Massage Oils, Lip Salves &
Making your own Tea recipes.


Workshops by Margaret Porter-Daniel
Two workshops will be given, one on
11/9/13 and one on 12/07/13 from 1-4PM EST. There is a two-fold intention to the workshops. One is to transfer basic skills in using plants and plant oils for body care products and medicine. The other is to build community and self-reliance by inviting participants to gather on their own to make large batches of product, share supplies, recipes and fun. The hope is that as we make more of what we use on and in our body, the less dependent we become on corporate products that are neither safe, nor effective. The first workshop we will make a skin care lotion that the whole family can use, and a tincture to help with winter colds. Second workshop we will make a herbal massage oil and salve along with some basic recipes for winter teas that will nip that cold or sinus infection in the bud. Do not participate if you have nut allergies since the products we will make will employ almond oil and are not made in a nut-free environment. If you have other allergies, please check the supply list and participate at your own risk.

The herbal information in this exhibit and shared in the workshops is for educational purposes only. It is not the intention of the artist to advise on health care. Please see a medical professional about any health concerns you may have.
The information shared with regards to the plants and plant medicine has not been evaluated by the FDA. The information in this exhibit is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
This information is intended as an introduction to how herbal plants are used. It is intended for educational purposes only. I am not a medical professional and I cannot prescribe what herbs are right for you so please do not ask me to prescribe treatment or to guess what is wrong with you.
If you use herbs, do so responsibly. Consult your doctor about your health condition and the use of herbs. Just because a herbal remedy is natural does not mean it is safe.


December 07, 2014

1-4 PM



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