kidneys and for kidney infections generally. It can be used for water retention, the plant is said to be good for digestion and assimilation generally. It is said to help the absorption of organic minerals when taken over a period of time. It is thus considered good for reducing.
“Grieve relates the case of a man, diabetic, who took a diet of young Nettles for three days as well as drinking a brew of them. He lost much weight and vastly improved his condition”. The plant is said to influence the secretions of the body generally, especially influencing bleeding. Most sources agree that it is an excellent and safe styptic.
It is said to check internal hemorrhages taken as tea internally as well as applied externally as a wash for external bleeding-Some even recommend pulping the leaves and applying this over the wound, although the application should not stay on too long, so as to prevent irritation. The powdered root can be used for the same purpose even if someone is spitting blood..
Interestingly the herb is widely recommended for use in rheumatic conditions. “A woman with chronic rheumatism in her legs was gathering berries, and found herself annoyed to be continually brushing her legs against stinging Nettle. However. Much to her surprise, the pains in her legs rapidly and dramatically diminished, and she remained much freer from her trouble from that day forth”. Some have recommended using the method of flagellation that is, striking the affected parts with the herb.
The herb is often recommended for back pain, in particular for sciatica. In Germany, a decoction is taken internally and a poultice applied externally for neuralgia, while in other localities, a decoction is taken internally.