Stress Relief - Calming Herbs and Adaptogens
Jul
18
6:00 pm18:00

Stress Relief - Calming Herbs and Adaptogens

  • Henry Got Crops Farm

Herbal remedies can promote immune function, calm an anxious mind, aid sleep, and promote detoxification and renewal. Our body is hit with stressors in our everyday lives - external environmental stress like pollution, internal stress from our responsibilities and commitments, and noise and light from the city and electronics can set our brains on high alert. In this workshop, we will make tea blends and discuss how adaptogens work on our body’s response to stress, as well as herbs that work together with them to relax and renew. 

This class is hosted by our Apothecary Manager, Stephanie Kane


Herbal First Aid
Jun
13
6:00 pm18:00

Herbal First Aid

  • Henry Got Crops Farm

Natural first aid at your fingertips! In this workshop, we will discuss the medicinal properties of some common plants, and learn recipes to make a variety of herbal first-aid products. You will learn how to treat various first aid situations, from minor cuts to bee stings, with herbs. In the interactive portion of this class we will create an effective bug repellent.

**Bring a zippered pouch or refurbished tin to use for your kit - you’ll leave with it full of useful materials to continue building your toolkit, and it will be the perfect thing to keep in your car to take on road trips, camping, or just for everyday use!

Hosted by our Apothecary Manager, Stephanie Kane

Winter Medicinal Meanderings at Tyler Arboretum
Mar
11
1:00 pm13:00

Winter Medicinal Meanderings at Tyler Arboretum

  • Tyler Arboretum

A three part series, classes held on January 14th, February 11th, and March 11th. 

Join Katelyn Melvin of Tooth of the Lion Farm and Apothecary to investigate winter botany and herbal medicine. Each class is in two parts: part one is a medicinal plant walk highlighting aspects of winter plant identification, as well as herbal medicine connections. Part two focuses on medicinemaking demonstrations indoors including teas, salves, or tinctures. Each demonstration uses at least one of the plants discussed during the walk. You’ll go home with a product sample and the know-how to make your own kitchen medicine.

View the Tyler Arboretum Winter Program here for more information, and register for a class or the whole series on their Calendar of Events.

Winter Medicinal Meanderings at Tyler Arboretum
Feb
11
1:00 pm13:00

Winter Medicinal Meanderings at Tyler Arboretum

  • Tyler Arboretum

A three part series, classes held on January 14th, February 11th, and March 11th. 

Join Katelyn Melvin of Tooth of the Lion Farm and Apothecary to investigate winter botany and herbal medicine. Each class is in two parts: part one is a medicinal plant walk highlighting aspects of winter plant identification, as well as herbal medicine connections. Part two focuses on medicinemaking demonstrations indoors including teas, salves, or tinctures. Each demonstration uses at least one of the plants discussed during the walk. You’ll go home with a product sample and the know-how to make your own kitchen medicine.

View the Tyler Arboretum Winter Program here for more information, and register for a class or the whole series on their Calendar of Events.

Winter Medicinal Meanderings at Tyler Arboretum
Jan
14
1:00 pm13:00

Winter Medicinal Meanderings at Tyler Arboretum

  • Tyler Arboretum

A three part series, classes held on January 14th, February 11th, and March 11th. 

Join Katelyn Melvin of Tooth of the Lion Farm and Apothecary to investigate winter botany and herbal medicine. Each class is in two parts: part one is a medicinal plant walk highlighting aspects of winter plant identification, as well as herbal medicine connections. Part two focuses on medicinemaking demonstrations indoors including teas, salves, or tinctures. Each demonstration uses at least one of the plants discussed during the walk. You’ll go home with a product sample and the know-how to make your own kitchen medicine.

View the Tyler Arboretum Winter Program here for more information, and register for a class or the whole series on their Calendar of Events.