Herbs for Culinary and Medicinal Uses (Herbalism Series #2)


Many cultures around the world have their own special tastes, ingredients and methods of food preparation. Integral to this are the herbs they use that are specific to their region. These plants were added to meals not just for flavour but for their actions on human health. “Let food be thy medicine,” said Hippocrates long ago, and this is how it has been for hundreds of years. During this workshop we will look at, taste and discuss various herbs and flavourings from different regions of the world and learn how cultures maintained their health or treated illness through a diet that included many plants with specific actions. Herbal snacks will be provided and participants will take home hand outs with recipes.

This workshop belongs to a two-part Herbalism series we are offering with instructor Sarah Orlowski on July 21. Sign up for both workshops at checkout and receive 15% off!

About the Instructor 

Sarah Orlowski is a Master Herbalist, artist, and also has her Permaculture Design Certificate. She has a private clinical practice, where she gives health consultations and treatments. With her husband, she co-runs a permaculture orchard and medicinal herb farm in Grand Forks, BC, where she makes herbal remedies & trains student apprentices. Their organic farm is certified with Kootenay Mountain Grown. An experienced instructor, Sarah believes that growing and living in accordance with Nature is the sustainable way of the future.

Date and Time

Saturday, July 21 | 1 – 4 pm (3 hours)


$39 ($32 student pricing) + GST

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