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Basics of Herbal Medicine Making Class

June 11, 2011. 9:30 – 3. $65, plus supplies. Lunch is provided.

In China the peeled, dried bark of mimosa, called "collective happiness bark" in Chinese, is used as an uplifting remedy for an irritable-type of depression accompanied by insomnia, poor memory, grief and anger.

We will cover the basics of herbal medicine making. Harvesting some herbs on-site, while some herbs will be provided, we will make teas, tinctures, decoctions & infused oils, along with eating some wild foods.

 Space is limited, so register early by contacting Holli, and she will send you the list of supplies for you to bring. The class is held at Brick House Studios, just east of Athens, Georgia on Highway 78. Go to lamarwood.com for more photos of the location.

email:  herichey@gmail.com

Preparing for the lunch last August, 2010 at the Brick House Medicinal Walk, Talk, & Feast.

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