Cold & Flu Lozenges, Pastilles & Electuaries

taught by Suchil Coffman

Interested in this course? Email us at hmu.michele@gmail.com

Suchil Coffman
Suchil Coffman
Instructor

About the Instructor

Suchil is the Director for The Human Path as well as Herbal Medics Academy. She brings a diverse background to the Provider program at the school, with a strong history of preserving and canning foods, a love of wildcrafting and a mission to take the school into more sustainable and off-grid directions whenever possible.

Sore, scratchy throats, swollen lymph nodes, runny noses and the latest round of new cold bugs are the hallmark of each fall season as we slip into a higher mode of stress and exposure to unfamiliar contaminants.

This 2-hour interactive workshop will teach you how to make your own herbal formulas to have on-hand for the  cold and flu season.  We will work with ingredients that translate well into electuaries, herbal pastilles and lozenges — with techniques you can do in the workshop and use right away!

The workshop will cover:

  • herbs that work well as adaptogens
  • creating good preventative care by using food as medicine in the cold season
  • how to make your own immune-boosting electuary using raw honey and warm supportive herbs
  • throat-soothing herbs and making an herbal ‘meltaway’ pastille
  • how to make your own botanical kit for traveling

What We Send You:  We send out a box prior to the workshop with ethically wildcrafted herbs and materials you will need for making several formulas, to include an electuary, and pastille.

Course Contents

1 Video
1 Text
5 PDFs
2.0 hrs