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Later this month we will be hosting an exciting in-person gathering at our storefront apothecary based in Portland, OR. Discover the healing power and practical application of medicinal herbs. Learn how to use plants to treat injuries by crafting poultices and salves with us in a collaborative space. This is a great class for those beginning their path in herbalism.

We will introduce several important local plants that can easily be grown or wild-harvested in the Pacific Northwest. You will leave this evening of medicine making with a first aid kit of your own, and a detailed handout on the properties of the herbs we will work with + recipes to try at home.

Knowledgeable instructors Madrone McCarthy and Tessa McKee will present on their experiences using wild plants to treat injuries such as staunching bleeding from an open wound, speeding up the healing process of flesh related wounds, easing sprains, breaks, sore muscles, treating bug bites, sunburns, and rashes... the list goes on.

Medicinals of focus:

Calendula, Comfrey, Saint John's Wort, Yarrow

Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your herbal knowledge and gain practical skills. Mark your calendar and come join us for an enlightening and empowering workshop!

Calendula Salve

Crafting medicinals at home is empowering, rewarding, and cost-effective. Calendula promotes cell growth in wounds, kills bacteria, viruses and molds. A staple in the herbal first aid kit!


Meet Your Instructors
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Tessa McKee

Tessa McKee has been operating our shop since 2020. She is a practicing folk herbalist, botanical distiller, writer, and end-of-life doula. She has completed several online herbal courses in western herbalism, apprenticed with Washington based herbalist Corinne Boyer for a number of years, and has wild-harvested and crafted her own medicinals since 2015.



Madrone McCarthy began working with plants to heal an autoimmune condition in 2016 and took her first herbal course in 2019. She has since worked with plants through various lenses, including western herbalism and plant spirit medicine. She has learned from folk herbalist Yaya Erin Rivera Merriman and is a student of Corinne Boyer. Madrone has been crafting the medicines at Wildish Botanicals since 2022.

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If you have any questions, or would like help selecting an herbal remedy that is right for you, don't hesitate to call the shop:
971-808-8093, or email us at
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