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Bloom is grounded in plant-centered wellness, offering herbal education at the personal and professional level, plant identification walks and workshops, and a herbal medicine clinic and dispensary.
The herbal clinic and dispensary are open for in-person services on Wednesdays for drop in, between 11 am-3:30 pm, Come by for a visit and herbal supplies.
Herb orders can be left in a secure, contact-less location, or sent by mail.
Online & in-person Courses
Starting September 2022
Our signature year-long course on plant-centred, holistic herbal self-care has been running in-person for almost 20 years, and now we also offer an online version.
Events & Workshops
We offer a variety of plant-focused classes, workshops and nature walks. Joining one of our drop-in events is a great introduction to the world of herbal medicine.
Are you struggling with a health concern? We do comprehensive consultations taking into account your whole being, and formulate custom herbal remedies.
Student clinic appointments available for only $25 +HST
We stock bulk dried herbs, herbal tinctures, infused oils, flower essences, and medicine making supplies. We have over 150 herbs, and can formulate custom tea and tincture blends.
Make friends with plants.
Holistic Herbal Wellness Program
Immerse yourself in the healing power of plants.
In this year-long seasonal wellness program you'll
form dynamic relationships with over 100 helpful plants.
We’ll go outside together in this plant-centred, hands-on, interactive course, learn to identify the plants, and learn how to use them to make herbal tonics to boost your health year-round.
Next Classes start
in September 2022
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Disclaimer: The information contained in this newsletter (website) is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace specific medical advice and care from a health professional. Herbs are generally safe, yet some have specific cautions and may not be appropriate for everyone. You are encouraged to make health care decisions based on your research and in partnership with a qualified health professional. Please consult with a registered herbal practitioner if you seek personal guidance concerning the use of herbs and if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication Be certain of plant identification before harvesting any plant for ingestion or other use.