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Herbal Ceremonial Smoking Blends
 

There are many reasons why folks might be interested in incorporating herbal smoke blends into their lives, whether that be for ritual, breaking nicotine habits, or for medicinal use. 

 

This workshop will explore the history and rich tradition of burning herbs, as well as the medicinal value attributed to them. We’ll be covering a number of safe herbs for use in smoking blends. You will also learn how to blend them yourself! 

  • Join us at The Elderberry Cabin in Sykesville, MD
  • April 20th at 4:30pm

Herbal Teas for Digestion

Are you one of the many folks who live with some type of digestive issue? Well, whether you’ve got tummy trouble or not, you’re not going to want to miss this opportunity to learn about and taste herbs known for their digestive powers. You’ll get to taste each herb and will have the opportunity to blend your own formula. Bring your notebook and your mug!
  • At Tonic Herb Shop in Shepherdstown, WV
  • May 4th from 2-4
     
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 Intro to  Herbalism

Interested in learning about herbs, but not sure where to start? Join us on the green path as we dive into the magical world of plant medicine. Together we'll explore the background of herbalism, medicine making, and an herbalist's top 15 easy herbs everyone should know and use in their herbal medicine cabinet. This 90 minute, jam-packed workshop will have you jump started on your own herbal path. Don't forget to bring your notebook!
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Upcoming Plant Walks

Join me at the Barefoot Medicine Farm™ for monthly plant and foraging walks!

We will be hosting 2 herb walks a month starting in May.

Together we'll explore the 10 acre Barefoot Medicine Farm™ which is listed as a botanical sanctuary through United Plant Savers. We have both old growth conservation forest, wetlands, and meadows which are home to a diverse amount of plants, many of which are native at-risk or endangered medicinals. 

You'll learn how to ID plants, which are food, which are medicine (some are both!), and how to prepare them. You will also have the chance to taste some of the foraged teas straight off the farm! 

Each class will focus on a particular theme, so mark your calendars and get ready for some foraging fun! 

*Specific times and tickets coming soon!

  • June 1st & 30th

  • July 13th & 28th

  • August 3rd & 25th

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