Location: Teaching Kitchen at the North Georgia Food Bank, Clayton, Ga.
Lorna introduces you to just enough of the math basics to guarantee that you'll create potent herbal medicines, and shares lots of tips for working with a variety of herbs. This is a hands-on workshop where you'll roll up your sleeves, make lots of medicines and you'll take home the tinctures you make to stock your apothecary.
We'll also discuss where to buy ethically harvested and organically grown herbs, medicine-making supplies like bottles, presses, and much more. Tuition: $275. A deposit of $50 holds your place. You'll make and take home approximately 6 tincture preparations. All herbs needed are included in your Tuition fee. Use the PayPal button to register.
Note: In addition to the tuition fee, you'll be sent a list of supplies you'll need to bring to class; approximate cost is $35-40.
Directions and a list of things to bring will be sent with your registration confirmation.
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Herb Tincture Extravaganza!!
This is the workshop you need to learn how to make tinctures or alcohol extracts!
You'll learn to make tinctures using a variety of menstruums (such as alcohol, apple cider vinegar and vegetable glycerin) with both fresh and dried herbs. Both maceration (steeping) and percolation (drip method) are covered.