The Alchemist’s Kitchen is excited to announce the launch of its latest offering in the world ofvirtual learning. Now people all across the world can learn from some of the most amazing teachers, herbalists, and healers on the planet. The goal of this new learning platform is to provide learners, doers, and dreamers with an opportunity to experience teachers whose goal is to truly teach their communities and the globe the importance of plant health and herbalism.
Their first headline course on this platform is a four-part series by author and health coachJenny Sansouci. Jenny is known throughout the community for being a chapter ahead of everyone else and is thrilled to be able to share her knowledge with others. In this series, students will explore the different ways to get back to their healing roots by incorporating plants and mushrooms into everyday life. The course will dive into how to use these plants and fungi for wellness and health, as well as the research and best practices for using them for more serious conditions like cancer and managing the side effects of chemotherapy.
In addition to some other amazing collaborations, The Alchemist’s Kitchen has also partnered with DoubleBlink and Veecoco to provide even more resources to their communities. DoubleBlind’s 101 online course educates learners on how to cultivate and successfully grow a variety of fungi. In addition to video tutorials, students enrolled in the course receive downloadable guides, live support from mycology experts on the DoubleBlind team, and access to a private online community with over 800 growers from around the world. Veecoco is an online learning platform that provides detailed cooking courses with experienced chefs who guide you step-by-step through the world of vegan cooking.
For more information on how to access the virtual learning offerings from The Alchemist’s Kitchen, visit them at NEW_URL.
About The Alchemist’s Kitchen
The Alchemist’s Kitchen is a botanical dispensary located on Crosby Street in the heart of Soho, New York.
Its mission is to educate, entertain, and enlighten the community about the power of plants.
The Alchemist’s Kitchen collaborates with trained herbalists, mycologists, organic farmers, and small workshops who produce premium botanical medicines, CBD, herbal remedies, and whole plant beauty products.
They are inspired by the ancient and indigenous roots and envision plants and fungi as a gateway into conscious living, stimulating a connection between each other and those in a global community of shared vision and care.
The Alchemist’s Kitchen
119 Crosby Street
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