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Herbal Tincture Making with TCM Herbs

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Herbal tinctures (alcohol extracts) are a convenient and efficient way to prepare, formulate, and administer botanical medicines. Tincture making is both an art and a science, with a wide variety of techniques involved in the process. Come join us as we explore many of these methods while using a number of different TCM plants and fungi. Topics to be covered include: fresh plant tincturing, dry plant maceration, dry plant percolation, fluid extracts, glycerites, liniments, acetums, and hydro-alcohol double extractions. This is an interactive hands-on class so be prepared to get your hands dirty while having a lot of fun! Each student will leave with medicines that s/he helped prepare during class.

Saturday, August 16, 2014 10:00 am
Saturday, August 16, 2014 6:00 pm
American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
455 Arkansas St., Room C, San Francisco, CA
$65 (includes materials fees)
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