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Elderberry Syrup | Cold & Flu Medicine Cabinet (2020)

a metal bowl full of elderberries sits on burlap. a small glass jar of elderberry syrup is in the background.

November 7, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Learn to make and use soothing herbal compresses to promote healing from the outside in.

$15 Members / $20 Non-members – bit.ly/3ntqr0P
$2 SW Philly neighbors & ACCESS cardholders – bit.ly/3d8BcB3

Nyambi of Nyambi Naturals (NyambiNatural.com) will lead this series of socially-distanced, outdoor workshops focusing on seasonal herbal aids for cold & flu. Make sure to check out the full series on our Events page!

(photo from The Herbal Academy)

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