How to Choose the Best Herbal Preparation

3 Essential Elements to Making Potent Herbal Medicine, Common Myths Debunked, and the Pros and Cons of 8 Popular Remedies

Free Webinar: January 7–8
Flexible times in your time zone!

Have you ever noticed that a lot of information about herbs focuses on what herbs to use but rarely how best to prepare them? 

Choosing the right herbal remedy is an often overlooked part of herbal medicine. But making the best preparation is a critical part of herbal medicine. 

When you pick the best preparation, this helps you successfully care for your well-being and the health of your loved ones and community.

Join us for a brand-new webinar as we share the pros and cons of 8 common herbal remedies including teas, decoctions, syrups, honey, tinctures, vinegars, powders/capsules, and food as medicine. 

With our tips, you’ll be able to select the right ingredients while also saving time and money. 

If you’ve ever wondered about when it’s best to reach for an herbal tincture over a tea, you don’t want to miss this webinar!  

By the end, you’ll be able to confidently choose the best herbal preparation for you. 

During this webinar, we’ll answer...

  • Are tinctures stronger than teas?

  • How do you make strong herbal medicines at home?

  • When are capsules the best choice?

  • Do alcohol-free tinctures exist?

  • Is it always better to make your own remedies or buy them?

  • How do you find the highest quality herbs?

  • Why the length of time you steep teas really matters.

  • We’ll also give you the Ultimate Guide to Making Teas, including an extensive reference chart so you know how best to make teas with over 100 plants.

  • Rosalee de la Forêt, RH (AHG)

    Rosalee is passionate about helping people explore the world of herbalism and nature connection. She’s the author of the bestselling books Alchemy of Herbs and Wild Remedies.

  • Emily Han

    From nature workshops to handcrafted recipes, Emily's work focuses on intersections of nature, culture, food, and medicine. Emily is the author of Wild Drinks & Cocktails and Wild Remedies.

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