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      July 18, 2019

      Thursday   9:00 AM

      1032 Park Ave
      Mountain View, Arkansas 72560

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      Ozark Folk School - Favorite Homegrown & Homemade Herb Remedies

      Presented by Susan Belsinger Nowadays, health and well being are buzz words. There are so many remedies out there to choose from, it is a bit confusing. Susan has been using and making her own herbal products for over 30 years and has favorite, tried and true healing remedies that she uses regularly. In this class, Susan will share her repertoire of her most-used herbal preparations, which she goes to time and again for preventative and general maintenance, tonic and therapy. You will get recipes for these tried and true herbal remedies: Elderberry Syrup, Habanero Shrub, Wellness Elixir, Arnica Oil and Calendula Salve, and All-Natural Hand Sanitizer. We will make these remedies together, hands-on, and each student will get to take home all six of these remedies. Thursday, July 18, 2019 My Favorite Homegrown & Homemade Herbal Remedies $22 registration fee to Ozark Folk Center upon signing up for class payable here. $100 fee for class and $30 materials fee, due at start of class (cash or check please). Total Cost of this class $152 Class minimum is 3 and maximum is 8. Registration deadline is two weeks before class begins. ____________________________________ Meet Your Instructor Susan Belsinger Susan Belsinger lives an herbal life, whether she is gardening, foraging, herborizing, photographing, teaching, researching, writing or creating herbal recipes for the kitchen or apothecary—she is passionate about all things herbal. Recently referred to as a “flavor artist”, Susan delights in kitchen alchemy—the blending of harmonious foods, herbs, and spices—to create real, delicious food, as well as libations, that nourish our bodies and spirits and titillate our senses. She has been blogging regularly for Taunton Press’ www.vegetablegardener.com for the past eight years. Her latest publication The Culinary Herbal: Growing & Preserving 97 Flavorful Herbs co-authored by Susan Belsinger and Arthur O. Tucker—was released in January 2016 by Timber Press. Their new book for beginning herb gardeners and cooks, Growing Your Own Herbs will be released this spring. Susan was recently chosen to serve as Honorary President (2018 to 2020) of the Herb Society of America. www.susanbelsinger.com Ozark Folk School Workhop Registration - $20.00

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