Winter Skin Care

Herbal SkinCare

Wintertime, for many of us, brings cold and dry air.  This air can be harsh on our skin and make it dry out.  Cracked, dry skin with painful small sores are not uncommon in the wintertime.   We’ve got three products that are popular among our customers with skin conditions, … Continue reading

How YOU Use LivCare

LivCare

LivCare is one of our herbal detoxification products.  Popular amongst those with liver and gallbladder concerns, it contains Sarsaparilla Root, Dandelion Root, Burdock Root and Chamomile Flowers in a base of Kosher Vegetable Glycerine and Reverse Osmosis Water. Here’s how YOU use this great product!  “I did the worm out cleanse including Kyolic … Continue reading

Burdock, the precursor to Velcro????

Burdock blog

Did you know that velcro was inspired by an herb?   Burdock is covered in hooks similar to velcro.   The inventor of velcro noticed how those hooks stuck to his clothing and invented the hook and loop system we all know so well today!  It is this ability to “hook” onto … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Pau D’Arco

HOTD Pau D'Arco FB

In the rain forests of South America grows a beautiful towering tree up to 125 feet high.  This is the tabebuia avellanedae or Pau D’Arco tree.  The inner bark of this tree has been a staple in Amazonian medicine chests for centuries and is rapidly gaining popularity in Western Medicine.  The wood … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Burdock

HOTD Burdock

Burdock is a common weed which is said to have inspired the invention of velcro.  In 1941 Swiss engineer George de Mestral noticed the burrs of burdock sticking to his dog’s fur and to his own clothing.  After researching the composition of the burrs, he developed velcro based on the … Continue reading

Herb of the Day- Red Clover

Clover is a plant that many people are often surprised has medicinal benefits.  Known best as a rapidly growing feed source for livestock, or the pollen source for honey, this beautiful plant is also a useful herb.

Clover is a plant that many people are often surprised has medicinal benefits.  Known best as a rapidly growing feed source for livestock, or the pollen source for honey, this beautiful plant is also a useful herb.  We get to benefit from its rapid growth and amazing properties.  The flower … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Chamomile {A Soothing Herb}

Chamomile

Chamomile is known as one of the most popular teas in the world. Its wonderful calming nature has made it a common fixture in many bedtime routines. Just as Peter Rabbit’s mother gave him chamomile when he was feeling ill, it is commonly given to children for irritability or stomach … Continue reading