A free 90 minute workshop, exploring native and cultivated medicinal plants in the Apothecary's Garden, and some common wild medicinal plants growing in the adjacent Forest.
This kid-friendly workshop will look at the many culinary and medicinal uses of commonly available herbs, and demonstrate some simple and safe methods for identifying, harvesting, storing, and processing plants to make your own healing teas, broths, salves and herbal first aid.
A handout will be available with recipes, and tips for incorporating local plants in daily menus for their nutritional and immune boosting properties, as well as herbal uses in first aid, pre and post natal care, childhood diseases, and common discomforts.
The workshop will be lead by Dan Riegler of New Dawn Herbal Apothecary. Dan is also the designer and Master Gardener behind the Apothecary’s Garden.
Sponsored by OPIRG (Ontario Public Interest Research Group) at McMaster.
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