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Build Your Herbal Medicine Chest [Two Weekend Series]

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Build Your Herbal Medicine Chest [Two Weekend Series]


  • Digital Additive 1075 Zonolite Road Northeast - Suite #1D Atlanta, GA, 30306 United States (map)
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Join Herbalista Lorna Mauney-Brodek two full weekends in February to learn the skills, techniques, and recipes you need to build your own herbal medicine chest.  

Learn to make basic remedies to address common complaints such as cold/flu, allergy, headaches, digestive upset, aches and pains, and more. Join us for four full days of medicine making as we make an array of preparations, from tinctures to syrups, and salves to capsules!  

Class will be held February 9th & 10th and February 23rd & 24th from 10-5 both days with an hour break for lunch. 


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COST: $100 supply fee plus $300 class fee for Homestead & Herbalista Members, $350 for non-members. We're sorry, but no scholarship funds are available at this time but you can pay in installments using the drop-down menu. Please complete payment prior to the start of class.

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 You, too, can build an herbal medicine chest as awesome as this one made in our last workshop!

You, too, can build an herbal medicine chest as awesome as this one made in our last workshop!

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