Boochy Mama's Wildfire Tonic is based on a traditional folk recipe called Fire Cider.
In 2015, three herbalists (now known as the Fire Cider 3) were sued for the popular generic herbal remedy, "fire cider", first named decades ago by the beloved herbal elder Rosemary Gladstar. The company suing for rights to this name is a national company who makes Shire City Herbals fire cider (you may have seen this product!).
In an effort to keep this traditional herbal remedy out of trademarks and in the herbal community, the three herbalists have been fighting for years in legal battles, and establishing the World Fire Cider Day of Action each year on February 2nd.
A final court date has been set for March 25 and the herbal community is stepping up to help cover legal costs for this important battle. 100% OF WORKSHOP FEES FOR THIS CLASS WILL BE DONATED TO THE TRADITION NOT TRADEMARK COURT FEES.
If you are unable to make the workshop or you have taken a workshop with us in the past, or you drink Wildfire Tonic to stay healthy, consider donating at www.freefirecider.com/donate/
So - join us! Learn how to create your own version of “fire cider” - a tonic that will help keep you and your family’s immune systems strong through the winter. A shot a day keeps the doctor away!
Wildfire Tonic aka fire cider is an apple cider vinegar base infused with potent superfoods for 4-5 weeks. The final product is a spicy and savory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral tonic that has helped users with increased immunity, reduced inflammation, improved acid reflux, higher metabolism and more!
This workshop includes a 1 gallon jar, herbs, spices, fruit and vegetables to start your tonic, instructions and follow-up troubleshooting. Local apple cider vinegar from Johnston Fruit Farms will be available to purchase at an additional cost to complete your tonic!
$30/person or $35/couple (1 kit)
To donate to the Fire Cider 3 - www.freefirecider.com/donate/
Purchase your ticket in advance online to reserve your starter kit.
You may also purchase a ticket at the door to avoid online ticket fees with cash, check or card if there is still space available.