Herbal Respiratory Support

Winter can be harsh on the respiratory system. Everywhere we go, we hear people coughing! We need relief and we need it now!

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Quinoa, Veggie, and Herb Stuffed Pumpkin

Hello friends and happy holidays! Whether it‘s time with friends, family, or starting new traditions, this time of year means gathering together and eating savory food! I’ve put together a paleo friendly recipe geared towards health and great taste! May it become one of your traditional crowd pleasing sides.

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The Magic and Medicine of the Birch Tree

The birch tree is both magical and medicinal. It’s shrouded in a bit of mystery – my favorite kind of mystery. The mystery unfolds if we sit quietly at its feet and listen.

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Autumn Apothecary

The days are cooler and the nights are longer. It’s not all boots, scarves, incense, and pumpkin spice! Fill your herbal toolbelt with easy to make – and take – herbal remedies that ease cold and flu symptoms, kill viruses, and generally help our loved ones feel warm and cozy!

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Little Fall Is Here!

It’s “Little Fall!” I call the time when plants are telling us that the wheel of the year has turned, but the calendar still says summer Little Fall. Like a “tween,” little fall begins the changes that take the plants from active towards dormant.

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Summer Savvy Health Tips

Summer is here and it’s hot! With the heat and sun come sunburn, heat rash, heat exhaustion, and even heat stroke. We have easy solutions to all the common sun related ailments!

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Heaven’s to Betsy Healthy Chocolate Morsels

Chocolate – the word brings up visions of the waterfall at Willy Wonka’s factory, that commercial where the lady is biting into chocolate like it was her soulmate, a shared moment with a friend.

Chocolate is welcome at any gathering. Heavenly, heavenly chocolate. There are so many choices when it comes to buying chocolate, yes? There is good chocolate and bad chocolate….did I actually say there is bad chocolate? I sure did! Cheap chocolate with fillers and who knows ...

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Western Coltsfoot Monograph

 

Common name ~ Western Coltsfoot
Botanical Name ~ Petasites frigidus var. palmatus
Family ~ Asteraceae

Botanical Description:
Western coltsfoot flower stalks emerge just before or with new leaves from the rhizomes in late February to early March in the Pacific Northwest, generally speaking. Flowers are hairless achenes the seeds of which disperse in the ...

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