Animal MedicinesCourse5.0 average rating (8 reviews)
"Since my teens I always knew that the most profound way to understand or classify herbs would be 'by animal'... The animals are personifications of the "forces of Nature," which are active both around and inside of us." - Matthew Wood, Herbalist
Herbal TonicsCourse5.0 average rating (3 reviews)
What is an herbal “tonic?” Turns out it is not that easy to define. Generally an “herbal tonic” is a preparation that is more like a food in composition and acts generally and slowly to build up some tissue or organ, rather than having a sharp...
Herbal DosagesCourse5.0 average rating (4 reviews)
Matthew Wood and Phyllis D. Light discuss the many approaches to dosing known and used in herbal medicine. They will speak from their own background and experience. Phyllis Light has used a wide variety of preparations and dosages from tea to tinct
The Musculoskeletal System, Chronic Pain and Lyme DiseaseCourse4.4 average rating (5 reviews)
[Matthew] "...do you use pain relief herbs or do you simply cure the condition so the pain is relieved?" 'The latter', she said. 'That is my experience. I don't use "pain meds," I use remedies that cure the underlying condition to remove the pain.'"
United Plant SaversCourse4.0 average rating (2 reviews)
3 classes with Matthew Wood. Over 5 hours of content for FREE!
Holiday SpecialsCourse5.0 average rating (1 review)
Enjoy free herbalism classes during the holiday season.