Recipe: Immune-Boosting Roots & Herbs Potage

potage!

Potage is a French word for thick soup. Just the thought of a bowl of hot nourishing soup as we head into autumn evokes thoughts of blankets wrapped around us to ward off the chill, fun with friends in front of an outdoor fire. Our roots and herbs potage is perfect for this time of year. So tasty and nutrient dense, it supports digestive, nerve, and immune health.

 

Roots and Herbs Potage

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Fresh Herb Salts!

 

When I’m teaching my apprentices, a thread that continues throughout the programs is how to get the medicine to the people in ways that they will enjoy taking. There are times when an alcohol tincture can’t or won’t be ingested for a variety of reasons. People may not like the taste of herbal teas if they’re used to coffee, soda, energy drinks and such. How do we get our people to ingest herbal medicine when they think it’s all just ...

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Winter Herbal Remedies

clusterdockIt was a dark and stormy night. That’s how all exciting stories begin, isn’t it? Our story begins with the advent of the cold and flu season. Dark and stormy days turn to dark and stormy nights, with us fragile folk heading indoors for warmth and comfort. As we breathe in the warm inside air, we also breathe in each other’s colds and flu viruses. What to do? What to do? Come with ...

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