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Access captioned videos & slideshows, downloadable PDFs, and recipes!

    1. IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ

    2. Health Privilege

    3. Thoughts on Not "Using" Plants

    4. Herbal Safety

    5. Dosage

    1. Video: Meet Rosehips

    2. 30 min Slideshow: Rose

    3. Rose hips profile

    4. Video: How to Make Rose Hip Syrup

    5. Medicine Making: Water Extraction Tools

    6. Rose Hip Recipes

    1. Video: Leave it to Cleavers

    2. 8 min Slideshow: Cleavers

    3. Cleavers Profile

    4. Video: How to make a Cleavers Succus

    5. Cleavers Recipes

    1. Video: Meet Stinging Nettle

    2. Slideshow: Stinging Nettle

    3. Stinging Nettle Profile

    4. Video: How to Make a Nettle Infusion

    5. Stinging Nettle Recipes

    1. Video: Meet Plaintain

    2. 10 min Slideshow: Plantain

    3. Plantain Profile

    4. Video: How to Make a Plantain Poultice

    5. Plantain Recipes

    1. Video: Dandelion identification

    2. 10 min Slideshow: Dandelion

    3. Dandelion Profile

    4. Video: How to Make a Root Decoction

    5. Dandelion Recipes

About this content:

  • $13.00 / month
  • 68 lessons
  • 3.5 hours of video content

Join us any time!

Each plant is only accessible for the month we're in, so don't miss out on any!

Each month you'll learn:

  • How to plant, tend, and harvest one medicinal plant that is in season

  • How to process and store the plant in order to maintain its medicinal value and keep it from spoiling

  • How to best extract the plant for the greatest benefits

  • Safety, medication interactions, and who shouldn't work with the plant

  • How to "dose" the plant for yourself and your family

  • History, folklore, and cultural significance of the plant

What if I can't grow the plants?

Do you still want to know how to harvest, process, store, preserve, and work with these plants? What about their traditional uses, history, and folklore? There's SO much more than gardening tips!

About me,

Jovie Hawthorn Browne

Unlike many herbal teachers you can find, I didn’t grow up on the land. I’d love to say I did, but I grew up poor in the Mojave desert in military housing. I didn’t have elders to teach me the traditions of my ancestors. I had books and professors to teach me how cellular biology and phytochemistry worked as I earned my bachelor's degree in Biology and post grad diploma in herbalism. I didn’t get to know plants through foraging and wildcrafting them. I got to know them through cultivating and tending to them in several gardens for over a decade. I will always continue learning. My path has not been traditional. And that’s okay. Your path doesn't have to look like my path at all (or anyone elses for that matter). I’d just like to share what I’ve learned so far with all of you, in a way that I’m hoping will feel safe, non-judgmental, and balanced.