Build your own home apothecary

Herbal Medicine Making is an online course designed to bring the ancient practice of medicine making into your own home kitchen. Join Dr. Low Dog as she simplifies herbal medicine making into a series of videos that share her profound knowledge, love of nature, herbal medicine and importance of ritual with you.

Making herbal medicine at home is the most cost effective way to keep your family healthy, and this course is an easy way to get started. Stock your home with products like tinctures, salves, glycerites and herbal honeys through this educational program that you can access from any of your devices. Every household deserves safe, clean and high quality products made with love and natural ingredients.

Meet the Creator & Instructor, Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Dr. Low Dog is an integrative medical doctor, author, teacher and herbalist who has been making herbal products for more than 35 years! An important part of her passion for wellness is to pass along this ancient wisdom of medicine making, so please join her in carrying on this tradition in your own home. Your family will thank you!

Herbal Medicine Making provides everything you need to create an array of beautiful, clean and cost effective products for your everyday life. Through a series of modules, each containing instructional videos you will learn to create products like salves, balms, tinctures, syrups, herbal vinegars, honeys, oils, and more.

By signing up, you gain access to instructional videos, recipe cards, shopping lists and more to guide you through this exciting learning experience.

Here are some of the many topics we'll explore together in this course:

  • Learn how to easily make products for coughs and colds that are proven to be more effective than over the counter products 
  • Create homemade poultices and compresses that are great for sore muscles, aches, pains and injuries
  • Craft herbal remedies for natural skin care, like balms and salves 
  • Learn how to blend herbal bases to make more complex herbal recipes, like using an herbal oil to make a salve
  • Apply knowledge of each herb’s unique medicinal properties to create herbal tinctures and alcohol free glycerites
  • Create delicious herbal syrups and herbal honeys
  • Turn vinegar into potent medicine to help ward off seasonal illness 

And so much more!

With this course, a few ingredients and a little imagination, you have everything you need to create your own home apothecary that will bring health and wellness to your family!

Learn how easy having your own apothecary can be!


Course Curriculum

A Sneak Preview of Content from This Course

Welcome and Getting Started

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2 videos 3 modules 2 hours

Infusions, Decoctions, Syrups

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10 videos 13 modules 7 hours


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5 videos 8 modules 4.5 hours


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3 videos 5 modules 1.5 hours


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3 videos 4 modules 2.5 hours

Herbal Oils

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12 videos 16 modules 9 hours

Compresses and Poultices

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4 videos 5 modules 2.5 hours

Herbal Powders and Honeys

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5 videos 7 modules 5 hours

Bringing It All Home

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1 video 2 modules 1 hours

Frequently Asked Questions

How many hours will it take me to complete this course?

We estimate that it will take you about 40-50 hours to complete this course.

How long will I have access to this course?

How does lifetime access sound?

Are there payment plans for this course?

We unfortunately do not offer payment plans for the Herbal Medicine Making course.

How is the course content being delivered?

We use an online platform called (you will receive login instructions once you’ve purchased the course), which can be accessed on desktop, tablet, and mobile. The course content is a mixture of videos of Dr. Low Dog, resources, recipe cards, shopping lists and more.

Does this course offer CMEs?

We do not offer CMEs for this course.

Any other questions?