Your spice rack is full of healing remedies with uses beyond preparing meals in the kitchen. Join local herbalist Beth Sachnoff of Wild Child Apothecary to discover the medicinal and healing properties of spices you likely have in your kitchen cabinet. Explore the many uses of spices to support healthy digestion, cold & flu care, first-aid and beyond.
Dive into the practicalities of making your own healing kitchen remedies working with spices like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, turmeric, fennel, cayenne and more. Participants will prepare and take home their own delicious herbal infused honey to use right away! Walk away with a deeper understanding of herbs and spices and their uses beyond the kitchen.
About Beth Sachnoff
Beth Sachnoff of Wild Child Apothecary is an herbalist & educator born and raised in San Francisco. Beth studied Western Clinical Herbalism at Ohlone Herbal Center in Berkeley and continues her study at Ancestral Apothecary in Oakland. Wild Child Apothecary grew out of her experience working as a Program Director coaching direct service staff experiencing high levels of stress, fatigue and burnout. She founded Wild Child Apothecary in 2017 to inspire and teach people how to use natural herbal remedies to nourish and care for themselves. www.wildchildapothecary.com
When: Tuesday, April 24th from 7:15-8:45 p.m.
Where: Oaktown Spice Shop, 1224 Solano ave, Albany, CA
Cost: $48 on Eventbrite