Learn the identification and therapeutic value of local wild plants that have been traditionally used for emergency first aid. Gain hands-on experience with various methods of using these wild herbal remedies – oils, salves, tinctures, poultice, infusion, and decoction. Handouts on this information will be provided.
Through in-field comparison or photos as needed, differentiate from toxic plants that may be a source of confusion and the ethics of proper gathering practices.
Discuss drying/storing options and the importance of labeling.
Make oil and tincture from the plants gathered.
June 8th 9:30-5:30pm at AnamCara
Cost: Adult/$70 Child/$40
Nancy Lee-Evans, MA, PhD love of foraging, preparation and use of Alaska plants is an outflow of 30 years of work as a healer. She apprenticed with master Alaskan herbalist Janice Schofield in 1996 and began co-teaching plant retreats with Janice in 2002. Nancy now teaches through AnamCara, her program of spiritual development and healing grounded in Celtic tradition located in Homer.