Summer 2019: Jambalaya – A 4 Week Intensive into Traditional African Medicine

Date: 4 Fridays – July 19th & 26th, August 2nd & 9th

Time: 7pm – 10pm

Cost: $225

Teacher: Hadizatu Mohammed

Location: Ancestral Apothecary, 3798 Grand Ave Oakland, CA

Jambalaya is a 4 part intensive course which will introduce students to the basic principles of Traditional African Medicine. We will journey through time following T.A.M. from the smallest village nestled in the forest to the open expanses of Egypt, and across the Atlantic into the Americas.

During this course we’ll be discussing the stigmas and taboos surrounding African Medicine and Spirituality while bridging the gap between the past and present. We will dig deeper into the medical philosophies of the African throughout their diaspora and discover what plants are commonly used, the many ways they are prepared and administered, along with the traditional ways illness is identified.

With spirituality at the very core of T.A.M. we will gain insight into the spiritual world of healing, intuiting a better understanding of plants and their spiritual uses. In this course you will begin to build a solid foundation in medicine making where we’ll learn how to make tinctures, syrups, tea blends and more the African way! This 4-part course will give students the basic knowledge to work with traditional remedies for your everyday common ails.

Please click here to complete the application.

Full payment is required to save your spot in class.

To reserve your spot, please mail deposit to: Ancestral Apothecary, 3798 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610. Alternatively, you may request a paypal invoice (3% finance charge).

*We are not doing payment plans at this time. If the class becomes full- we will add you to the waitlist in the order you submit your application.

Accessibility: The classroom space is located up one flight of stairs. There is an alternate entrance available for folks who need it. Please contact us at the email below with your accessibility needs.

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