Balm of Protection is a blend that makes use of the gifts of Saint John’s Wort to lift depression and both define and strengthen one’s energy field and the gift of Wood Betony to center and ground one’s energy. Coupled with frankincense, copaiba balsam, vetiver, and yarrow, this balm is all about offering protection to those who need to be a little less expansive and open.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
This tea blend is a gentle, nourishing tea for courage and resilience. This blend combines food-like, adaptogenic, and tonic herbs.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
I have to tell you that by far the most popular sprinkle that people have loved the most is my Red Powder Herbal Sprinkle. It didn’t start out with the name Red Powder; my family would just say, “Hey, pass the red powder, would ya?” So the name stuck. It is definitely a favorite at our table.Read More
The self-love phenomenon that’s sweeping our culture right now is awesome because it is encouraging everyone to prioritize what feels good for them. Now, obviously this doesn’t always mean shopping sprees and trips to the coast. Sometimes self-love is just cozying up with a book and a cup of tea. (For me anyway.)Read More
Modern Herbalists have been rediscovering Chamomile, this sunny member of the daisy family, and falling in love all over again. Chamomile helps settle the nerves, easing anxiety and depression as well as soothing the digestive system.Read More
We loved good, hearty foods that warm you through and through. South Americans, sandwiches that marry the flavors of the American Southwest with the pure joy of a good Sloppy Joe, fit the bill. It turns out, they’re a regional comfort food.Read More
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