How to make elderberry syrup

I’ll be at Menomonie Co-op next Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10am-11am. Learn how elderberry herbal remedies can assist our health during the winter months. I’ll discuss it’s benefits, make elderberry syrup, and send you home with some of your own.

Registration and payment is required 2 days prior to the start of the class. $15 Sign up with Menomonie Co-op at the store or with this link: http://tinyurl.com/EB2016FCH

Nourishing Infusions: Supporting the Body with Gentle Herbs

I’ll be at Menomonie Co-op next Saturday, Nov. 19 from 10am-11am. FREE!

Herbal infusions are simple to make and provide nutritional and therapeutic qualities. We’ll do some taste testing of four herbs. You’ll take home some herbs for yourself and the knowledge of their properties and how to prepare each one.

Registration and payment is required 2 days prior to the start of the class. FREE! Sign up with Menomonie Co-op at the store or with this link: http://tinyurl.com/NI2016FCH

 

2017 Midwest Women’s Herbal Conference

Watch for registration details at http://www.midwestwomensherbal.com/

My topics are:

Tree and Shrub ID and Medicinal Properties

Learn about the medicinal properties and folklore of at least 10 different trees and shrubs.  Take time to connect with trees and shrubs during this plant walk as Erin LaFaive teaches how to identify trees for all seasons. She’ll also discuss ways to “read” tree health and how that relates to harvesting activities.

Harvesting and Drying Herbs

There are many ways to preserve plants for future use. Determining optimal time to harvest herbs and techniques for drying them to maintain peak therapeutic qualities can be tricky. Some herbs need to be dried quickly with added heat while others degrade quickly with that method. Learn which herbs do best with different drying techniques.

 

In accordance with Wisconsin law and professional standards, the purpose of Full Circle Herbals, LLC is for educational information about Complementary & Alternative Medicine subjects. It is not intended to take the place of personalized medical counseling, diagnosis and/or treatment by a trained medical physician. Herbs and other botanicals are classified by the Food and Drug Administration as food products, to date. Botanicals are not classified as "medicines". 
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