Sat, Aug 22 | Online Event on Zoom

Virtual La'au Lapa'au class: Making Aloe Hand Sanitizer w/Kumu Cody Keale

La'au Lapa'au is a the Hawaiian tradition of plant-based medicine. Our Cultural practitioner, Cody Keale will lead us through an instructional class on how to create a Hand Sanitizer using Aloe to keep our hands clean and cared for.
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Virtual La'au Lapa'au class: Making Aloe Hand Sanitizer w/Kumu Cody Keale

Time & Location

Aug 22, 2020, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM HST
Online Event on Zoom

About the Event

Join Let Grace In & other bereaved families for a virtual La'au class. 

In Hawaiian medicine, Pule (prayer) is an important part of lā‘au lapa‘au. I was taught that the body cannot fully heal if the spirit is not healed as well. Cody will also be leading with a "though of the day", and we will have an opportunity to share our ideas, thoughts, and feelings as a group.

Things you will need if you decide to make your hand sanitizer with Cody:

  • Aloe Vera plant or gel. If you are working with a live Aloe Vera plant or a single cut of Aloe Vera, you’ll need to squeeze out about ¼ cup of gel. For this you will need a cutting board, knife and spoon, plus measuring cup
  •  3/4 cup Isopropyl alcohol (or high-proof vodka like everclear)
  •  The essential oil of your choice. 10-15 drops 
  • 2oz. spray or squeeze bottle to put the sanitizer in. This recipe will yield about 1 cup of sanitizer. The remainder can be stored in a jar for refills.

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