Are you interested?
If you've been following my blog over the past several weeks, you know that I've been talking about creating your own Herbal Medicine Chest. The series will end in a few weeks and I'd like to begin offering hands on classes to help you put that knowledge into practice. Depending on your interests, this could be a two session class.
I'll also be offering classes on:
Personal spa products
Green cleaning products
Fermented dairy and vegetables
Herbal beauty basics
Consider this a survey...Which classes pique your interest? Contact me privately by email or fb messages to let me know what you're interested in learning or for more details. Classes will involve a small fee to cover costs, etc. Each class will include at least 3 recipes, sample product to take with you to get you started, and some will offer more. What time works best for you? Evenings? Saturdays? Let me know so I can begin planning. I'd like to start in March if there are enough folks interested.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Much herbal love,
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