Fire Cider is a pungent concoction of vegetables and herbs that has been successful at warding off colds and flus for hundres of years. Learn how to create your own personalized blend for what ails you! In this class, we will discuss blends and herbal pairings that you can try at home to add to your own personalized apothecary. Together we will create a special blend including seasonal ingredients and herbs that can keep your immunity fortified during the frantic holiday season. Plus, you will go home with your own 4oz bottle of fire cider. Come prepared to sample some delicious fire cider blends and be inspired so you can go home and blend your own fiery herbal concoction for you and your family. Premade herbal blends and measuring shot glasses will be available for purchase.
$15-30 per person, sliding scale. Includes a 4oz bottle of fire cider. Additional $5 to register at the door.
Lori Jenkins is a community herbalist and owner of Sister of Mother Earth Apothecary. She also serves on the Board for the Mars Hill Farmers and Artisans Market in Madison County. She concocts unique fire cider blends that use local ingredients and foraged plant allies from the mountains of North Carolina, empowering folks to craft their own wild medicine while supporting local farmers and growers. Currently a student of Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine and enrolled in Rosemary Gladstar’s The Science and Art of Herbalism Course, she brings a bit of wild medicine to the table and her love of all things that grow. Creating kitchen magic is what she loves best.
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