Home Apothecary 102: Tinctures & Oils: LIVE


Home Apothecary 102: Botanical Extracts

LIVE Class: Saturday, June 20, 2 - 3pm (CNT), Unlimited replays and access after the event

In this demonstration styled class Kristin M Roach will show how to make more foundational botancial extrations with alcohol (Tincture) and infused oil. This is a great class to take if you would like to try these preparations, but are feeling a bit intimidated by it. This class builds towards Home Apothecary 202 where we will be making a plantain oil & beeswax salve. Already have all the supplies? Sign up for just the class. Materials list below.

KIT LOCAL DEADLINE: Friday, June 19, 1pm

Home Apothecary 102 Kit
  • Plantain leaf x 1oz
  • Heart Tonic x 1oz
  • 2 x 4oz brown bottles
  • Printed recipe cards for tincture & oils
  • Printed plant profiles of herbs included in the kit.
  • Digital Certificate of Completion at the end of the class
  • Recommended Reading list for the budding herbalist

You will need to source the following (not included in kit): 2 x 1 pint mason jars, 1/2 cup 90-100 proof vodka, 1/2 cup olive oil, heat safe measuring cup, heat safe spoons for stirring, sauce pan, culinary strainer or cheese cloth, liquid thermometer, kitchen scale (optional), measuring cups.

Recommended Books: The Herbal Medicine Maker by James Green OR Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health by Rosemary Gladstar

KIT ORDER DEADLINE: June 15, 8AM (CNT), 2020. Kits will still be available and we will ship them as quickly as possible, but they may not arrive in time for the live class.
DISCLOSURE, READ BEFORE SIGNING UP: Due to the public nature of the class, participants are asked to refrain from asking questions related to private health concerns of themselves or others. Any advise or information presented during this class is not intended to diagnoise, treat, or cure any disease. Please respect that while I am happy to share and teach what I know about traditional herbalism, I am not a medical practioner and have limited experience and training in herbalism.