In this course, you’ll learn how to work with Nettles to strengthen kidney function, head off seasonal allergies, and boost your nutrition with this high-mineral super food!
You’ll also learn how to identify Nettles in the wild and three different ways to prepare a nourishing infusion.
Did you know that Nettle even has anti-microbial action?
You will once you complete this course! We've known for eons that Nettles can help keep you healthy in all kinds of ways, but recently scientists are studying Nettle for its antimicrobial effects - and we've included that too!
In video demonstrations, you’ll learn all about Nettles - the old and the new!
- Welcome to All About Nettles!
- How to use this platform
- How to use the Discussions feature
- Nettle - Urtica dioica
- Nettle [audio]
- Quick Guide: Stinging Nettle Materia Medica
- Nettle: Herb of the Week
- Nettle is Anti-microbial?!
- Study about Nettle's antimicrobial properties
- Nettles and Seasonal Allergies
- Nettle quiz
- How to drink Nettles
- Quick Guide: instructions for making infusions
- Long Infusions
- Mr Long Infusion
- Press Pot
- Nettle and Friends tea blend
- My favorite Nettle blends
- Cooking with Nettle
- A Nettle herb walk
- Guidelines for Wildcrafting and Harvesting
- Some of my favorite resources for making Nettle cordage
- Want to harvest more?
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Weekly live Q&A sessions with Katja and Ryn- to ask your questions directly, live and in person! (They're even archived, in case you miss one!)
Ask questions anytime - we're always just a click away: you can ask any questions in the integrated discussion forum, and we're committed to personally answering your questions, usually within 24 hours
Printable PDF materials - if you like to follow the videos along on paper, or keep them handy for a quick reference
Downloadable MP3 files - so you can review the content while you commute, workout, garden, ... anytime!
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Katja & Ryn
Katja & Ryn almost always teach together. They each have particular talents and areas of interest, and their perspectives on certain issues are quite different! Together, they convey a fuller picture of the realities of herbal theory & practice than either one could do alone.
Katja is an herbalist and teacher working to help people rebuild their relationships with their bodies and their own ability to heal. She’s been in practice for nearly 20 years, but it all began with a desire to make her own “fancy tea” at home instead of paying high prices for imported blends at specialty stores. She’s kept that do-it-yourself ethic close to her heart.
Ryn has been a practicing herbalist since 2010. He came to herbalism by way of martial arts, where his first experiences with herbs were focused on getting back into the game and becoming more flexible, adaptable, and resilient. Passing that experience on to others is what keeps him motivated every day.
Together, Katja and Ryn teach everyone from children to elders, as well as pharmacy students from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Northeastern University School of Pharmacy, where they both serve as associate faculty. Ryn and Katja are also members of the review board of the Medical Herbalism journal, and the creators of the weekly Holistic Herbalism Podcast.