March 2019 Webinar: Making Herbal Medicine

By Jen Munson, HSA Education Chair

webinar March 2019Herbs have played an important role in medical history and continue to play an important part in medical research. Through the years different techniques have been used to transfer healing properties to vinegar, glycerin, tea, alcohol, etc. These infusions can then be combined with other ingredients to make salves, poultices, rinses, and more.

Learn about these at 1 p.m. (eastern), March 20, during The Herb Society of America’s first spring webinar. In Making Herbal Medicine guest presenter Susanna Reppert-Brill will share the basics of herbal medicine. External and internal applications will be explored.

HSA webinars are free to members and just $5 for non-members. Register here. Contemplating membership? As a bonus, HSA will credit the $5 webinar fee to the cost of membership if you join by April 4th.

About Susanna Reppert-Brill

Susanna grew up around her mother’s shop, the Rosemary House. After graduating from Penn State University she became the store’s manager. In response to the increasing number of questions on the medicinal use of herbs she completed a course at David Winston’s Herbal Therapeutics School of Botanical Medicine. With four decades in the herbal business, Susanna’s love of herbs and their many uses shines through. Susanna is the one most likely to answer your “quick question” on the phone or in the store but is also available for full personal consultation. She continues to develop her herbal knowledge of all the amazing and practical uses of plants.

About The Rosemary House

The Rosemary House is located in Mechanicsburg, PA. It is a specialty gift shop featuring herbs, teas, and assorted gifts. Established in 1968, they delight in sharing their love of all things herbal. From culinary herbs, to medicinal uses, to fragrant soaps and candles, and a wide range of flavorful teas, Rosemary House offers a wide range of products. In addition to the gift shop, there areherb gardens in the back that are open to the public from dawn to dusk. Throughout the year, they offer a variety of classes, afternoon teas, workshops, and bus trips. Learn more at



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