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Dawn Combs

Mockingbird Meadows

Storey Publishing

www.mockingbirdmeadows.com

Dawn Combs is an ethnobotanist with more than 20 years of experience in her field. She owns the herbal health farm Mockingbird Meadows, contributes to Mother Earth Living, and is the author of Heal Local: 20 Essential Herbs for Do-it-Yourself Home Health Care and Conceiving Healthy Babies: An Herbal Guide to Support Preconception, Pregnancy and Lactation. Books by this Speaker: Conceiving Healthy Babies

Dawn will be speaking at the Pennsylvania Fair.

Workshops

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The Importance of Sugar in Balanced Health

Every bit of dietary advice tells us to cut out all forms of sugar, but is that really healthy? With so much being made about the evils of sugar, it's difficult to find a middle ground. But there is one. Contrary to common belief, sugar is not only necessary, but you can actually improve your health by consuming it (and harm yourself through strict avoidance). This workshop explores which sugars are considered “natural,” which are problematic, and how to enjoy sweetness while avoiding the health problems that living a life without it can cause.
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Sweet Remedies with Herbs and Honey Bookstore Demonstration

Ethnobotanist and functional foods expert Dawn Combs teaches you how to make treats that are both delicious and healing using raw honey and herbal syrups. Taste and learn how to make some of the healing herbal honey recipes from her book Sweet Remedies, and experience how she and her family are helping families enjoy real-food, healthy electuaries out of their Ohio-based shop, Soda Pharm!
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Honey as a Medium for Medicine Electuaries, Oxymels, and More

Honey has long been rumored to be the best option for seasonal allergies, but did you know there's much more to this sweet remedy? While it's common to use alcohol, vinegar, or water to make Western medicines, honey has been used for centuries in other cultures, not as a sweetener, but as a synergistic base for traditional medicine. Modern science is taking notice and researching honey for its potential in the antibiotic resistance crisis. Find out how you can use this common household product for more targeted and potent remedies by creating electuaries, oxymels, and more.
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