Healing Evergreens Herb Class
Date: Saturday, February 9th
Time: 10 am-12 noon
Cost: $35, which includes all class materials and supplies
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Even in these cold winter months, there is an herb that is bright green, full of healthful benefits, and simply delicious! Who Knew??? Join master herbalist, Julia Stowe, for this 2-hour, hands-on class to discover the history and many uses of the 126 different spices of pine tree. Come ready to enjoy a sampling of:
- pine-infused herbal remedies,
- blending your own delicious, immune supporting evergreen tea, and
- making a unique pine aromatherapy locket, during this winter adventure into the art of herbalism.
Recipe booklet, and all class materials included.
Julia Stowe has been studying the art of herbalism for ten years. As a graduate of Vintage Remedies in Franklin, TN and the East West School of Planetary Herbology in Ben Lomond, CA, she has learned that herbalism is a way of life, not a quick fix treatment plan. She has been teaching seasonal herbal classes and workshops since 2015 on wild crafting, basic remedy making, and the use of herbs to support a healthy lifestyle. She has been featured in various articles in local papers, has a line of organic, herb-infused health and beauty products, and has started Blossom Arts to provide an introduction to students into the world of herbs through hands on workshops and lectures covering various aspects of herbalism.