The Healing Power of Icelandic Herbs
Is Iceland on your bucket list? Do you love herbs? Then this is the course for you! You learn how to use, harvest and prepare Icelandic medicinal herbs. 26 recipes included! These herbs also grow in abundance in North America and Europe.
TWO Good Reasons Why You Should Buy This Course!
Listen to Anna Rósa, a herbalist in Iceland, give you two excellent reasons why you should buy this course. The second one might surprise you!
Support Women in Refugee Camps
Anna Rósa runs a herbal project in the Kurdistan region in Iraq and uses profit from this course to fund that project. She teaches women in camps for refugees and internally displaced people about herbs and how to make herbal products. The end goal is for the women in the camps to set up herbal businesses so they can provide for their families.
What you'll learn
- 14 Icelandic medicinal herbs
- Action, uses and research
- History, folklore and dosage
- How to harvest, dry and store the herbs
- How to make tea, decoctions, tinctures, compresses, washes and baths
- 26 recipes are included
How does it work?
- The course starts when you register
- You get access to all the material immediately
- You learn at your own speed
- You learn when it suits you
- You have access to the online course for 12 months
About this course
- 65 in-depth videos
- Special in-the-nature videos on how to harvest each plant
- 4.5 hours of video content
- 26 recipes – printable PDF
- Scientific research – printable PDF
65 In-Depth Videos
There are three videos for each herb with in-depth information about how to work with it, which health problem it is good for and how to prepare it. There are special in-field videos where Anna Rósa shows you how to harvest each plant. She’ll give you all her tips after more than 30 years of wildcrafting in the pure wilderness of Iceland.
Want to Take a Look?
Below you can watch two samples from the course. You can watch part two about Lady’s Mantle but each herb is in three parts. The first part is about the habitat, parts used and harvesting. The second part is about the history, action, uses and research. The third part is about folklore, dosage and recipes. You can also watch a video on how to harvest Lady’s Mantle but there are harvesting videos like that for each herb.
Learn about the 14 most important Icelandic herbs!
Immediate access to 65 in-depth videos, 26 recipes and Anna Rósa’s harvesting tips!
What Herbs are Covered?
Angelica, Arctic Thyme, Bilberries, Crowberries, Dandelion, Downy Birch, Horsetail, Iceland Moss, Lady’s Mantle, Meadowsweet, Nettle, Rhodiola, Willow and Yarrow.
Anna Rósa Has Over 30 Years of Experience
Anna Rósa studied medical herbalism in England for 4 years. She has run her private practise and taught about Icelandic herbs for over 30 years. Anna Rósa has also written a popular book about the healing power of Icelandic herbs. She formulates and makes by hand over 100 herbal products and handpicks all the herbs in the pure wilderness of Iceland.
They Recommend it!
If you have questions regarding the course then email us at email@example.com. Anna Rósa does not usually answers emails herself but her son who works with her will respond. There are no online meetings or Q&A with Anna Rósa included in this course. If you want more information on the herbs in this course or on other Icelandic medicinal herbs then we recommened Anna Rósa’s book. Her book Icelandic Herbs and their Medicinal Uses is available from Amazon.
This course does not include online meetings or Q&A with Anna Rósa. She’s also not available for consultations anymore, neither online or in-person. However if you’re visiting Iceland you can visit our shop (and production studio) at Langholtsvegur 109 in Reykjavik. Mostly Anna Rósa’s son takes care of the shop but she is sometimes there. If you’re visiting from abroad and want to visit the shop, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org beforehand so we can tell you if Anna Rósa will be there. The shop is only open on Thursdays and Fridays from 12-16pm.
Yes, most of them are very common. If you live in Iceland then it’s really easy to find all of them in the wilderness except one. All the herbs in this course except Iceland Moss grow in abundance in North America and Europe.
This course is for anyone who’s interested in Icelandic medicinal herbs and wants to use herbs to improve their health. The herbs in this course also grow in North America and Europe. You don’t need to know anything about medicinal herbs before you join this course.
You have 12 months access to this course.
No you can not. When you register for this course you have immediate access to all the course material and therefore we don’t refund. However if you think the course does not deliver what it says in the course description then we urge you to write to us and explain why you think you should get a refund. Please write to us at: email@example.com.