CobwebMD is Emily Wittenhagen, a certified nutritionist and community herbalist based in Georgetown, Seattle, offering nutrition and herbal consultation as well as individual and group forest and sound bathing sessions.
The purpose of CobwebMD is trusting in traditional forest medicine to offer simple, powerful ways of healing.
My focuses are mood, magic & mental health as well as diet & digestion — from basic food-as-medicine to wildcrafted remedies and the practice of forest bathing, exploring how food-as-medicine, wildcrafted remedies, conscious slowing, and the practice of nature and sonic therapy can offer balance and healing to the mind and body.
All care is 100% confidential, collaborative, trauma-informed, inclusive, and rooted in body positivity, with clients ultimately in charge of the direction of all conversations and care plans.
To book, visit the APPOINTMENT page.
What Does CobwebMD mean?
The name CobwebMD is a play on words with the site WebMD, but a lot more than that, too — it’s a celebration of natural medicine, the web of plants and fungi out there that help to heal us, and a recognition for the ability of the seemingly fragile cobweb to withstand high winds, torrential rains, and more weight than steel…a pretty good metaphor for the human body and spirit, aka: you are less fragile than you thin. The natural world helps remind us that, and it’s also here to to help.