You are interested in herbal support in the home for yourself and your family
You are being affected by a global pandemic and you know herbs for wellness will be essential in the coming years
You want to know how to prepare basic herbal preparations and would benefit from the support of an experienced guide
You want the option to learn from an experienced herbalist and do it from home in your comfort space
You are learning to garden for your health and need guidance on what to plan and how to best access the benefits of your garden
Cultivate you winter | spring | summer | autumn
*Registration for the first session will become available Autumn 2021
Seasons of online learning: 4 Weeks each season
Prerecorded video lessons Live virtual sessions weekly Weekly PDFs Homework and projects *optional to have materials mailed to you
What to Expect:
One 4-week module per season *Four modules per year
One live virtual session per week
Four weeks of material including printable PDFs and short pre-recorded videos
instruction and hands-on demonstrations
Comprehensive list of materials needed
Option to have materials mailed to you prior to each module start date
Private forum for students and option to share emails to stay connected
Cultivate You at Home with Herbs
Cultivate healthy digestion with bitters, greens, flowers, and roots Cultivate healthy nervous system with aromatics, roots, flowers, and fungi Cultivate healthy respiratory tone with steams, roots, leaves, and flowers Cultivate healthy skin with lipids, roots, flowers, and common weeds Cultivate healthy musculoskeletal tone with topicals, flowers, roots, and barks Cultivate healthy immune defenses with tonics, berries, leaves, and spice
FAQs: What herbs will we be learning about and creating with? Each season has its herbal highlights. For instance, in the spring we will be talking about nourishing spring foods and medicines such as young dandelion greens and roots, nettles, chickweed, and burdock root. In Summer we will create using summer flowers and foliage such as linden, red clover, calendula, and mint family medicines such as lavender, tulsi, peppermint, and lemonbalm. In the autumn we will learn about winter wellness foods and such as ginger, and aliums like onion and garlic, root medicines, and create herbal tonics
*Wildherb Botanical School classes are for educational purposes. In no way are they meant to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any diseases.
Wild, derived from Middle Welsh gwyllt, meaning "in the natural state, uncultivated, untamed, uncontrolled."
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