Herbal Apothecary and School
Back to basics
Not too long ago, our grandparents and great grandparents were looking to the world around them to heal what ailed them. Today it is easy to walk into a drug store and buy a pill to masks the problem. My passion is to get us back to the days of our ancestors.
We pay special attention to the details of every project to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. Our goal is to enhance the health of our customers with a whole body approach.
Teaching for the Next Generation
There is an old saying “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, TEACH a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” My passion isn’t just to sell you a product. I want you to learn to use the world around you to heal yourself!
Hands on and online workshops
Folk Medicine Making
Safe and Ethical Foraging
Herbs for Stress & Grief
Flower Essences & Hydrosol
“Looking forward to more”
I attended the salve making class on Sunday, Sept 23rd.
Jennifer is a smart, witty, and delightful herbalist. Her salve making class was enjoyable and informative. I am looking forward to attending more classes.
“Fun and informative”
- Ask the Experts Part 1.: Abby Artemisia, The Wander SchoolIn this series we will be talking with experts in the fields of health and wellness, herbal medicine, foraging and more! Learn what it’s like to be part of these professions along with some of their favorite tips and tricks! In this first interview of the series, we are talking with Abby Artemisia of The Wander School. I recently had the amazing opportunity to talk with Abby on her podcast, … Continue reading Ask the Experts Part 1.: Abby Artemisia, The Wander School
- The History of Herbal Medicine and IncenseHistory of Herbal Medicine So you are interested in learning more about folk medicine. What does that mean to you? The definition according to Mirriam Webster is “treatment of disease or injury based on tradition, especially on oral tradition, rather than on modern scientific practice, and often utilizing indigenous plants as remedies.”Folk medicine is what we learned, sometimes unknowingly, from our mothers, grandmothers, aunts and other amazing women in our … Continue reading The History of Herbal Medicine and Incense
- Spring Tonics, Herbs and AdaptogensSPRINGTIME RENEWALa poem by Terri Andersonfrom shamanism.com Shaman sings creation songs Softly calls to other side Chants to earth mysterious words Corn sprouts, grows though mother’s toes Roots grasp hold, white veins alive Feed young plant, green stalk to thrive And now to pass new life along Each generation must learn the songWhen thinking about the history of folk medicine and it’s interconnectedness with the seasons, ones mind goes instantly … Continue reading Spring Tonics, Herbs and Adaptogens