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This class will meet via Zoom, which is an interactive, online meeting software. To participate, you’ll need internet access and a computer. Zoom link and other details will be sent to you prior to the class meeting date.


Every home should have a simple, yet comprehensive first aid kit. With a little knowledge and some preparation, so much that ails us on a day to day basis- body pain, digestive upset, headache, cramps, scrapes, burns, stings- can be easily and simply treated at home using herbal and natural remedies. 

In this course we’ll discuss common injuries and health issues, the types of herbs and supplies you need to safely treat them at home, the types of herbal remedies that are helpful  to include in your herbal first aid kit, and how to make and use those medicines. 

This is a perfect class for parents, caregivers, teachers, activists, first responders, herbalists, gardeners, homesteaders, and anyone with an interest in healthy living and basic emergency preparedness.

Class size is limited to allow for participant questions and interaction.

This class is being led by Natasha Tucker. Natasha is a local herbalist and naturalist who has studied the natural world for many years. She has had the great fortune to learn from several incredible teachers, including Sarah Preston, and Katie Singer, author of The Garden of Fertility. Currently she works for Black and Green Press. She is an avid gardener and was co-owner of an ecological landscaping company for five years. Her passion is sharing her love of the natural world with others. Learn more about Natasha at


August 8th, 2020 10:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
This is an online class
United States
Event Fee(s)
Crafting an Herbal First Aid Kit $ 30.00

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