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IN PERSON CLASS: Making Fire Cider and Elderberry Syrup

$25.00

Get your hands a little sticky with beginner-friendly herbal concoctions! Julie Douglas will be teaching you all how to make Fire Cider and Elderberry Syrup - two classic immune essentials. Fire Cider and Elderberry syrup can keep you and your loved ones healthy all winter long. Julie will be covering not only how to make these for yourself but also understanding the ways they should be used, how to personalize them to your needs, and more. Each attendee will leave with samples of each to take home. 

Julie Douglas is a medicinal herb grower, ethical wildcrafter, photographer, writer, educator, and medicine maker. They've worked on small scale organic farms and community gardens throughout the US since 2013. Their focus is largely on empowering communities through social justice efforts within healthcare and food systems. Creating and bolstering mutual aid networks, making alternative healthcare accessible to marginalized people, and decolonizing herbal medicine is the primary focus of their work.  

Spots are limited. 

Masks are encouraged to keep our community safe.

When: Wednesday, October 19th, 2022 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: Sow True Seed - 243 Haywood Street Asheville 28801

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Get your hands a little sticky with beginner-friendly herbal concoctions! Julie Douglas will be teaching you all how to make Fire Cider and Elderberry Syrup - two classic immune essentials. Fire Cider and Elderberry syrup can keep you and your loved ones healthy all winter long. Julie will be covering not only how to make these for yourself but also understanding the ways they should be used, how to personalize them to your needs, and more. Each attendee will leave with samples of each to take home. 

Julie Douglas is a medicinal herb grower, ethical wildcrafter, photographer, writer, educator, and medicine maker. They've worked on small scale organic farms and community gardens throughout the US since 2013. Their focus is largely on empowering communities through social justice efforts within healthcare and food systems. Creating and bolstering mutual aid networks, making alternative healthcare accessible to marginalized people, and decolonizing herbal medicine is the primary focus of their work.  

Spots are limited. 

Masks are encouraged to keep our community safe.

When: Wednesday, October 19th, 2022 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: Sow True Seed - 243 Haywood Street Asheville 28801