We are working on converting articles into series of PDF files for readers to download and use. This article will be a part of a series on tools, organization tips, supplies, and managing your home apothecary space.
These PDF files will be free to download here on the blog for 30 days before they head on over into our members only educational resources on the website. We have over 900 resources available for members on the member only page, and more to come as we work on webinars, eGuides, clinics tools, educational resources, and more!
Click the link below to download the Herbal Apothecary (15 pages, 3.7MB)
We are excited to share a series of monographs on the HWB blog. Each monograph is one double-sided page that can be saved or printed as a PDF. They were designed to be a quick reference, so not every action, dosing strategy, etc. could be covered. The back-side of each monograph lists references that were used and includes sources from respected herbal texts and websites, as well as peer-reviewed journal articles. These references would be an excellent starting point if you’d like to dig deeper. Now, on to the monograph!
More Printable Resources for Herbalists
These monograph references were designed by HWB’s Handouts Coordinator, Janelle Farkas. Janelle is also Chapter Coordinator for HWB NEPA. Becoming a member of Herbalists Without Borders is a great way to connect with or start an Herbalists Without Borders chapter of your own!
Our chapter members support health justice and community resiliency with herbalism through a variety of unique projects and activities. HWB members also receive access to over 900 printables and eGuides on a wide range of herbalism and community wellness topics. Learn more about member benefits and join today! We look forward to growing together.
About the Author
Hi, all! Starting with the fun stuff in introductions is, well, more fun! You'll find me outdoors whenever possible - biking, hiking, camping, music festivals…the list goes on. I also enjoy yoga, cooking, cuddling my cats, and learning. Managing the number of herbal courses and webinars I take at one time is an exercise in discipline! My road to herbs started, as it does for many people, during a time of personal struggle. I tried to address it at a physical level through yoga, which led me to acupuncture, and then herbs. Somewhere along the way I found the courage to face the fact that the root cause was emotional; though yoga/acupuncture/herbs could help, I would have to do the work to move forward. I came away from the experience stronger, happier, and with a deep appreciation for plants. The rest is history.
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