- January 15, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us once a month to learn how to make time-tested herbal remedies! Each month, we will focus on a different preparation and demonstrate methods for making medicine in your own kitchen. We will examine different extraction methods, learn best applications for various remedies, and devote time to preparing herbal products. You will go home feeling more confident about your own medicine making skills and be equipped with recipes and resources to make herbal remedies at home for years to come.
Learn about the healing and nutritious benefits of bone broth. In this class we will learn how to make bone broth as well as share in tasting this healing food.
Every third Monday of each month at 7 pm
Tuition: $20 per Medicine Making Monday workshop
Please review this link for our school’s tuition and cancellation policies.
Debbie Krause is a Central Florida herbalist with a passion for plants, healing and medicine-making. She graduated with a degree in Environmental Studies from Rollins College’s Hamilton Holt School in 1994 and has had a passion for nature and a connection to nature ever since. One of her greatest joys is wandering through the woods here in Florida or up in the mountains of North Carolina.
Debbie began her formal herbal training at the Florida School of Holistic Living and completed the Community Herbalist training under Emily Ruff’s skilled guidance. She has continued her training with a variety of esteemed herbalists including Kim Ellis, Margi Flint, Jody Noe, Phyllis Light, 7Song, Thomas Easley, Michael Cottingham, John Gallagher, Rosalee de la Foret, Sam Coffman and Steven Horne.
Debbie believes that learning never ends and is thankful for every opportunity to learn about herbs, wilderness, and healing. She appreciates every teacher who has crossed her path and believes that “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”
While Debbie appreciates every aspect of herbalism, she has a true passion for medicine-making. You can often find her in the kitchen working with fresh roots, creating tinctures and formulas or making her well-known “Deb’s Super Salve” first-aid salve and lip balm. She takes a lighthearted approach and loves the fun, messy nature of herbalism and the cast of characters that has become a core part of her life. She also enjoys teaching others how to take their own health and the health of their families, communities and environment into their own hands.