To help prepare you for the Intermediate Herbal Course, we would like to suggest a few books and materials that may come in handy throughout your studies. We always recommend studying herbs using three different resources.
Some supplies you may need to practice your unit projects include:
8 oz. mason jars, cheese cloth, strainer, large bowls, funnel, small 1 or 2 oz. bottles, raw wildflower honey, apple cider vinegar, high proof brandy or vodka, natural waxed paper
For herbs, we recommend these websites for ordering:
For herbal products (tinctures)
There are hundreds of recipes in the Intermediate Herbal Course, so you can imagine the many herbs we’ll be discussing throughout the 10 units. You will be asked to practice and share your experience working on one of the recipes for each unit; the options are vast. So, to get you started, we recommend stocking up on some of these herbs, which are included in the recipes and also make wonderful teas.
|Raspberry leaf||Dandelion||St. John’s wort|
Some other suggestions for placing an order include the following herbs. Pick a few that you may be interested in trying! They will not go to waste!
|Angelica root||Bee balm||Burdock root||Calendula|
|Cardamom pods||Cayenne||Cinnamon||Elder berry|
|Fennel seeds||Gentian root||Hawthorn berries||Hyssop|
|Lavender||Linden flower||Marshmallow root||Meadowsweet|
|Passionflower||Plantain leaf||Reishi||Rose petal|
|Rosemary||Sage||Thyme||Tulsi (Holy basil)|
|Yellow dock root|
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