Join Community Herbalist Kirsten Dehmlow as she leads her herbal workshop: Herbal Immunity


In this workshop we will learn how to make Fire Cider and Elderberry Syrup. Fire Cider is an immune boosting as well as digestive support remedy that is made with fruit, herbs and apple cider vinegar. You will get to take what you make home!

Thursday September 19, 2024

6 pm – 8pm

Registration opens July 16, 2024

About the Instructor:

Hello…I am Kirsten Dehmlow. I am a daughter, wife, mother and grandmother. Flowers and herbs have been an interest of mine for as long as I can remember. Everywhere I have lived I have found a plot of dirt to plant. During my first pregnancy I began building my library of books on using herbs. In the summer of 2020 I began my official training to become a community herbalist. I am dedicated to continue growing and learning how herbs heal and provide support physically, emotionally and spiritually.

I have been a childbirth educator for over 15 years and have also worked as a labor doula for many years. I was the Parent Education Coordinator at a hospital in Denver for over 13 years. I love educating and supporting families and am excited to add my knowledge of herbs as a focus of support.

Helping women as they enter and progress through life transitions has been a continual focus in my work. Now I love adding herbs and Maya abdominal therapy as additional nourishing support. I offer one on one consultations, classes and herbal products: teas, tinctures, salves and essential oils.

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