For most of human history, herbal teas have been used as medicine and a popular beverage of choice, with the earliest written records found in a Chinese scholar’s book dated around 300 BC. Before being introduced to herbalism, many individuals had a limited definition of what “tea,” black or green, is derived from. Both black and green tea are made from the leaves of an evergreen shrub called Camellia Sinensis. This is your “true tea,” but herbal teas are more than that.

Teas can be blended to help boost immunity, induce restful sleep, strengthen organs, aid digestion, and much more.  

A wonderful way to familiarize yourself with herbs like lemon balm, chamomile, rose, or nettle is to use them in teas. Learning how to prepare herbal teas can seem a bit overwhelming at first, but with an understanding of the properties of the herbs, you can feel confident in blending your herbal teas right at home. 

In this Workshop

In this hands-on workshop, you learn the difference between a cup of herbal tea enjoyed as a beverage and one intended to support your health and wellness. We will also be covering:

  • Creating a beginner’s herbal tea garden
  • 3 herbal tea mixes for digestion, relaxation/sleep, and nourishing blend 
  • The difference between infusion and decoction
  • How to determine the correct proportions and herbal amounts
  • Where to purchase and how to forage for medicinal herbs and plants

In this hands-on workshop, you will have the opportunity to put into practice what you’ve learned by creating your very own tea blend to take home with you.

Book a Hands-on Workshop

Join us in learning how to boost your immune system and keep it healthy during the cold and flu season! 

Space is limited for this hands-on workshop. Reserving your spot now ensures you are on the path to achieving food freedom.

  • February 11, 2023
  • 11 AM-2 PM
  • Workshop Cost- $60.00

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  • Phone: 931-722-2630