Students learn the basics of herbal medicine and build relationships with a wide range of medicinal plants, learning botanical descriptions, history and medicinal uses, as well as nutritional value and culinary applications. Students also learn how to harvest fresh herbs, formulate medicinal teas, tinctures and oils, and how to apply these medicinally and in cooking. The course includes lectures as well as live cooking and product making demonstrations.
* Please note this course is not recommended for Diploma of Phytotherapy students or Community Herbalist Certificate program graduates due to crossover in course content.
Prerequisites: – – Credits: 3 Hours: 45