Build Your Own Wild Winter Immune Tonic
with Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed
Sunday January 12th, 1:00 - 3:30pm
Hands-on, Materials included
Join Medical Herbalist and Botanist Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed for a journey into our wild winter plant medicines. Learn which plants can be harvested in the winter, how to identify them, how they can be used for food and medicine, and how to harvest them sustainably. We will focus on wild medicines that support the respiratory tract, boost immunity and support detoxification.
Learn the best preparation and preservation methods for bark, lichen, conifer needles and wild fruit. Create a honey-based immune tonic to help keep us well through the cold and flu season. Take home you own bottle of wild winter plant medicine.
What Others Are Saying:
“Latifa has her degree in botany and a masters degree in herbology. Pretty much a walking textbook of native plants awesomeness. She also works with poisonous and toxic plants to extract the medicinal qualities. Very advanced plant work and I have never met someone with such a passion and understanding of the usages of plants”
- Travis Bower
“This was a hands on experience that opened a door to many possibilities we have to access our local flora to support the wellbeing of our families. Loved it ! Thank you Latifa for sharing your knowledge, plants and berries with us!”
- Tamara Cazalbasu