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Herbs for Winter Wellness

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Greater Victoria Compost Education Centre

1216 N Park St

Victoria, BC V8T 1C9

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Hands-on medicine making for the winter where each participant will go away with some homemade fire cider

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As the summer draws to a close, let's fill our pantries with herbs for immune support! We'll explore some of the most helpful herbs we can employ for lung and sinus support, and discover how we can incorporate herbs, plants and foods to support our general wellness. We will learn how to make herbal syrups and fire cider. Then we'll do some hands-on medicine making and each participant will go away with some homemade fire cider.

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Lindsay’s interest in plants was cultivated in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. She spent many years as a naturalist guide and Yoga teacher before dedicating herself to herbal studies. She is a professional member of the Canadian Herbalist Association of BC, an Organic Master Gardener (Gaia College), and is a faculty member at Pacific Rim College. Lindsay’s clinical practice and teaching reflect her deep respect for our shared spiritual and ecological health. She practices herbalism in Fernwood, Victoria and is a happy gardener and mother.

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