Pioneer of Aromatherapy Visits Austin
Aromatic Plant Presentation and Botanical Tea with Jeanne Rose
Aromatherapist, Herbalist, and Author
Aromatherapy is the art of healing through the senses of smell and touch, using essential oils from plants. Since publication of her first book, Herbs and Things, in 1969, and through many subsequent works, Jeanne Rose has furthered public knowledge of herbal traditions, history, and essential oil applications. She is truly one of the pioneers studying this ancient chemistry practiced as early as 400 BC by the Egyptian, Roman, and the Greek cultures.
Join the American Botanical Council in an intimate workshop with Ms. Rose as she discusses growing and identifying plants for essential oil production. Enjoy herbal teas and refreshments and tour ABC's ever-expanding gardens at their new headquarters, Case Mill Homestead in Austin, Texas.
Wednesday, March 24, 1999
American Botanical Council
6200 Manor Road
Austin, Texas 78723
Tel: 512-926-4900 for information
$10 per person, reservations recommended
The American Botanical Council is the nation's largest non-profit organization dealing with research and information about herbs and medicinal plants, located in Austin, Texas.