Making Herbal Salves & Balms Guide
MAKING HERBAL SALVES & BALMS GUIDE
A mini lesson by Karin Kliewer, community herbalist
Expand your herbal journey with Nettle as a wild plant ally!
This 20 page mini lesson comes as an immediate digital download at time of payment.
MINI LESSON WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO MAKE HERBAL SALVES & BALMS
- starting your journey as a home herbalist
- tips for drying and storing herbs
- tools and kitchen supplies list for herbal remedy making
- what are salves and why make them / various uses
- 10 plant profiles of herbs for making salves
- step-by-step recipes for making infused herbal oils (2 ways)
- step-by-step recipes for making herbal salves
- beautiful full colour photos
- recommended book list and resources for further learning
- 10 PLANT PROFILES OF MEDICINAL HERBS FOR SALVE MAKING (arnica, calendula, comfrey, lavender, marshmallow, nettle, plantain, red clover, st. johns wort, yarrow)
- 7 ORIGINAL RECIPES TO MAKE AT HOME (including 2 infused oils, Dream Balm, Fast Healing Salve, Gardener's Hand Balm, Dandelion Lotion Bars, Red Clover Lipbalm)
- PRINTABLE LESSON PAGES to create your herbal healing binder at home!
Great mini lesson to work on with homeschoolers or as a fun personal home-learning project to expand your herbal knowledge.
You digital download is available for 24 hours after the time of purchase. Please make sure to download your file and save it to your computer.
About the instructor:
Karin Kliewer is a community herbalist, having worked with medicinal herbs on a first-hand basis for 20 years. She has finished herbal certifications with Sage Mountain, Dominion Herbal College, and Chestnut Herb School. She enjoys wild-harvesting many favourite medicinals in nearby farmsites, meadows and woodlands. Karin has taught many hands-on herbal workshops at Little City Farm, and most enjoys when her teaching can empower people to build a personal relationship with healing plants and bring them into practical everyday use.
The information provided here is for educational purposes only and should not be seen as a substitute for professional medical advice. The information provided is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always seek the guidance of your qualified health care professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition. If you are pregnant or nursing it is always wise to consult with your health care provider before using any herbs.