Wild Carrot Seed Demystified

Thursday, September 16, 5:30-7 pm ET

Online via Zoom

Wild Carrot or Queen Anne’s Lace (Daucus carota) has been used for centuries throughout the world as a contraceptive ally. In this class, we will delve deeply into this plant’s traditional and modern use as a contraceptive. We will discuss forming our own relationship with this plant, and cover botany, actions, dosage, safety, and contra-indications. This class is an opportunity for an empowering collective discussion about fertility autonomy.

Ember Peters is a clinical herbalist and educator based in unceded Mi’kma’q territory, so-called Nova Scotia. They are the founder of Wild Current Herbalism and adjunct faculty at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism. Ember has been in clinical practice since 2014, focusing on providing accessible sliding-scale herbal care to people with complex chronic illness. Guided by nature, Ember’s teaching and clinical practice integrates scientific knowledge with energetic systems. They recognize community based holistic health as a tangible step towards collective and individual liberation and resilience. Ember is a Registered Herbal Practitioner with the Herbalist Association of Nova Scotia (HANS) and uses they or she pronouns. For more information on their offerings, visit: www.wildcurrentherbalism.com.

 $35 members/$45 non-members/$22.50 BIPOC or low-income

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