Earth Medicine Series:
with Emily Lindenmuth
Sunday, October 9th
11am - 12:15 pm @ Kindly Kitchen
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Fire Cider ... mmm mmm! Some call it the flu shot in a bottle; others say it's like the chicken soup of herbal medicine. I call it delicious. Fire Cider is a traditional herbal remedy for winter health with deep roots in folk medicine around the world, especially in Appalachia.
Fire Cider is used to help warm the body, and acts as a stimulant and antimicrobial to ward off colds, flus, sore throats and general cold season blahs. Fire Cider can be used daily as an immune system booster, and taken in larger doses at the first sign of sniffles. It's also quite lovely used in stir-frys, soups and sauces for a special touch of spice.
In this fun and informative class, we'll talk about and sample all of the plants used in this special remedy, demonstrate how to make the medicine (and how to make it uniquely your own), and then sample several finished batches, including a Traditional, an East Meets West, and a special Boone Brew! You'll leave with recipes, know-how, and the confidence to craft your own.
All welcome. There’s goodness here for beginners, advanced herbal students and those in between.
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Emily Lindenmuth, MA, LMBT, Herbalist
I love fusing the science with the sacred, the analytical with the whimsical, the left brain with the right. Come learn the nitty gritty (the hows and whys) of plant medicine and then surrender into the unspoken wisdom of taste, touch and intuition.
I love local wild plants as well as the gems growing in other parts of this big beautiful world, so expect a well-rounded mix.
Making your own medicine is a deeply enriching and empowering experience, one that has been crucial in my own journey of healing. My intention is quite simply to share the beauty and wisdom of this knowledge in hopes that in may help you better nourish yourself and connect more deeply with the earth.