Date(s) - 01/04/2021 - 03/28/2021
This course covers the rich subject of Kitchen Medicine, demystifying herbalism and bringing it back into the home. Perfect for novice herbalists and experienced herbalists to jump in to the world of new techniques and recipes. We’ll explore the amazing medicinal uses of the culinary herbs and ways to capture their properties for medicine, both in herbal preparations and in our food. Among the most ancient of plants included in humans’ diets, these plants are still much-loved and utilized in modern herbalism today.
This very comprehensive course has the below benefits and downloads. Jade is one of our favorite herb teachers and well worth the investment.
Containing 15+ hours of audio and video lessons
Deep Exploration of Kitchen Medicine
Culinary Herbs, Adaptogens, Herbal Soups and Broths, Seaweed Medicine, Remineralizing, Nutritive Tonics, Medicinal Mushrooms, and more
Lifetime access to the course. Modules release weekly but you never lose course access should you choose to complete at your own paceLive Q & A Sessions
3 LIVE webinars for Q & A (replays will be available)
Private Facebook Group
For questions and group discussions
Over 250 pages of PDF Handouts and Recipes
PDFs included with each module containing photos and monographs/materia medica of herbs discussed, further reading material and resources, and 80+ recipes
Closed-captioned videos and written transcripts for audio lectures included in course material
Plus Extra Bonus Material
Mini-Course: Harvesting & Drying Herbs for the Home Apothecary
For the Love of Nettles ebook (50+ pages)
Herbal Fermentation Guide
The nexus of herbalism and kitchen medicine provides fertile ground for healing. I’m so passionate about this union and am grateful to have the opportunity to distill my knowledge about this subject into this online course. The information provided here-in will give beginner herbalists a beautiful entry point into herbalism and inspire seasoned herbalists with renewed respect for the healing power of kitchen herbs. May you all be well and hoping to see you all in the “virtual” classroom!