UNION — Kathi Langelier, author of “Herbal Revolution,” will probably be Vose Library’s subsequent “Zoom with Vose Wednesdays” program at 6 p.m. on March 24.
After the darkish, heavy, months of winter and consuming heavy winter meals, our our bodies crave lighter, barely bitter meals. Spring is a conventional time of the yr to supply digestive methods some further help by means of the usage of herbs, meals, motion and creativity.
Union’s Langelier has acquired quite a few awards through the years for her formulation from locations such because the American Herbalists Guild, International Herb Symposium and New England Made Shows. Having studied scientific herbalism with David Winston, Leslie Alexander and Leslita Williams, Langelier has spent 25 years following her ardour for natural farming, natural medication and neighborhood wellness with nice dedication.
In her e-book, “Herbal Revolution: 65+ Recipes for Teas, Elixirs, Tinctures, Syrups, Foods + Body Products That Heal,” she shares her hottest and efficient formulation to help every day well being and wellness. She guides readers on their natural journey with the sort of knowledge and care one can solely purchase from a few years of devoting their life utterly to their artwork. This isn’t any unusual e-book speak: attendees will stroll away from this expertise with three recipes from her e-book by means of demonstrations:
• Spring Vinegar (helps digestive well being & is restorative);
• Rhubarb + Lemon Digestive Bitters (helps digestion and liver perform); and
• Love Your Liver Elixir (helps wholesome liver cleansing).
To request an invite and passcode to attend this program, electronic mail [email protected] by 3 p.m. March 24.
Vose Library, situated at 392 Common Road in Union, and is at the moment open for curbside pick-up companies and for browse and borrow in-person companies by appointment.
For extra data, name 207-785-4733 or go to voselibrary.org.