Herbal Medicine Introduction Series
Basics of Growing & Drying Herbs
Hands on Exploration of Herbs and Tea Making
Take Home Tea Samples
Every Day Herbal Tea 101
Please join me for an informative discussion where you can learn how to naturally deal with everyday health issues.
A first line of defense can easily be a hot cup of tea or an herbal bath when you or your family members have a health problem.
Herbs have been used for centuries for their sheer elegance and allurement, for landscaping, for culinary pleasures, for making cosmetics, skin care products and of course for medicine.
We’ll review Autumn’s Therapeutic Thirteen Herbs - many that grow well in our local environment and have many important uses.
Lemon Balm, Hibiscus, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Ginger, Rose, Nettles, Holy Basil, Catnip, Echinacea, Chamomile, Red Clover and Dandelion.
Plus a bonus: Turmeric
We will discuss growing medicinal plants, proper harvesting and storage techniques.
An introduction of various herbal medicine making methods.
The best preparations for different types of teas.
Learn to visually identify herbs with many hands-on demonstrations.
Discover herbal teas that help cultivate calm, lower blood sugar and aid digestion.
Discover the joy of creating your own tea blends.
Take home tea samples and door prizes (all tea related).
We will visit my garden where we can connect with the plants, one on one.
A fun healthy potluck is encouraged and raved about by past students as an added point of connection.
You will also get a brief sneak peak of upcoming herbal courses and have the opportunity to give input to the 2018 workshops.
So, let’s get together and enjoy some herbal tea, practical information, and learn which herbs will grow best in your own backyard pharmacy.
Classes to be offered in the Spring of 2018.
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
(including potluck lunch break)
Seats Limited to 10 Students per Class
Reserve your cup w/ Autumn today!