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Herbal Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura, EcoSociety
18:58
Hi everyone
Laura, EcoSociety
20:47
If anyone has any questions, please put them in here :)
Donlea
21:20
his bandwitdth is low and is jumpy....
Naiomi MacLean
22:35
I’m in Nelson
Aly Gomes
22:37
On the west coast here!
Megan Mobbs
22:38
I am in the Kootenays
Breanne Dodge
22:40
I'm in coquitlam bc
marinde
22:50
West coast
Donlea
22:54
penticton
Sarah Taranoff
22:54
kootenay
Jessica S
22:58
Coquitlam as well
kaitlyn myers
23:03
powell river, bc
Lena Holmes
23:07
Grand Forks!
Amanda Lynn Wooden Papailhau
23:10
nelson
Elaine
23:10
Winlaw
C. Anne’s iPad
23:14
glade
Megan Laveau
23:36
salmo :)
Aly Gomes
23:47
I'm personally interested in making a balcony herbal medicine garden :) Just got some seeds from Ravensong Herbals
Naiomi MacLean
24:07
I walk on the rail trail so I see it everyday
Brad Fergusson
24:18
I have seen it
Donlea
24:24
the video is not great! it looks like thimbleberry
Donlea
24:57
bush
Naiomi MacLean
25:01
Bush
Brad Fergusson
25:02
shrub
Elaine
25:45
looks like a thimbleberry to me.
Naiomi MacLean
26:16
The big leaves
Donlea
26:23
the leaves, the flowers
Brad Fergusson
26:31
big leavesd and the flowers
clerical.winlaw
26:38
the woody stem
Naiomi MacLean
26:38
The shape
Elaine
26:56
leaves, flowers, being picking the berries all my life.
terri austin-beech
26:56
leaves have points and riples
Brad Fergusson
26:59
soft maple leaf shape
Naiomi MacLean
27:06
Reminds me of a weirdly shaped maple leaf
clerical.winlaw
27:06
woody stem when older and soft breakable stem when young
Naiomi MacLean
28:50
similar to a wild rose
karikuznecov
29:16
I tuned in a little late and missed the introduction where is he located?
Brad Fergusson
29:21
5 petaled Large pollinating area relative to the leaves.. Beat me to the the wild rose
Naiomi MacLean
29:23
Nelson
Laura, EcoSociety
29:26
uphill in Nelson
clerical.winlaw
29:40
five petals
Sarah Taranoff
29:51
petals look soft and floppy
terri austin-beech
29:55
petal shape and center
Aly Gomes
30:08
the petals aren't layered
marinde
31:17
It catches the eye because it's so big relative to blackberry flowers, which often grows in the same habitat.
Naiomi MacLean
31:22
Smell
Brad Fergusson
31:24
Thorns
Brad Fergusson
31:37
smell
terri austin-beech
33:13
my message says his bandwidth is too small
Naiomi MacLean
33:19
They are yummy?
kaitlyn myers
34:21
mullen is the best toilet paper ;)
Naiomi MacLean
34:36
How do you eat them?
Brad Fergusson
35:45
no
Naiomi MacLean
36:06
Raspberry leaf for menstrual
Megan Mobbs
37:22
How interesting!
Breanne Dodge
42:48
fethery leaf
marinde
42:49
Feathery
Brad Fergusson
42:51
fern like
Breanne Dodge
43:03
"stringy" leaf
Breanne Dodge
43:18
rosemary like
Brad Fergusson
44:38
seen it
terri austin-beech
44:38
unfamiliar to me
Naiomi MacLean
44:41
Hard to tell from video, but I’m fairly sure I know it.
Naiomi MacLean
44:52
Yarrow
Breanne Dodge
44:52
is it chamomile?
Katherine Oldfield
44:57
yarrow
Brad Fergusson
45:29
wort
Naiomi MacLean
46:47
very cool
Naiomi MacLean
48:13
mugwort
marinde
48:15
liverwort
Aly Gomes
48:20
figwort
Katherine Oldfield
50:12
styptic
Katherine Oldfield
50:26
stops bleeding
Brad Fergusson
50:41
very cool
C. Anne’s iPad
50:41
wasp sting - works great
Brad Fergusson
50:50
Coaugulant
Brad Fergusson
52:24
very useful for wound!
C. Anne’s iPad
53:25
question: could you make a yarrow tincture to replace ibuprofen?
Jessica S
59:34
are tinctures taken orally?
Jessica S
01:00:50
Are there nonalcoholic tinctures?
C. Anne’s iPad
01:01:12
castlegar liquor store sells 100 proof (50%) vodka
Brad Fergusson
01:01:47
60% to 70% alcohol is also useful as a sterilising agent for most pathogenic organisms.
Jessica S
01:02:03
Thank you!
Brad Fergusson
01:02:28
Elderberry wine for example
terri austin-beech
01:04:29
Would like a broader spectrum on such a short presentation
janisnelson
01:04:31
new herb
Megan Laveau
01:04:41
I would like a new herb :)
Brad Fergusson
01:04:42
I use aloe gel if I have to use hand sanitizer when I get home. New herb
Jessica S
01:04:47
new herb
Megan Mobbs
01:04:51
More herbs :)
terri austin-beech
01:07:09
plantain?
Elaine
01:07:13
plantain
Brad Fergusson
01:07:26
The one I use for wasp stings
Naiomi MacLean
01:07:44
grows everywhere and in between ashphalt
Brad Fergusson
01:08:12
oval leafs
Naiomi MacLean
01:10:27
On cuts on hikes
Brad Fergusson
01:10:39
chew the leaves to create paste and apply topically
terri austin-beech
01:10:47
I have heard it is also part decongestant? or good for coughs?
Jessica
01:11:26
for digestion, to relieve inflammation. I use the narrow leaf variety in green juice.
Brad Fergusson
01:14:29
yes
Brad Fergusson
01:14:42
an infection that is interanal
C. Anne’s iPad
01:16:19
which is better for dirty bleeding wounds: yarrow or plantain
Brad Fergusson
01:19:33
COOL!
Megan Laveau
01:19:35
that’s how i know plantain
Megan Laveau
01:19:38
I just eat it
Megan Laveau
01:20:05
great for soups!
karikuznecov
01:21:04
Awesome! Thank you so much!!!!
C. Anne’s iPad
01:21:12
yarrow; teas? cooked.
terri austin-beech
01:21:17
do you have a comment or two on mullien?
LJankola
01:21:22
this was great! learned lots of new cool things. Thank you so much!
nina wynne
01:21:27
Are borage leaves safe to inject ?
nina wynne
01:21:32
injest*
nina wynne
01:21:36
ingest* lol
Megan Mobbs
01:21:40
Best herbs to make into tea for the digestive system?
C. Anne’s iPad
01:22:48
so... please send us answers after the webinar
Breanne Dodge
01:22:48
Thank you for this info; I've got to run, but very informative and helpful!
Naiomi MacLean
01:23:02
dandelion is good for digestion
janisnelson
01:23:03
dandelion root is good for digestion
Megan Mobbs
01:23:11
Thank you!
Megan Laveau
01:23:14
So is mint
Naiomi MacLean
01:23:27
chamomile
Brad Fergusson
01:23:34
Ginger grows locally?
Megan Mobbs
01:23:37
I have been relying on mint. Thank you all!
Megan Laveau
01:23:39
Wild ginger!
Megan Mobbs
01:24:02
I really appreciate this free webinar. Thank you so much
Naiomi MacLean
01:24:10
Thank you!
Megan Laveau
01:24:11
Yes thank you
Megan Laveau
01:24:12
!
marinde
01:24:13
Thank you <3
nina wynne
01:24:16
Amazing presentation , many thanks
C. Anne’s iPad
01:24:16
thank you
terri austin-beech
01:24:17
Thanks
Brad Fergusson
01:24:18
This was brilliant! Thanks!
Katherine Oldfield
01:24:20
Thank you!!!
Jessica S
01:24:32
Thank you!
Megan Laveau
01:24:37
It’s wild ginger
nina wynne
01:24:41
question regarding borage leaves - are they safe to ingest? I have found conflicting information