The Art of Herbal Medicine Making (Herbal Medicine Series #2)

Description

Ready to take your interest in herbal medicine to the next level and learn how to make your own remedies? Dive into the art of herbal medicine making and learn how to prepare herbal teas, herbal vinegars, a medicinal salve and infused oil in this informative, hands-on workshop. An instruction booklet will be provided. Learn the medicinal applications of herbs used in class for first aid. Participants will:
  • Learn how to prepare and sample a herbal tea infusion and understand the difference between an infusion and decoction
  • Learn how to prepare an infused oil and the various applications for an oil
  • Observe the preparation of a herbal salve and take home a small container of medicinal salve
  • Prepare and take home 250 ml of medicinal and culinary herbal vinegar
Participants should bring one clean, wide-mouthed glass container (approx 250-300 mL) with tightly fitting lid, a pen, and a mug for sampling tea. Copies of instructor Katolen Yardley’s book, “Good Living Guide to Natural and Herbal Remedies”, will also be available for purchase for $25. 

This workshop belongs to a four-part Herbal Medicine Series we are offering with instructor Katolen Yardley. Register for all four workshops at checkout and receive 15% off! 

About the Instructor

Katolen Yardley, MNIMH, RH (AHG) is a medical herbalist and nature knower with over 20 years of clinical and herbal medicine making experience in private practice in Vancouver, BC. She enjoys providing people with tools for optimal health through inspiration and education. She is the author of the “Good Living Guide to Natural and Herbal Remedies” (August 2016) and current president of the Canadian Herbalist’s Association of British Columbia. She is a clinic supervisor at Dominion Herbal College and adjunct faculty at Boucher Naturopathic College and offers seminars to the general public. Visit www.katolenyardley.com for more information.

Location

UBC Farm | 3461 Ross Drive

Date and Time

Saturday, September 22 | 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (3 hours)

Cost

$69 ($59 for registered students – valid student ID is required) + GST

Click here to register for this workshop.