Monarda has been used for a variety of respiratory and digestive complaints through the ages. It’s got some of the same chemical constituents as Thyme, one of my personal favorites for defeating some of the really tough cold/flus my family has faced over the past decadeRead More
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As a Family Herbalist of any level, it’s helpful to have a basic understanding of the doshas, or constitutional types, Ayurveda defines. They are essentially archetypes we herbalists can use to make the best choices for ourselves and our families,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
I’ve been using Atlas Cedarwood essential oil in my Gear Defender disinfectant spray and other disinfectant blends for a few years. It’s warm, woody scent offers a wonderful grounding base note to those blends while enhancing the anti-microbial aspects of the other essential oils. I’ve thought of Atlas Cedarwood as a partner in those blends.Read More
Wouldn’t you love to avoid getting sick this year?
Electuaries are one of my favorite easy herbal remedies. They’re simple enough you can engage the whole family in creating them, or you can go it alone like I do and think of it as a meditation of sorts.Read More
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
Herbal Nerd Society exclusive content: Jason Scott explains how to blend magical spagyric mushroom extracts into healing herbal formulas.Read More
Rosalee de la Forêt, herbalist and author of the best selling book, The Alchemy of Herbs spends time sharing with Herb Nerd Society members about a delicious herbal option that is growing in popularity. Oxymels used to be considered old-fashioned medicine.Read More
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