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Elderberry Syrup Making Class

August 12th, 2017 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Elderberries are starting to ripen! It’s the perfect time to learn all about this trusted traditional remedy for keeping you and your family healthy. We will be in the garden with the elderberries, learning about how they grow, what their seasons are normally like (and how this year has been different), which parts of the plant to use and which to avoid and so much more! We will harvest from Garden Dreams’ own plants to make our syrup during this class. Everyone will get to take home a 1 ounce bottle of this precious purple liquid from our batch that day, as well as a recipe guideline and some hands-on know how.

Space is limited, please register below to reserve your spot!

https://bridgetsapothecary.com/classes/

Moirin is the owner, teacher, practitioner, and maker behind Bridget's Apothecary. She has been studying naturopathic principles and herbalism for the last 10+ years. She loves connecting people with plants and knowledge to take baby steps towards health and well-being. She offers classes, lectures, one-on-one health consultations, plant walks, and natural/herbal remedies and body care.

Find her at:
www.bridgetsapothecary.com

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