Community Herbal Medicine-Making

Community Herbal Medicine-Making

Community Herbal Medicine-Making

October 26, 2019 at 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Shakti in the Mountains
409 E Unaka Ave Johnson City, Tennessee 37601

Join this pay-it-forward herbal medicine making event as we prepare healing gifts of Elderberry Syrup and Fire Cider!

These immune-boosting remedies will be distributed to members of our community in need.

Michelle Bouton of HERBalachia will share info about these traditional recipes and how the ingredients protect us from colds and flu.

Jo Wohlberg of Herbalists Without Borders will share the vision and values of HWO, including:

  • health and wellness are human rights, not privileges
  • volunteer efforts which focus primarily on natural and botanical health and wellness solutions
  • roles of traditional herbalists and healers in our society

We hope you can join us as we infuse these creations with love and healing as we widen our circle of care.

TWO WAYS TO REGISTER:
$10 per person and/or Donate Supplies

Click here to register for $10. (You are also welcome to bring supplies if you would like.)
Click here to donate supplies for the class in lieu of a registration fee. (See supplies needed below.)

Pre-registration is required. Class is limited to 16 students.

SUPPLIES FOR THE CLASS — DONATIONS NEEDED:
Please let us know what donation(s) you will be bringing before October 23rd by clicking here.
Thank you!
Herbal Tea Blends for Winter

Herbal Tea Blends for Winter

Herbal Tea Blends for Winter

Monday, October 8, 2018 at 6 PM – 8 PM

Shakti in the Mountains
409 E Unaka Ave, Johnson City, Tennessee 37601

Ready to sip, sniff, and create?

Specific herbal blends can help keep us healthy through the challenges each season of the year presents. This class will explore the best selection of herbs for women’s daily tonics as we head into cooler months. Michelle will introduce us to various herbs and discuss why you would choose particular ones according to your own constitution and needs.

After sampling a few tea blends, each person will create a custom tea blends to take home and enjoy.

$14. Limited to 22 people.
Please click ‘Tickets’ to reserve your spot; no cancellation refunds.
(Paypal and debit cards accepted)

Community Herbal Medicine-Making

Rosemary Gladstar’s Fire Cider Recipe

Rosemary Gladstar’s Fire Cider Recipe

  • ½ cup grated fresh horseradish root
  • ½ cup or more fresh chopped onions
  • ¼ cup or more chopped garlic
  • ¼ cup or more grated ginger
  • Chopped fresh or dried cayenne pepper ‘to taste’. Can be whole or powdered. ‘ To Taste’ means should be hot, but not so hot you can’t tolerate it. Better to make it a little milder than to hot; you can always add more pepper later if necessary.
  • Optional ingredients; Turmeric, Echinacea, cinnamon, etc.
  1. Place herbs in a half-gallon canning jar and cover with enough raw unpasteurized apple cider vinegar to cover the herbs by at least three to four inches. Cover tightly with a tight fitting lid.
  2. Place jar in a warm place and let for three to four weeks. Best to shake every day to help in the maceration process.
  3. After three to four weeks, strain out the herbs, and reserve the liquid.
  4. Add honey ‘to taste’. Warm the honey first so it mixes in well. “To Taste’ means your Fire Cider should taste hot, spicy, and sweet. “A little bit of honey helps the medicine go down……”
  5. Rebottle and enjoy! Fire Cider will keep for several months unrefrigerated if stored in a cool pantry. But it’s better to store in the refrigerator if you’ve room.

A small shot glass daily serves as an excellent tonic Or take teaspoons if you feel a cold coming on.

Take it more frequently if necessary to help your immune system do battle.

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