Thursday, May 26, 2011

Upcoming Herbal Class

You asked for it - You got it!
Our first soapmaking class was a hit but there were several who couldn't make it on that date and have asked for another class so here it is. 
The first in a series of herbal classes that can help you on your way toward caring for your family with homemade products and remedies that are free of harmful chemicals and full of herbal healing and goodness.
 
Soapmaking 101 will be held on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 @ 6PM
Would you like to make your own herbal soap? Create an herbal shampoo bar? Learn about "soapnuts" for cleaning nearly everything from your laundry to your hair? Make your own laundry soap powder for pennies/load? Join us for Herbal Soapmaking 101. Class size is limited so please reserve your spot early by sending payment ASAP. (preferrably by June 15th) This allows me to order supplies for everyone in time for class. Class cost is $30 and includes class notes, recipes, product to take home and light refreshments.
Extra product/ingredients available for purchase.


Contact me with questions, for more information or directions.
Child care available for a small fee. Contact me for details.

Stay tuned for more upcoming herbal classes as the season's schedule unfolds!
Herbal Baby Care Basics
Herbal Medicine Chest 101
Herbal Medicine Chest 201
Herbal Tea Party
Fermented Dairy and Vegetables
Herbal Beauty Basics
Herbal Spa Party
Green Cleaning Basics
Potpourri, Smudge and Incense
Wreath making - dried flower or evergreen

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Preparing small batch natural, additive free products for beauty, health and home right here in our kitchen since 1991 from herbs grown organically in our garden, wild crafted in nearby meadows and woodlands or purchased from reputable, like-minded companies. Dried everlasting wreaths, arrangements and potpourri. Herbal salves, tinctures, soaps, teas and more.