Tulsi, also called Holy Basil, is one of Ayurveda’s greatest plant allies…one the rest of the world has embraced joyfully. This spicy little plant has enjoyed a long history…Read More
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Tulsi’s core energy is about creating balance and making space for balance. In general, longer use of Tulsi and Tulsi formulations have proven more effective than short durations in prevention of digestive and other complaints, making Tulsi a good daily choice for a lifetime but not a bad friend in a pinch.Read More
In many ways, Tulsi works at a more subtle level, helping the body, mind, and spirit make more room and capacity for what you want to carry and kicking out what’s no longer useful, including emotions and thoughts that have stagnated or weighed you down. Tulsi’s motion is one of…Read More
What do Holy Basil, Tulsi, and Sacred Basil have in common? They're all names for the same herb, Ocimum sanctum. […] Read this article and all of our other Herbal Nerd Society Content. Become a Member Today. Join Us Here....Read More
Research has shown that oats represent a sound unbroken link to our herbal lineage. A solid one-third of my herbal library refers to oats as a trophorestorative; soothing, nourishing and nervine. The message is steady and consistent, much like Avena herself: Take peace, take comfort, take strength.
Here are some of the ways I roll with oats, Avena sativa…Read More
Adaptogens are a class of herbs that help us adapt to stress. Not all Herbalists agree on what makes an adaptogen. Some of us consider herbs that help any system of the body establish and maintain balance to be adaptogen in nature.Read More
Rhodiola rosea has been in use for centuries, yet it’s a relative new-comer to modern herbal practice in the Western world. Although it’s new to many of us, Rhodiola’s entrance into modern practice could not be more well-timed.Read More
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