Indigenous peoples have cultivated traditional plants and medicines for thousands of years. Cedar, devils club, and tobacco all have spiritual and healing properties. Learn how to Wild-Craft harvest, prepare, and create your own cures with Coast Salish plant medicines.
Arianna, a knowledge keeper of Quw’utsun’ ways, shares valuable teachings, recipes, and methods taught to her by her grandmother and elders of her nation. Arianna believes true healing comes from a sacred relationship to the natural world.
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This session will cover:
- Methods for harvesting Coast Salish plant medicines
- When to harvest
- Recipes for making your own cures
- Teachings passed on from her Elders and grandmother
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About the Presenter:
Arianna Johnny-Wadsworth is a Proud Daughter of the Quw’utsun’/Cowichan People. She was born in Duncan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Unceded Coast Salish Territory. Quw’ustun’ Made is a project to preserve the traditional knowledge of her people in order to pass it on to the next generations. She believes that people today will only find true healing by cultivating their sacred relationship with the natural world. Indigenous communities all over the world still maintain this connection despite centuries of repression & outright attack. She named her business after her tribe to show the upmost respect for her ancestors & elders for the teachings they passed on.
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