Medicine Making Intermediate I is the third of seven intensive workshops in the Goldenrod Herbal Studies series, taught by Clinical Herbalist Kelly McCarthy of Attic Apothecary.
The Intermediate I workshop is divided into two days: December 10-11, 9am-3pm. Together with Intermediate II (February 4-5), the Medicine Making course will teach you all about:
Please read the following details for information on pricing, payment plans, and other workshops in the Goldenrod Herbal Studies series.
This course includes 4 sessions, running from 9 am-3 pm on:
Your registration includes all 4 sessions.
$240 for Medicine Making Intermediate I and II
$400 for the entire Medicine Making course (Foundations I and II
$600 for all 7 workshops in the series (save $240)
If you sign up for more than one weekend, use the code MINUS50 for $50 off the second weekend.
Scholarships: There will be two half-price scholarships available for each workshop module for students with financial need, prioritizing BIPOC, trans, and disabled students.
Payment plans are open to everyone. The registration system does not allow payment plans to be used with coupon codes.
If you’d like to use a coupon code AND you’d like to use a payment plan, register by just putting down the first deposit, and send an email to .The instructor will honor coupon code discount and send invoices to be paid monthly.
All herbs, beeswax, and salve containers are provided. You will need to supply alcohol, oil, cheesecloth, and a few glass jars (the complete materials list will be sent once you register). These materials will cost approximately $50-$75.
Medicine Making Foundations
Medicine Making Intermediate II: February 4-5 (to be taken with Intermediate I)
Body Systems + Materia Medica
Nervous System Herbs: October 1-2
Immune System Herbs: December 3-4
Digestive System Herbs: January 28-29
$600 for all 7 weekends (save $240)
The Goldenrod Herbal Studies series is taught by Clinical Herbalist Kelly McCarthy of the Attic Apothecary and offers in-depth herbal studies in bite-sized modules.
10% of all income generated from the school will be going to the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Land Honorarium. Read more here.
Plan to wear masks while indoors, and adjust COVID considerations if things change considerably. The medicine-making classes are designed for in-person learning, and won’t be moved online.
Full refunds are available up to 10 days before the start of the class.
50% refunds are available up to 2 days before the start of the class
No refunds are available the day before or day of the class.
$50 of the registration deposit is non-refundable