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Herbal Care for Babies & Toddlers

This talk teaches you natural healthcare for your child and how to make simple natural and herbal remedies for common ailments in babies and children.

This course takes you through common ailments for babies and children and how you can effectively use herbs, simple home remedies and nutrition for these conditions. We will also discuss how to incorporate immune boosting foods and herbs into your child's diet for better health.

Conditions include: colic, constipation, diarrhoea, stomach upsets,teething, reflux, earache, coughs, chest infections, colds & flu, low immunity, eczema, cradle cap, nappy rash, cuts and wounds, burns. We will also discuss infectious diseases like chicken pox, mumps and measles, how to recognise the signs and symptoms and simple home remedies that alleviate these.


You will be introduced to different herbs for the conditions, Bach flowers for kids and safe use of essential oils. The workshop includes handout with LOTS of recipes of remedies for different ailments

Demonstrations: Making herbal syrups

Tastings and testers: Herbal candies for different conditions. Herbal syrups and glycerites. Herbal ointments, creams and oils.

Herbal tea and snacks included.

This talk is ideal for parents and carers of young children and expecting mothers interested in natural healthcare. Due to venue space we cannot accommodate children at this workshop. It is for adult attendees only.


  • Date: Saturday 7th April 2018
  • Time: 10am-1pm
  • Location: East Clare Community Co-op Scariff, Co. Clare Directions
  • Cost: €30
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About Bareroot Botanicals

Bareroot Botanicals is a nursery and herb farm based in Co. Clare which specialises in medicinal plants from around the world. It is owned and ran by Iona Herbal Herbalists Ross Hennessy and Marina Kesso.

We hope that through our nursery and the courses we run on the farm that we will empower people to use and grow these plants and see an ancient form of natural healing passed onto another generation.

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