Gentle herbal remedies for common conditions are often found as close as the spice cabinet, the home garden, or even the lawn! Kitchen medicine connects us with herbal traditions that span human history, and helps restore deeper relationships with the plants that surround us. In this hands-on workshop we’ll explore simple herbal preparations to craft at home, healing plants to introduce into your garden and landscape, and all-natural, herbal products to swap in for your old medicine cabinet standbyes. Participants are invited to craft a homemade herbal tea, salve, and tincture to bring home. Join herbalist, Lindsay Napolitano for an inspiring introduction to plant medicine making. The path to healing runs through the garden!
- Registration is required, No walk-ins please.
- Cost: $50.00
- This course runs 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Please dress weather appropriate & bring a water bottle.
- Please arrive 10 minutes early to check in.
- Class includes an herbal tea, salve, and tincture.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER...
Lindsay Napolitano is an herbalist, writer, and educator living and working within the fields and forests of the Delaware River Watershed. She is the co-founder of Fields Without Fences, under the auspices of which she cultivates and tends wild gardens and woodlands while growing and crafting plant medicine for her extended community. Combining a love of story, myth, metaphysics, and ecology, Lindsay weaves an inspired narrative throughout her teachings on the subjects of herbalism, permaculture, and agroecology. She is a practicing clinical herbalist and a writes professionally on subjects including herbalism, permaculture, and environmental renewal. Her work emerges out of a deep curiosity and reverence for the healing power of plants to positively transform our internal and external ecologies. You can usually find her outside, aiding and abetting the plants in their ceaseless quest for world domination.