Cold Season Care Class

Event Category

Health & Beauty

Note: This is a multi-session event series. By purchasing the event package, you acknowledge that you can attend all event dates included below.
Event Overview

A cold is a common viral infection in which the mucous membrane of the nose and throat becomes inflamed, typically causing running at the nose, sneezing, a sore throat, and other similar symptoms.

Nettle and Rose would like to invite you to our Cold Season series on Wednesday, November 28th and Wednesday, December 5th from 6-8:30 PM for some hands-on medicine making with the cold season as our focus. You will learn how to make tasty, healing and nourishing syrups, teas, throat spray, salves and broth that you and your family will fall in love with this season.

During this two-part series, we will be working with some of our favorite winter warriors where you will make a take-home kit and recipes to restock your own herbal medicine cabinet.

The cost for the series is 75.00. If interested, just reach out and we'll create a custom discount code for you to book the 2nd date.

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Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

Nettle and Rose will provide all supplies to make the syrups, tea, broth and salve. This is a very hands on class. Great for a girls night, team building or anyone who wants to learn to make medicine.

What You Can Expect From This Experience
  • Making yummy syrups
  • Nourishing broths
  • Take a way cold care kit
  • Soothing salves
  • Warming tea blend
Cancellation Policy

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Cammie is passionate about all things food. She has done it all in the restaurant world from washing dishes to having her own wholesale bakery in her hometown of Seattle. She moved to the roaring fork valley in Colorado 8 years ago in search of sunshine and that is where she met Melana – it was an immediate friendship.
When Melana was having problems conceiving she went to herbal medicine and Cammie just kinda followed watched and learned. Cammie is continually studying plant medicine. She has a certificate in Women’s Herbal and Ethnobotanical Studies as well as a pastry degree and over 30 years working with food.

Cammie is passionate about food being real, all people having access to real food, medicine being from the earth as our ancestors used before us. She is an avid gardener; loves the outdoors, exploring everywhere. Cammie lives in Denver with her partner and 14-year-old son and their dog Arrow.

Melana Meyer is a mother of two, connoisseur and lover of plants and herbal medicine, Certified Community Herbalist. Encountering fertility troubles in my early 20's Melana found Shelley Torgove, a herbalist who practiced a specific abdominal massage for fertility and reproductive health, which led to Melana conceiving her first child. Elated by the power of the healing, she wanted to learn more about it. Melana studied under Artimesia and Rue and completed two certification programs, as well as two trips to the Yucatan learning from Mayan midwives, herbalists, and a respected Shaman. Possessing the knowledge and tools, Melana was then able to conceive her second child easily.

Melana believes that medicine belongs in the hands of the people; this knowledge is not ours to keep. The wisdom comes from our ancestors and should continue to be passed on to future generations. Melana feels passionate about sharing that knowledge so that others may embark on their journeys toward plant discovery!