An Herbal Community - Not only do you gain a solid understanding and plan for using herbs in supporting the health and well-being of your household, but you also become a part of our Midsummer Farm Herbal Community. Herbal Students are invited to various gatherings and events... And they get to shop our plant sales early! Over the years, we are becoming an ever-evolving and developing supportive and fun group of local and passionate herbalists.
Hands-On with the Living Herb Plants - A huge focus in our herbal educational programs is to have our students truly experience the herb plants - classes are very hands-on and involve working with the living plants...
Price is $485.00 and includes one of my favorite herb books on medicine making, materials, herbs, handouts.
Check Schedule for Availability | Please register in advance.
Outline for each session (but much more always ends up being covered as the course organically evolves):
Session 1: Sunday, September 22nd
Antibiotics, Antivirals, Antifungals, Colds and Flus, Respiratory Health, Infections, Sore Throats
HERB FOCUSES: Garlic, Echinacea, Marshmallow, goldenseal, thymol, baical skullcap, elecampane, oregano, more.
USING: Tincturing (alcohol-infusions)
Session 2: Sunday, October 20th
Liver Cleansing Detoxing, Gut and Bowel Health, Lymph System
HERB FOCUSES: Milk Thistle, Dandelion, Mucilages, Burdock, more.
USING: Teas (water decoctions)
Session 3: Sunday, November 3rd
External Healing - Skin Health, Cellulite, Varicose Veins, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Dry Skin, Wrinkles, Chronic Skin Issues, Sunburn
HERB FOCUSES: Calendula, Violet, Yarrow, Arnica, Comfrey, Self Heal, Umbelliferae family, more.
USING: Oil-infusions, salves, lip balms, ointments, poultices.
Session 4: Sunday, November 17th
Anti-inflammatory Herbs, Bug Bites, and Allergies
HERB FOCUSES: Licorice Root, Pain-killers, nettles, plantain, tumeric, chickweed, feverfew, meadowsweet, and mints.
USING: Poultices, Bringing them all together.
Session 5: Sunday, December 1st
Hormone Balancing, Digestion and Metabolism, Anxiety, Stress
HERB FOCUSES: Nervines and adaptogens, Oats, Kelp, Tulsi (Holy Basil), Skullcap, Lemon Balm, Motherwort, Red Clover, St. John's Wort, Blue Vervain, Raspberry Leaf, more
This is an intensive herbal course, like our Living with Herbs Course, but this course is designed around usages or activities of herbs rather than chronological herbalism. These two classes can be taken together in the same year for a very intense herbalism experience or in two separate years to stretch out your herbal learning experience.
Our Herbal Apothecary is a 5 Session intensive herbalism course.
In this course, you'll be building your own herb-based household health plan, as well as your own herbal medicine cabinet, beauty spa, and emotional well-being resource.
Along with delving into natural herbal approaches to healing and vital health, each session will also involve how to grow and maintain a plentiful and abundant herb garden as well as how to harvest, store, and make use of the herbs you grow effectively. Full day by day outline is below...
Intensive Full-Day Sessions - 5 Sessions
10 am -to 3pm
Fridays in Summer / Fall 2020
Session 1: Friday, June 26th
Session 2: Friday, July 10th
Session 3: Friday, August 28th
Session 4: Friday, September 25th
Session 5: Friday, October 16th
Advanced Registration is Required / Registration closes 6/15/20
Course costs $485/person. You can register here, using PayPal:
(or please feel free to email me for other registration options or any questions you may have - email@example.com)
An Herbal Community
Not only do you gain a solid understanding and plan for using herbs in supporting the health and well-being of your household, but you also become a part of our Midsummer Farm Herbal Community.
Herbal Students are invited to various gatherings and events... And they get to shop our plant sales early! Over the years, we are becoming an ever-evolving and developing supportive and fun group of local and passionate herbalists.
Register right here, using safe and secure paypal: