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Everyday Plant


and get excited about learning how to make your own herbal medicines

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Everyday Plant Alchemy takes your basic or beginner knowledge of just a few herbs and guides you through how to turn those plants into medicines that you and your family can actually use -
Every. Day.
I've been working with clients and running workshops for 13 years now.  
And every time I chat to people about herbs that they could easily grow or access in the wild, I always get the same question:
But what do I DO with these plants?  
Everyday Plant Alchemy is the answer to that!

By the end of this course,

you will have:

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  • Learned about 10 different herbs that can be turned into teas, oils, and ointments 
    - Get to know 10 common plants that can be easily grown, found, or bought (almost no matter where you live)
    - Select 3-5 plants that are *calling your name* to start working with on this course


  • Learned all about herbal medicine-making ground rules
    Growing vs wildcrafting vs buying herbs - rules and pitfalls
    Sustainability and how to avoid using endangered plant medicines
    Labelling how tos
    Info on the plants that we will be using for these classes - including what plants are good for teas vs oils vs ointments

  • Created your own Herbal Tea blend
    - How to dry and store your herbs properly (so you don't get mold!)
    - Where to get dried herbs if you aren't growing/foraging your own
    - "Organoleptics" - using your senses to help you identify herbs and to assess their quality
    - Making herbal tea blends from recipes
    - Making a herbal tea blend for a specific person or issue

  • Made your own Herbal Infused Oil
    - Learn how to choose the right plants for infused oils
    - Making infused oils correctly (so you don't get mold!)
    - How to use an infused oil

  • Made your own Herbal Infused Ointment
    - How to make an ointment (Never buy lipbalm again!)
    - Using your infused oil in an ointment
    - Essential oils for fun/therapeutic use

    Bonus Content:


  • Plant Alchemy Equipment and Recipes pdf
    So you know exactly what you need to get started making medicines in your own home!
    Also contains a full step-by-step recipe for each week so that you can follow along


  • Medicine Making Journal
    Start your own medicine-making journey with this template designed to help you keep track of the plants as you learn about them, as well as the recipes that you make.

  • Source Guide pdf
    Can't go out and grow or forage plant medicines right now?
    Is it winter where you are? (me too!)
    This guide gives you a list of reputable places/companies to buy dried herbs from (Canada/US/UK/NZ - other countries available on demand!) as well as ideas of where to buy bottles, jars, bags etc

I want you to come out of this course feeling totally confident about turning dried plants into beautiful medicines that you can use in your daily life.


When we open, you will be the first to know!

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What other folks have said about

Everyday Plant Alchemy

Hi love x LOVING listening to you and am so inspired!  I have many of those herbs in my garden - YES!  So I can totally do the first part with herbs from the garden which is wonderful and I have just put seeds down for coriander and other herbs. 


When I reached out to you, your course is exactly what I was looking for - even if I didn't know it at the time.  so THANK YOU!

  • Sarah - Everyday Plant Alchemy 2020 alumni

I wanted to learn how to properly dry my plants, and how to make the oils and creams. this class definitely delivered on that, everything was explained so that it was easy to follow. And some things got clarified for me, I was doing the drying stuff differently and it wasn't working very well for me. so this course helped lots.

There was also tons of helpful information on where to get the herbs and how to use them and for what. It was an amazing course and i cant wait for the next one!

  • Krystal - Everyday Plant Alchemy 2020 alumni

This was a fun and encouraging course. It wasn't overwhelming and made me realize how easy it is to make my own teas, oils and salves from ingredients out of my own garden. The fact that i get life time access to the course information is such an added bonus!

  • Melissa - Everyday Plant Alchemy 2020 alumni

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Hey, I'm Emily!

And I'm stoked to get to teach you about plant medicine. 

I'm a Medical Herbalist and Nutritionist with 13 years of experience. 

I run a clinical practice where I see lovely humans one-on-one, do research and writing work for a herbal medicine company, run workshops (face to face in non-Covid times), and am mama to a squirrely toddler named Ivy, who is #namedafteraplant.

If you have any questions for me about this class (or anything, really), please sing out! I'd love to hear from you.

In the meantime, if you want more awesome plant medicine content, then sign up for my newsletter and get a sweet freebie :)

Emily Boese (BNatMed, RHT) is a qualified Nutritionist and Medical Herbalist  with over a decade of experience, and currently lives in her hometown of Regina, SK, Canada.  She runs natural medicine workshops and seminars, does freelance writing for natural health companies, and runs a clinical practice with a focus on immune and digestive issues. She is also a new mama to a lovely little human named Ivy Simone.

Emily was the Research & Development Manager for a traditional plant medicine company in New Zealand, and has worked in many areas of the field of natural medicine, including formulating and producing plant medicines; educating retailers, pharmacists, and the public; customer service; technical support; copywriting; clinical practice; and the hard graft and humbling experience of working in a herb garden and hand-harvesting herbs for commercial use. She also worked as the in-store nutritionist at Choices Markets in Kelowna where she supported community programs such as Chefs in the Classroom and the Start Fresh Project. 

She regularly speaks and writes on plant medicine and whole foods nutrition.

Emily has been featured on Empire Radio Now, Kelowna Now’s In Focus, Healthpost (New Zealand), Best Health Magazine, Aromaculture Magazine, and CBC Radio. 

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