Herbalism

How To: Make Ginger Garlic Rosemary Homemade Cough Syrup

How To: Make Ginger Garlic Rosemary Homemade Cough Syrup

Shanae December 5th, 2021 0 minute read Herbalism | Tutorials

6 Herbs for Your Nervous System Health

6 Herbs for Your Nervous System Health

Shanae October 17th, 2021 2 minute read Herbalism

Plant medicine is so useful - and especially useful for nervous system health. Many plants have medicinal values that can help us get through our days. Be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin any herbal regimen. Some herbs can contraindicate with ... more »

Herb of the Month: Mullein, Best Cough Remedy

Herb of the Month: Mullein, Best Cough Remedy

Shanae September 19th, 2021 2 minute read Herbalism

On our Instagram page we've been sharing the medicinal benefits of Mullein, a beautiful plant with furry green leaves and a center stalk that blooms bright yellow flowers. It's like nature's torch.  The plant is so sturdy, herbalists have ... more »

Herb of the Month: Moringa + We're Releasing A New Moringa Tea

Herb of the Month: Moringa + We're Releasing A New Moringa Tea

Shanae August 2nd, 2021 4 minute read Herbalism

Later this month we're releasing Mo C.R.E.A.M., our new moringa mint tea. The exact release date is August 20 - mark your calendar! A few of our most dedicated customers have asked us to make a moringa tea, so I filed it away in the back of my mind and ... more »

Herb of the Month: Chicory Root

Herb of the Month: Chicory Root

Shanae July 11th, 2021 2 minute read Herbalism

Chicory root is probably best known for its properties as a coffee substitute.  Yeah, that's right.  Most people make their own coffee substitutes using the root of the beautiful blue flower, Chicory. When roasted, chicory root takes an acidic ... more »

Herb of the Month: Ginger, Why It's Great and How We Use It

Herb of the Month: Ginger, Why It's Great and How We Use It

Shanae April 7th, 2021 2 minute read Herbalism

Ginger is bae. For real. To prove it, this month, we're going to go deep into ginger herbal remedies and look closely at ginger root cuz why not? Roots are these starchy, sweet substitutes that our ancestors probably used before we had refined sugars (that ... more »