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Welcome to
the peace apothecary.

Connecting to the power of plants and fungi. Explore our classes and events or consider a custom plant creation —extracts, flower essences, dried herbs, and alcohol-free glycerite blends crafted personally for you.

How do you want to feel?

~ Creating classes and plant offerings filled with...


JOY {St. John's Wort, Lemon Balm, Holy Basil, Lavender}

REST {Chamomile, Passion Flower, Valerian, Wood Betony, Hops}

STRENGTH {Ashwagandha, Eleuthero, Rhodiola, Oat, Nettle}

PROTECTION {Echinacea, Yerba Mansa, Angelica, Oregon Grape, Pau D'Arco}

LOVE {Shatavari, Damiana, Rose, Hawthorn}

FOCUS {Bacopa, Gotu Kola, Rosemary, Spearmint, Lion's Mane}

BALANCE {Black Cohosh, Vitex, Wild Yam, Dong Quai}

FLEXIBILITY {Turmeric, Devil's Claw, Solomon's Seal, Skullcap}

ENLIGHTENMENT {Reishi, Mugwort, Sage}

... and many other combinations and herbs to explore ~


Our mission:

The peace apothecary is dedicated to herbalism, the art and science of using plants for wellness and healing. We offer hands-on herbalism classes. We also love the opportunity to work in consultation, creating individualized, custom herbal blends based on your needs, goals, motivations, and musings.

We view our teachings and creations as rooted in the spirit of a connection between you and the plants. And the more connection we have to nature, the happier we are!

Come explore!


About Sally Davies Seitz

The peace apothecary was created by Sally Seitz. Sally has a deep appreciation for the plants, their energy, and healing power. She has a master of science degree in clinical herbal medicine from Maryland University of Integrative Health. Her herbalism training includes completing the certificate program with herbalists John Finch & Jane Richmond at the Self-Heal School of Herbal Studies and Healing in Ocean Beach, CA, and completing its professional pre-clinic training and clinical apprenticeship. She has been assisting Jane with the Self-Heal School's clinic program since 2016.


Sally has a PhD in Social Relations (UC Irvine) and has taught sociology at university. This background amplifies the importance of hearing each story and collaborating for a positive future. 

Sally also taught at the 2023 Midwest Women's Herbal Conference, including classes in botanical magic, dreams and rest. She is a current member of the American Herbalists Guild, United Plant Savers, American Botanical Council, and an ovate in the UK-based Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids.


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