Herb of the Day: Garlic~ Good for more than keeping away Dracula!

HOTD Garlic

Nothing smells or tastes quite like garlic.  Cooks like it for its flavor and you’ll find garlic in culinary preparations from around the world.  Garlic is full of health benefits which can be received either through consuming the garlic in food or using the garlic in herbal preparations.  Full of … Continue reading

Essential Oils 101

EO 101

Our products are primarily herbal based.  We use a 3 stage Liquid Light process to extract nutrients and healing qualities from herbs in order to make our formulas.  Several of our formulas are also made with essential oils.  While essential oils offer some similar qualities to herbal extracts, they’re created … Continue reading

A Primer On Eco-Friendly Camping (and herbal remedies/ essential oils to bring along!)

Camping 101

  There’s nothing quite as nice as spending a few days camping.  Studies have shown that tent camping can help to regulate your sleep cycles and significantly decrease stress.  With summer in full-swing, this is really the perfect time to head to a campground and enjoy relaxing family time. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

Mommy Must Have: Hear No Evil

Ear aches are one of the most common childhood ailments and can be rough for kids to deal with. Sleepless nights, crankiness, and irritability often accompany ear pain leaving any child (or adult) with lots of discomfort. Hear No Evil is here to help!  This is one of our top sellers … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Yarrow

HOTD Yarrow

This pretty plant is a favorite among both herbalists and birds!  Many birds use yarrow as a lining in their nest.  Use of this plant in nests helps to repel parasites and mosquitoes from the nest.  Humans have used yarrow for quite some time to stop bleeding and heal wounds. … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Black Cohosh

Black Cohosh HOTD

Black Cohosh is aptly named due to the extremely dark, snack like rhizomes which the plant grows.  It is these roots which are prized by herbalists primarily for use with menstrual and women’s health conditions.  Documented use of black cohosh dates back to the early 1700’s with Native Americans turning … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Peppermint

HOTD Peppermint

Mint is perhaps the flavor most commonly associated with the Holiday season.  The aroma of mint is everywhere this time of year.  A couple weeks ago we mentioned that typically spearmint, not peppermint is used in culinary preparations.  Herbalists tend to use peppermint more frequently than spearmint for a number … Continue reading

Ask Santa for These Winter Wellness Remedies

Santa Remedies

The Holidays are upon us. Time for family, friends, parties, too much food, and germs… so many germs!  Unfortunately, these illnesses aren’t going anywhere anytime soon- they’ll be here throughout the holiday season and all winter long!  We’ve got our top picks to ask Santa for this year so you … Continue reading

Herb of the Day- Mullein

TriLight Health's Herb of the Day: Mullein

So many of the herbs we cover in these posts are commonly written off as weeds.  Mullein is another one of these plants.  Brought over by colonists, this herb has spread nationwide and is one we’re sure you’ve seen!  Commonly found growing alongside highways and in nearly any open field, … Continue reading