Wed, Sep 30|
DIY Herbal Remedies with Carly!
There are so many potent remedies we can make from simple ingredients found in our kitchen cabinets and at the grocery store. Join us to learn how to harvest the medicinal power in common foods and herbs like garlic, ginger, sage and thyme...virtually!
Time & Location
Sep 30, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
About the Event
Download the workshop PDF HERE!
Here's what to expect:
* During this virtual class, Carly will demonstrate recipes from start to finish and be available to answer questions after the demonstration portion of the workshop. * If you would like to participate in the live crafting, a list of ingredients you will need is included above. If you do not have all the ingredients, that's okay! Participate with the ingredients you have. The recipes are easily modified. * We will send you the recipes we will be creating together. * We will join in a live video where we will be going over each remedy step-by-step, talking about the healing properties of each food and herb as we create. * At the end, you will have five homemade, herbal remedies completed!
Join this fun event to learn how we can support and protect our bodies during this time!
If you want to follow along with the recipes at home, you'll need the items listed below:
One, 3-in knob of ginger 1 1/2 cup honey 1 yellow onion 2 heads garlic 1 lemon 3-in knob horseradish root 1 package fresh thyme Black pepper 1 jalapeno 2-4 cups apple cider vinegar, with the "mother" if accessible 2 tsp dried sage 2 tsp dried thyme 1/2 c alcohol (optional)
Knife Cutting board Teaspoons Measuring cup Two-quart glass jar, or two smaller jars (old peanut butter jars, olive jars, old mason jars with tops) Two pieces of wax or parchment Two small pots Small 2 oz jar or small spray bottle Coffee filter Bowl Cookie sheet or plate 8 oz jar or similar glass container
Carly is a holistic nutritionist, medicinal foods chef and herbal medicine maker in the Chicago area. She is passionate about creating healthy relationships with medicinal foods and connecting people with the healing power of Nature.Carly Feldmeier of Nurturing through Nature