Make It & Take It: Fire Cider

Dates:  Tuesday, October 13 or Thursday, October 15

Time:  Anytime between 1:30 - 6:00 PM

Where:  You Pick Medicinal Herbs Garden at Open Hands Farm

Cost:  $10/quart, payable at class (jars provided)

Interested in making your own fire cider with none of the prep or clean up? All you bring is a cutting board and your favorite veggie-chopping-knife. I'll have the basics: onions, garlic, horseradish, hot peppers, ginger, and raw apple cider vinegar. I can help you customize your fire cider with fresh herbs from the garden and some of my favorite dried herbs and other ingredients that I'll bring along to share.  You leave with your own custom fire cider blend (and your cutting board and knife).

Please contact me if you plan on coming so I will know how many people to prep for each day.

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Growing a Backyard Pharmacy

Would you like to just walk out to your backyard or patio to gather some herbs for teas or medicinal preparations?  This class focuses on the cultivation of medicinal plants in your own yard and gardens.

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Demonstration Videos

Making Herbal Tinctures (9 minutes)

Making Herbal Vinegars (9 minutes)

Making Herb-Infused Oils (3 minutes)

Making Herbal Ointments (5 minutes)

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