Organically Grown Herbs
using permaculture & biodynamic practices
Hand-crafted Herbal Remedies
tea blends, oils, salves, tinctures, hydrosols
Fresh & Dried Herbs
gathered by hand or ethically wild-harvested
Bear Roots Forest offers a quarterly box of herbal medicines, created for the needs of each season, to help keep you balanced and healthy throughout the year.
The Spring box will be filled with products to get you ready for longer days, warmer weather and all the Spring activities and adventures.
There will be new herb soaps that are made with evergreen oils; spruce, pine and fir! As for the rest of the contents, you will have to check back to find out what they will be!
A foundational course exploring the Roots of Health with a focus on herbalism and nutrition.
Start Date: March 23, 2024
This is a self paced online course that will include six live classes that will be 3-4 hours in length, one Saturday per month.
Detailed topic information along with the herbs and health concerns that will be covered can be found in the syllabus that can be found here along with other information about the course.
Holistic health practitioners can help you tap into your own healing potential. Tatum will guide you to balance your mind, body and spirit using her background in nutrition and herbal medicine.
Initial appointments for new clients include a thorough exploration of primary health concerns and underlying factors. Information such as your dietary likes and dislikes, sleep patterns, digestive function, emotional health, anxieties and stress factors leads to understanding your underlying constitutional pattern from which a protocol will be created that best matches you. Nutritional supplements or individualized lifestyle changes along with the herbal remedies to assist your body during your healing process will be recommended.
Each provincial association in Canada requires a minimum number of clinical hours to become a registered practitioner. If you are interested in gaining clinical hours, Tatum has a monthly student clinic that you can attend. The clinic is online via Zoom, one Saturday a month, where there will be two full intakes done.
It is recommended that you have completed a foundations course in herbalism, and have reviewed the clinical skills courses; Intake Overview, Assessment Overview, Formulation Foundation, and Creating Session Notes. Information about these courses can be found here: Clinical Skills Overview – Bear Roots Forest School (bearrootsschool.ca)
Please reach out to Tatum if you are interested in gaining clinical hours. You can connect with her here: Contact – Bear Roots Forest School (bearrootsschool.ca)
Upcoming Student Clinics:
February 17, 2024- FULLY BOOKED
March 16, 2024- FULLY BOOKED
April 27, 2024- Appointments available- 10am and 1pm AST
If you would like to book a consultation with the student clinic, you can do so here: Book a consultation!
Not sure what a hydrosol is or why a tincture may be more effective than a herb infused vinegar? This series provides you with an in-depth look at common herbal remedies, their benefits and for which health concerns they are best used. With so many great products to choose from this series should make it a little easier for you to know which remedy may be the right one for you. If you still have questions please feel free to reach out by contacting me at [email protected].