Infuse Herbal Oils and Salves at Home

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Thu Sep 28 at 07:40 pm EDT
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$15 USD Public
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All budding herbalists love to make their own topical herbal products at home. The easiest and most fun are salves.

Making a salve is a three step process which we will go through over three sessions. First we will learn to make an infused oil. Discuss measuring your ingredients and determining how strong your oil will be. Our second session, two weeks later, we will strain our oils and discuss how we can use the oil itself and how some of the possible herbs can be used differently. Session three will focus on making salves themselves. ...See All
Additional Information
Make this product with us by gathering your ingredients now:
2 cups of Olive Oil
200 grams of one herb (Beginner options include: calendula, plantain, comfrey, yarrow, cayenne, ginger, rosemary)
1 quart glass jar
2-3oz beeswax (60-100g)
Method of grinding herbs-blender or coffee grinder
Muslin cloth
Funnel or mesh strainer and bowl
Glass or ceramic pot that is safe to use on your stove top
Measuring cup
Metal tins or small glass jars to store salve in
Masking tape or sticker labels
Permanent marker
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Class Details
  • Recorded :
    Thu Sep 28 at 07:40 pm EDT
  • Total :
    3 Session(s)
  • Remaining :
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Class Schedule
Session Name
Start Date
Infuse Herbal Oils and Salves Part 1
40 Minute Session
Thu Sep 7 at 07:00 pm EDT
Infuse Herbal Oils and Salves Part 2
40 Minute Session
Thu Sep 21 at 07:00 pm EDT
Infuse Herbal Oils and Salves Part 3
40 Minute Session
Thu Sep 28 at 07:00 pm EDT
About Creator
Jillian is an herbalist, nutritionist, personal trainer and exercise is medicine professional. She received a Master's of Science Degree in Herbal Medicine from the Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2012. That same year she became a certified personal trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine as well. Since then, Jillian has been working towards bringing herbs and movement into the lives of those around her. She focuses on incorporating wellness practices into other's lives through her book: A Beginner's Guide to Wellness and personalized consultations. Working with Jillian is always a personal exploration of how your body interacts with the world and how you can make changes to support long term health and wellness in your life.
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