Bryce offers alternatives at Spring Fling

Staff Writer
Glen Rose Reporter
Grace Bryce

Check out Gracie’s Garden LLC online and you will understand why the Hamilton Extension Education Association (HEEA) has invited Herbologist Grace Bryce to speak at our annual Spring Fling fundraiser scheduled for March 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church fellowship hall in Hamilton, open to all. Guests will be fascinated by her natural approach to well-being.

She is the owner of Gracie's Garden, LLC, “Sacred Herbs & Energy Harmony,” and manufactures a line of herbal products in Georgetown. Bryce grows many of the herbs she uses, which are organically cultivated without chemicals and grown with TLC. She offers Natural Health Consultations and Energy Balancing sessions to help bring people back into healthy balance, having begun her professional consultations in 2008. From dealing with her own health issues, Bryce has come to enjoy helping other people and spending time in nature with the plants.

At Spring Fling, Bryce will talk about some herbs that are easy to grow and how they can be used for minor first aid. Her science background enables her to formulate products from herbs naturally, such as salves, lotions and tinctures. She will also cover some of the medicinal uses of common culinary herbs that you may already grow in your garden. You can find more information on her at www.gracebrycemh.com. Is she qualified to educate us on this topic? Oh, yes indeed!

Bryce is a Clinical Herbalist, Quantum Reflex Analysis Practioner (QRA), Jin Shin Jyutsu Practioner (a dynamic, non-invasive treatment that helps balance your body to improve your well-being) and Transformational Breath Facilitator, Certified Natural Health Professional (CNHP), Holistic Health Professional (Board Certified AADP), Master Herbalist (MH-Global College of Natural Medicine), Ordained Minister — The Universal Light Church and the Oklevueha Native American Church of the Nemenhah (Doctor of Divinity, Registered Behavioral Therapist, Physio/Spiritual Massage, Herbalism and Natural Health Consultations), Transformational Breath Facilitator Intern, Histology Technician (HT—ASCP—and Research Associate with 20 years’ experience in laboratory work.

The Spring Fling features a program, silent auction, vendors, door prizes, and a delectable salad and dessert buffet, with a low charge of $8 for any or all of the day, including lunch-only guests at 11:45 a.m. For more information on our organization or about Spring Fling, call 254-372-3165 or email to  jerriecage@gmail.com.

As part of the Texas Extension Education Association (TEEA) HEEA emphasizes education, an open heart to all, and reaching out to those who need us. We are associated with the Texas A & M AgriLife Extension Service and serve people of all ages regardless of socio-economic level, race, color, sex, religion, handicap or national origin. All of our members are volunteers.