Herb of the Day: Spirodela

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Today’s herb is a plant you have most likely seen & had no idea was used by herbalists.  Spirodela is also known as duckweed, a plant that appears in still water and is a favorite food for ducks and birds.  You have most likely seen duckweed growing in still ponds, lakes, … Continue reading

What Worms Love

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Parasites, just like you and I, have favorite foods, environments and activity levels.  In the last few weeks, we’ve been learning about what parasites are, where they come from, and common symptoms people with parasites experience.  Our Worm Out parasite cleanse helps the body to naturally rid itself of these … Continue reading

Essential Oils 101

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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!)

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  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

What is the difference between Homeopathy and Herbalism?

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Natural medicine is, no doubt, gaining popularity.  Many people are embracing alternatives and utilizing ancient forms of medicine for their families.  Herbalism and homeopathy are often mistaken as being the same thing.  While they do share some traits, they’re two very different forms.  TriLight products are herbal in nature, not … Continue reading

Homemade Herbal Valentine’s Ideas

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With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we wanted to give you a few ideas of easy, homemade gifts to make involving herbs. Herbal bath “tea”- Combine herbs such as rose petals, lavender, chamomile, linden, dandelion, nettle, and sage into a reusable muslin bag.  These make a delightful addition in a … Continue reading

Top 5 Ways to Nourish Dry Winter Skin

5 Ways to NourishYour SkinThis Winter

Dry winter air is rough on your lungs, hair and especially skin.  Winter air dries the skin out unlike anything else, we’ve got a few tips to help keep your skin soft all winter long! 1- Nourish your skin from the inside with nutrition.  Drink plenty of water (a general … Continue reading

Herbal Holiday Decoration Ideas

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Using herbs as part of your holiday decorations are a great way to add character, scent and create a truly unique decoration.  We’ve compiled a list of ideas from around the web for how to incorporate herbs this Holiday season. A classic simmer pot is always a lovely option for this time … Continue reading

Herbal Thanksgiving Ideas

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Early American settlers and Native Americans had a thorough understanding of how to use the herbs local to them both for flavoring and medicinal purposes.  Nowadays we may use sage, thyme or parsley in our Thanksgiving meal but likely don’t think to utilize herbs much beyond that.  This year we’re … Continue reading

Tips for Relief from Stomach Bugs

How To-Beat Stomach Bugs Fast!

It is the look and sound every parent dreads; a sudden pale white face, a groan and a full-speed run to the potty.  Stomach bugs have started going around in full force!  They seem to spread like wildfire as soon as the weather starts to cool off.   Fortunately there … Continue reading