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Herbal Goddess teaches spring tonics

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Holly Hutton, a clinical herbalist and owner of Herbal Goddess Medicinals, is teaching Spring Tonic Herbs through Central Oregon Locavore. Back in the day, at the hint of spring, people would eat bitters to clear out those winter cobwebs after a stationary season of eating rich foods. If you've been a bit of a couch potato lately, this class will teach you how to include medicinal herbs in tonics that can provide vitality and nourishment for your body as you emerge from the couch and into the warmth of spring. The cost is $5 for Locavore members and $8 for non-members.

Spring Tonic Herbs

Thurs., March 22

4:30pm-5:30pm

Central Oregon Locavore

1841 NE 3rd St., Bend

541-633-7388

centraloregonlocavore.org



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