Making natural incense is as easy as a stroll through your garden, forest, or local park. Just follow these easy instructions!Continue Reading → Share
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!Continue Reading → Share
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 ...Continue Reading → Share
Who doesn’t love a good truffle, amiright?! Eating a chocolatey herbal truffle while lounging in a tub resplendent with the dreamy scents and fizzy goodness of bath truffles is ecstasy as I see it. Throw in some meditation music and a nice candle and you have the makings of heaven on earth. Guess what, my friends? Bath truffles (the throw-in-your-bathtub kind) are super easy to make and quick to boot!
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Sail through the winter healthy and ready to enjoy the season with Fire Cider in your apothecar
. Adaptogenic herbs and lifestyle adjustments can make all the difference! Fire Cider is one of your best bets to have on hand to stay healthy when everyone around you is dropping with viruses.
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It’s harvest time again! That means cool nights, warm sunny days. It means brilliantly colored leaves that float to the ground. Spooky fog that lingers through morning and drifts over the land in the evening. Flannel everything and boots are brought out and shined up for the occasion. Pumpkins are selected and carved. Apples are being pressed. Oh the smells and feels of pumpkin spice season!Continue Reading → Share
Perceived mistakes can turn out to be some of society’s more beneficial inventions. Take tea bags, for instance. In June of 1908, a tea dealer by the name of Sullivan sent samples of teas to customers in small silk pouches. The customers didn’t understand what to do with the bags, and reputedly dunked them in hot water. Viola! Tea bags were invented! Thank you, Mr. Sullivan. You sure did make brewing tea on the go easier.
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Who doesn’t love a nice cup of creamy spicy tasting chai on a cold winter day? Our version of chai not only fortifies your senses; it’s super warming, and will strengthen the immune system, calm the nerves, and gets the digestive system ready for hearty winter meals! Chai spice is not only for drinking though, read more to find out what else you can do with this exotic blend of spices and herbs!
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I love making quiche from wild greens. When we harvest healthy wild greens from unsprayed areas, the plants are so nourishing to us and our loved ones. It’s another layer of getting the medicine to the people in a way that they will love to eat! Cooking for people is one of my favorite things to do. My man builds houses all ...Continue Reading → Share