Tinctures are a great and easy way to extract the vital, medicinal constituents of plants and make them more accessible to humans. This simple step-by-step guide will show you two methods of measuring, making, and prescribing herbal tinctures.
This easy natural remedy for cradle cap can be made with weeds foraged from your own backyard. Plaintain and red clover come together in an herbal oil that nourishes the scalp enough to stop cradle cap in it’s tracks. Tried and tested!
Combine the herbal benefits of lavender and lemon balm with the benefits of fermentation in this delicious, summery beer recipe. Easy to make at home!
It’s that time of the year again. While Spring brings in beautiful trees and blooming flowers, the warm temperatures send us outside to enjoy the sun after a long, cold Winter. We throw open the windows, get to work on our gardens, and, for many of us, suffer from allergies. I originally thought hay fever […]
Chaga is a fungi that has been used in herbal remedies for centuries. Read on to learn where to find it, when to harvest, and how to use chaga.
Ever look out across your yard and think there is just a bunch of weeds in your grass, maybe brambles on the side of the road. Or perhaps you see just weeds and such growing out in your pasture? Did you know that many of those ‘weeds’ are edible and medicinal? No? That is ok, […]