We’ll cover common kitchen herbs and spices and their safe uses for first aid. You will never see your jars of herbs the same way you did before this informative class with our fun and knowledgeable instructor Maryann.
Here are some of the secret ingredients you will learn about, for your herbal first aid success: ginger, cayenne, cloves, garlic, onion syrup, lemon, thyme, lavender oil, chamomile, peppermint, fennel, aloe vera.
This class is perfect for beginner herbal students and cooking enthusiasts.
Teacher: Maryann Abbs
Just in time for spring! Learn to grow and use a bounty of plants to safely help with headaches, anxiety, digestion, hot flashes, colds and flus.
This class will cover growing and harvesting tips, as well as medicinal uses for an array of easy-to-grow medicinals.
Feel empowered with your new found herbal cultivation skills.
Some of the plant allies we will either introduce you to or deepen your relationship with (depending on your familiarity with them) are:
lemon balm, yarrow, catnip, chamomile, lavender, peppermint, feverfew, sage, thyme, garlic.
You will be able to pick the brain of Maryann Abbs, a skilled herbalist and gardener.
This class is suitable for beginner herbal students and all gardeners.
Teacher: Maryann Abbs
Drawing from first hand experiences, working as herbalists at a mobile wound care clinic in West Oakland, CA, we will be discussing safe strategies for managing:
We will also look at topical applications of powerful herbal remedies, harm reduction, and bandaging techniques.
Wound care can be straight-forward or complex, depending on a number of factors including size of wound, severity, and the presence or risk of microbial infection.
In this class we will outline herbal actions that are supportive for healing, look at various types of wounds, and discuss specific plants and their ideal preparations.
We will be sharing some real-life stories from Curbside Care Clinic, a mobile street-side pop up clinic, which serves vulnerable communities in West Oakland, CA.
Maryann is a wild harvester, herb grower, and clinical herbalist. She holds a BSc in Biological Sciences as well as a diploma in Clinical Herbal Therapy (Dominion Herbal College). She has also studied herbs with Michael Moore and Netta Zeberoff.
She is one of the main teachers of Wild Seed School’s longer programs and is excited about bringing herbal teaching to zoom.
Stascha is a community centered clinical herbalist, medicine maker, apothecarist, and educator practicing in Chochenyo Ohlone Territory so-called Oakland, California.
Stascha has been studying herbal medicine since 2006 and seeing clients in free or sliding scale clinics for the last 11 years. She prioritizes harm reduction and focuses on complex chronic conditions.