Give your immune system a winter boost with a traditional tonic we'll make in GrowGood's first workshop collaboration with Danielle Noe of Wild Terra. Our Backyard Medicine Series will focus on supporting the health of our bodies and spirits by learning to make medicines from accessible ingredients straight from the earth.
The first session is all about immune support. We will learn about and make a fiery folk remedy called Fire Cider. This infused, medicinal vinegar is packed with anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral herbs.Fire Cider is used as a defense against colds and flues, and aids digestion and circulation.
We will make Fire Cider and learn to use it as a simple tonic, and the many culinary uses including Fire Cider seasoning sprinkle, salad dressing, homemade mustard, pickles, and more! We'll also make a farm salad, tea and snacks to enjoy together.
Most of GrowGood's harvest goes to the kitchen of the adjacent Salvation Army Bell Shelter, where it is used to feed the 500 men and women living at the shelter. We want shelter clients to be able to take part in the workshop series without cost. Your payment helps provide the chance for someone who might not otherwise have such access.
Wild Terra is a community apothecary in Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood Highland Park. The owner, Danielle Noe, sources bulk organic, biodynamic, and wildcrafted medicinal herbs, teas, & spices. She also provides a wide array of class in workshops at her shop.
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