Christina Slotin, August 2020 – East West School of Planetary Herbology



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My name is Christina Q. Slotin and I live in Cocoa Beach Florida with my husband Michael and our two teenagers.  As a child, my family moved from Mexico to a small farm working town in Florida named Immokalee. Plants have always played a role in my life, my childhood includes fond memories of grinding fresh herbs and spices for meals on a daily basis and my mom’s herbal remedies that she relied on including cleansings or limpias that she would conduct using aromatic herbs, eggs, and prayers. My working path brought me close to plants as well, as a child I worked alongside my parents in the vegetable fields and during high school and college, I worked at the UF agriculture research center in the entomology department. I majored with an Environmental Science degree and taught science and outdoor education and throughout the years have been my husband’s sidekick on all of his…

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