Welcome to Herbal Pharmacy for Everyone!

A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Your Own Herbal Preparations

This instructional DVD is one of a kind. It shares tools of herbal medicine, the most ancient healing art, and provides all the information required to make your own herbal preparations with equipment found in any home kitchen wherever you live.

Filmed in Mexico, instruction is provided by Gudrun Penselin, M.Ed., M.Phys.Ed., Clinical Herbal Therapist and creator of Bach Flowers Unfolding and Adrian de Landa, a traditional Mexican healer and ND. Gudrun has over 25 years of experience in practice and teaching and Adrian over 20 years. Respected in their own right, Gudrun and Adrian share their knowledge, skills and wisdom as a dynamic team.

The DVD includes:Herbal Pharmacy Preview

  • Harvesting, drying and storing herbs.
  • Demonstration of creation of herbal preparations: juices, water extractions, tinctures, vinegars, infused oils, ointments, flower essences, powders and capsules, poultices, fomentations and compresses, suppositories, steam inhalations and foot and hand baths.
  • A supplement on how to make your own seed and nut milks as well as sprouting instructions.
  • Appendix with formulas and precise instructions plus additional written information.

The target group is anybody interested in this subject matter, be it the newcomer or the experienced homegrown herbalist. All preparations can be created with equipment that is found in any kitchen.

This two disc DVD provides over 3 hours of instruction and is reference material that can be used for years and generations to come. It is like 3 DVDs in 1. For order information, please click here »

“We have created this DVD out of our concern for the planet and the desire and necessity to provide people with tools that will allow them to take responsibility for their own well-being. It not only provides people with tools but at the same time encourages them to re-connect with nature.
It helps people understand that we are part of the whole picture and would not be able to exist without the plants.”
~ Gudrun Penselin