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Herbal Remedies Workshop

 
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In this class you will make your own tinctures and learn how to make salves out of commonly found plants. Specifically, you will leave with a tincture effective against headaches and pains. You will also meet and learn about some of the favorite plants our wise wildcrafting team.
This class is designed to be experiential and educational. We will be out in the Garden getting to know plants, as well as in the Oak Dome (which has air conditioning) making our remedies. There will be about 1hr of slides and education about permaculture basics as well.
Among the plants we will be meeting are some of the most useful, nutritional, and delicious "weeds" that can be found anywhere you find human buildings and pathways - empowering information of food, medicine, and self care provided by nature.
Children ages 7+ are welcome to come (for half price) accompanied by a supervising adult.
WHEN: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Saturday, July 15, 2017
WHERE: Jackson Wellsprings, Ahsland, OR - Meet at Oak Dome, ask main office for directions
PRICE: $65 Price of class includes supplies for making tinctures and salves (children half price)
Lead instructors: Rhapsody, Jewels, Monica
Assistant instructors: Megan and Loxley
REGISTER HERE
Filename: 2017.07_Herbal_Medicines.pdf
Description: Herbal Remedies workshop
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