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Harvest and make Echinacea Tincture
Herb Craft Workshop Wednesday, May 27, 2013, 6:30 –
Location: Bridgeton Area – address to be provided after
$15 materials fee
People use Echinacea is used to fight both bacterial and
viral infections. Harvest organic Echinacea roots and
prepare them for tincturing. You will have the opportunity
to harvest enough roots to fill a quart jar and in 6 weeks
you'll be able to decant at least 8 oz. of high-quality
tincture. If you were to buy Echinacea tincture, an ounce
bottle would cost at least $3 (the lowest price I found on
the Internet). You will also get a plant to take home to
start your own Echinacea medicine patch. Learn how to
tell if the roots are ready to be made into medicine.
- Shoshana Osofsky, MA, MS, L.A. c., Dipl. NCCAOM
Heartpath Acupuncture, 2015