After making my first batch of Candied Burdock Root, I got to thinking about what to do with the...Read More
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Most people know nettle by its lasting sting. One accidental brush against its bristly lines of hair causes burning, numbness and swelling for hours. The defending chemicals that cause the trouble are water soluble so nettle is safe to eat after drying, freezing or heating.Read More
Pickles are foods, like cucumbers or red onions, that have been submerged in an acid solution, usually vinegar in Western tradition but in Ayurveda lemon and citrus are often as not key acidifiers. Pickling veggies helps begin the breaking-down of their chemical structures and encourages enzymatic activity.Read More
Candace and Patrick reflect on their conversation with Katja and Ryn from Common Wealth Center for Holistic Herbalism. They talk a lot about what it’s been like to be in business and to be partners in life, including the ups and downs they’ve seen on the road.Read More
Gut Health is a big topic among herbalists. We spend all kinds of time talking about digestion with our clients, students, and amongst ourselves. Why is the heath of your intestinal tract so important?Read More
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