ONLINE: Herbal Home Remedies 2:30-4PM Tuesdays & Thursdays, April, 14th, 16th, 21st and 23rd, EST
... because many of us prefer to handle everyday symptoms at home.
At a time when our healthcare system is over-run, and social distancing is key, there is no better time to invest in becoming acquainted with medicinal herbs. This four part hands-on class will explore how to make safe, effective and inexpensive herbal home remedies.
During each live 90 minute session, we will make at least two remedies, talk about their applications and why we chose the herbs & foods involved.
We will work with medicinal kitchen herbs and a few backyard herbs. We’ll explore interventions for everyday symptoms - those things that continue to pop up, as they always do, even during these covid-times including stings & springtime allergies, tension headaches, upset stomaches and more.
We'll meet twice weekly, 2:30-4PM Tuesdays and Thursdays, April, 14th, 16th, 21st and 23rd, EST. All sessions will be recorded. Both recordings and recipes will be shared with participants.
This is an introductory online herb class for people who want to learn more during these times. The fee for the 6 hour series is $50 … an excellent investment in your health and that of your family.
To register simply complete the form below & I'll be in touch.
Payment in advance (PayPal, Venmo, credit card) will save your space. Upon registration, you will receive a welcome letter, with a link to this online class.
You’ll also be asked if you have any priorities. I will do my very best to address as many interests as I can.
For more information, or to schedule an online herbal consultation, please email me or contact me on Facebook. I am continuing to teach and practice at a distance.
Please note: My classes during these covid times are running at 50% off in the belief that herbs will help. Usually, these workshops are offered face to face. Now, however, thanks to conferencing software, we can meet “eyeball to eyeball" online. I look forward to greeting you soon.
A ship's medicine chest, held at The Smithsonian (I think) c. 18th century