Phytochemistry for Beginners: Constituent Groups and the Menstrua That Love Them
Date: Saturday, March 28th
Time: 9:30am – 2pm
Instructor: Suzanne Tabert
Phytochemistry is the study of the constituents, aka chemicals, in plants that cause a physiological change in the body. Knowing the actions and needs of constituents and which menstrua will extract and preserve each group or individual constituent will give the medicine maker a clear view on pairing constituents with the correct menstrua.
This makes all the difference in the world when it comes to making effective herbal medicines. It also answers the question of why and how particular constituents are affecting the body.
I’ll unpack major groups of phytochemicals and give a breakdown on what they are and how to best handle them in your preparations in order to create powerfully effective herbal medicine.
Included in the workshop:
- Polyphenols and other antioxidant groups including anthocyanins
- Proteins/amino acids
- Vitamins and Minerals
What to bring: Notebook and lunch
Location: Phinney Neighborhood Center. Address will be given in registration notification email.
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