RAICES Community Education of Traditional Medicine

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RAICES Community Education of Traditional Medicine

Time: May 3, 2014 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center
Street: 9800 4th Street NW
City/Town: Albuquerque
Website or Map: http://www.bernco.gov/rgscc/
Phone: 505-375-0155
Event Type: community, education
Organized By: RAICES
Latest Activity: Apr 16, 2014

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This is a FREE, bilingual, educational event sponsored by Tonantzin Traditional Healing, UNM Student Affairs, UNM Women's Resource Center and Ideas to Action. 

Learn about medicine plants and their uses for:
* Top 20 common ailments
* The effects of herbs on the body’s major systems
* Herb safety: can they be used with allopathic medicine?
* Energy of plants
* Kitchen remedies and herbal gardens
* Rub, Tub, & Scrub: How to use plants on the outside of our bodies

For more information, please email: raices@temazcalito.com or call 505-375-0155

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