Day: March 10, 2015

Open House

We’re having an open house night! Join us for tea, treats, and conversation with herbalists, students, and friends. Have questions you’ve been wanting to ask? Well, wait no longer! Feel free to bring gluten-free, dairy-free treats to contribute, and a knitting project or some such if you’re a person who likes to chat with busy…

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Herbs for Whole Hearts

The heart is physical, emotional, spiritual. Herbs touch it in all these realms, offering tonification, relaxation, stimulation, and exhilaration to a heart that has grown weak, tight, tired, or downcast. In this class you will learn to identify which of the cardiac herbs are most appropriate and important for your own particular needs. You’ll discover…

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Making Herbal Medicines: Elixirs

The word itself is evocative, rich: elixir. The medicine itself is even more so! Learn how to make your own delightful and medicinal herbal elixirs using honey, spirits, and herbs. These are delicious and potent remedies with a long history. Honey and alcohol are both excellent menstruums for the medicinal properties of plants, and each…

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The Caffeine Herbs

Coffee is likely our country’s most favorite herb, even if people consider their morning brew to be in a completely different category from other herbal infusions – and much of that popularity is due to the buoyancy and buzz its caffeine content provides. Coffee is more than just caffeine, though, and caffeine is found in…

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Simple Herbs for Sound Sleep

Learn how herbs can help you re-establish a natural sleep cycle and wake up feeling refreshed, every day. The average human requires a minimum of eight and a half hours of sleep each night to function normally. During sleep, the body recovers, rebuilds, and detoxifies from the day’s damages and stresses. Sound, deep sleep is…

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