Practical Medicine-Making autumn 2017

A series of 4 Sundays introducing you to basic plant medicine preparations – learn new skills or deepen existing ones to develop your home herbalism toolkit
You will take home all recipes and preparations that we make

Sundays 29th October, 12th November, 26th November & 3rd December, 2-5pm

Course Outline

Sunday 29th October & 12th November
Internal preparations: background, purposes & uses, safety & dosages
- making tinctures with alcohol, vinegar and glycerine
- making syrups, electuaries, elixirs and oxymels
- using powders, pastes, lozenges
- using aromatic waters

Sunday 26th November & 3rd December
External preparations: background, purposes & uses, safe & effective application
- making infused oils, healing salves/balms, creams
- using compresses & poultices, liniments & rubs, plasters

Optional seasonal gift making session, 2-5pm, Sunday 10th December – £40

14 thoughts on “Practical Medicine-Making autumn 2017

  1. Mia Manners

    Are there any spaces available on your Sunday herbal making courses..My brother Lester and I would love to attend…I studied herbalism at Morley College with Mara Baughn and my brother is an amazing grassroots gardener – recently I showed him Juliette of the Herbs and he was totally impressed and wants to get deeper into the benefits of herbalism.
    For myself I have always used alternative remedies to support my daughter and myself.
    My brother Lester would travel up from Wiltshire to attend.
    Warmly Mia x

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  2. Celine

    Hello,

    Is there still spaces for tomorrow?
    I am living in Brighton, and not sure I can get there on time.

    I have tried to email you at the address above but it didn’t seem to work.

    Many thanks,
    Kind regards,

    Céline

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  3. Sana

    Wonderfull first session .the SYRUP taste very nice and looking forward to use the sage vinger .
    thank you very much

    Reply

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