Sunday April 2nd 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Be Healthy Institute, 40 Main St, Hamburg
Elderberry is a locally abundant herb, traditionally used for its immune boosting properties. Research has confirmed its antiviral nature and effectiveness in preventing and treating cold and flu. In this workshop, Community Herbalist Sarah Sorci will discuss identification, harvest, properties, and use of elderberries for syrup. Prepare and take home your own bottle, made with local raw honey and rosehips. Elderberry is safe for both children and adults.
To register and for more info, visit the Be Healthy Institute website.
Cost is $39 per person, including supplies, samples and educational handouts.
photo credit: Elder (Sambucus nigra).