In Part One, we uncovered our forefathers’ basic outdoor medicine cabinet using local weeds.
In Part Two, we explored a fuller expanse of medicinal botanicals available in our backyards and neighborhoods, effectively tripling the size of Part One’s medicine cabinet.
In this third session, we take to the kitchen to transfer the medicine of these botanicals into ingestible or topical remedies for our families. We will learn about the several different mediums that can be infused with the medicine of the botanicals in our yards, and even from some of the more common food items in our pantries.
Come join us as we play in the Vass Farmstead’s kitchen with the likes of honey, garlic, ginger, vinegar, onions, peppers, horseradish, etc. Depending on time and class size, we may also take a sneak peek into homemade cultured kefir, homemade liniment and an herb-infused honey.
*Those who sign up to these introductory classes and want to learn more will be better prepared and considered for our Herbal Apprentice Program.