Cempazuchitl: Mexico's Marigold


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In Mexico, the marigold flower, Cempazuchitl in the Indigenous language Nahuatl, has been associated with the Día de Muertos celebrations for centuries. Discover the cultural importance of this plant while creating a tonic that supports the nervous system, as well as digestive and respiratory health. All materials provided.

Schedule: Thursday, October 27, 2022
Times: 06:00pm - 08:00pm
Instructor: Diana Arellano-Gonzalez Diana Arellano-Gonzalez
Location: Midtown Center, Room D

Session Number: 232WEL179
Price Non-Member (Includes Materials) : $65.00
Member (Includes Materials) : $59.00


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