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WORKSHOP: Winter Remedies – Herbal Support During the Winter Months with Jenn Allen

WORKSHOP: Winter Remedies – Herbal Support During The Winter Months With Jenn Allen

 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD | 11:00-12:30PM 

At The Alchemist’s Kitchen in Stockton Market

This workshop is a space to deepen our understanding of the ways Mother Nature offers us some of the most potent and effective remedies for winter cold and flu season right in our own kitchen pantries.

A century ago our ancestors knew how to use household remedies in a preventive way to promote health and wellbeing with plants found in the wilds or gardens of their own backyards. Today, much of this knowledge has been lost due to advances in the modern allopathic medicine system. Due to current challenges for some Americans to have sufficient health insurance there is a renewed interest in ways that plants can be used to assist in the prevention of physical discomforts due to colds and viruses. Mother Nature offers us some of the most potent and effective remedies for winter cold and flu season right in our own kitchen pantries. By learning to view food as medicine we can help to increase support for the immune system through the inclusion of certain herbs and spices in our daily cooking as well as create delicious and unique remedies for specific ailments like sore throats, coughs, flu symptoms and fevers.

This is a demonstration class but recipes, an informative handout, and samples will be given for you to experience and try in the class.

 

$30 advance/$35 at the door

tickets are non-refundable

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/311550262995553/

Website: winterremediesherbalsupport.splashthat.com

Space for this event is limited, please register online to reserve your spot!

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Plants Heal Class a big hit!

One of our newest additions to the market, The Alchemist’s Kitchen recently held a Plants Heal Class. It was a huge success and we wanted to share a few photos with you.

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Be sure to check out other events hosted by The Alchemist’s Kitchen HERE

Plants Heal: Feminist Witch Magic with Cathlin Star Walker

Plants Heal: Feminist Witch Magic With Cathlin Star Walker

 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20TH | 11:00-12:30PM 

At The Alchemist’s Kitchen in Stockton Market

This workshop is designed to ignite the cultivation of self providing holistic tools and practices for understanding intuition, intention, and integration. Some of our most powerful medicinal allies are plants. Whether we use them for mental or physical support, plants offer us many lessons in healing. 

Our health is often prescribed by someone outside of our individual body & experiences. When we listen to ourselves and determine our needs from what we hear within us, we begin to feel at home in our body. Tender self-care is some of the most potent healing we are capable of as humans. It is imperative to demonstrate this compassion for self in the face of fear, bigotry, and hatred, for we are of no use to the collective unless we ourselves are nourished. 

This workshop is a space to deepen our understanding of plants as allies. It is a space to tap into the magic afoot when we prioritize ourselves, our communities, and our planet.

Space for this event is limited, please register online to reserve your spot!

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Welcome The Alchemist’s Kitchen

Welcome The Alchemist’s Kitchen

We’re excited to welcome our newest vendor at the market, The Alchemist’s Kitchen! Already a huge hit in New York, we are excited they are bringing their unique brand of wellness to the Stockton Market. Grand Opening is set for August 10th.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen connects you with the power of plants. They work with the finest herbalists who produce high quality botanical medicines, herbal remedies, and whole plant beauty products.

The Philosophy

A growing movement of conscious consumption and contemporary herbalism is underway. The Alchemist’s Kitchen believes in building awareness around the impact of purchasing decisions on our planet and our bodies. Supporting holistic health practices while caring for the world we live in and educating on what it means to create a lifestyle around wellness that is environmentally and ethically responsible.

The products are vetted brands that meet high, exacting standards for sustainable practices and social commitment, with an emphasis on goods that reflect the deep personal involvement of their producers.

The Makers and Community

The inventive makers of the herbal and botanical products are mostly small farm-based facilities operating across the United States – from Vermont, to the mid-coast of Maine, to Colorado, and the Pacific Northwest. Many of the makers specialize in one or two distinctive offerings, which are available for the community all over the world to discover and experience.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen is online, as well as on Facebook and Instagram. They also have two locations in New York. Our flagship space at 21 East 1st Street, in the Bowery, includes a tonic bar where we serve fresh botanical, state-changing elixirs, and presents a full calendar of events. There is also a tonic bar and botanical dispensary at ABC Home, 888 Broadway at East 19th street.

The Alchemist’s Kitchen also host online webinars, courses and in-store events to help members of the community learn about product health benefits, origins, production processes, and how to incorporate them into their daily wellness regimens.

Visit their website for even more information: thealchemistskitchen.com