Learn the foundations of making and using your own herbal medicine.
This class engages all your senses in a hands-on approach to learning:
- Medicine making techniques
- Herbal First Aid
- Identification and use of common wild herbs
- Herbal remedies for common imbalances
- The art of creating herbal formulas
- How to enjoy wild foods
Tuition includes samples of an abundant variety of products we will craft together
- September 27 – Introduction to the healing ways of plants + the art of tea preparation
- September 30 – Herb Walk at Trinidad
- October 4 – Herbal Oils + Salves: preparation and use
- October 11 –Tinctures + Liniments: preparation and use
- October 18 – Building Herbal Formulas
- October 25 – Herbal First Aid, Poultices, and Fomentations
- October 28 – Herb Walk at Dandelion Herbal Center, Kneeland
- November 1 – Herbal First Aid continued + Herbal Pill and “Goo” preparation
- November 8 – Herbs for common imbalances + Syrup and Shrub preparation
- November 15 – Herbs for common imbalances continued + Herbal First Aid Kits + Celebration!
Contact Allison: email@example.com, 707-407-5617
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About Your Teachers
Allison Poklemba is a teacher, botanist, herbalist, environmental educator, Co-director of Dandelion Herbal Center, founder of Backcountry Press, artist, mother, friend, and always curious student of nature. She has been concocting potions since childhood and teaching at Dandelion Herbal Center since 2002 — she also carries a special place in her heart just for seaweed.
Jessica Shepherd is Co-director of Dandelion Herbal Center. She has been working as a Community Herbalist at Humboldt Herbals since 2004 while also teaching a myriad of classes and pursuing extensive studies and certifications in the field of Aromatherapy, including distillation. She has developed successful herbal product lines, top-selling tea blends, created an award-winning recipe published in the book Fire Cider, and has been teaching at Dandelion Herbal Center since 2015.