Herb of the Day: Top 6 Herbs for Women’s Health Week!

Top6HerbsFor Women's Health

Women’s Health Week starts tomorrow so we thought this would be a good time to introduce you to some of our favorite herbs for Women’s Health.  Herbalists have been using herbs for centuries to help with things such as: menstrual difficulties, infertility, pregnancy support, cramps, and breastfeeding. In no particular … Continue reading

Top 5 Must-Haves for a Natural First-Aid Kit

Natural 1st Aid Kit

Every home should have a well-stocked first-aid kit with the essentials to cover minor injuries and illnesses.  Beyond the basics of bandages and gauze there are a few natural/ holistic products that are great to have on hand and  versatile. #1- Soothing Salve This is probably our best multi-tasking product. … Continue reading

How to: Be Prepared for Spring Allergies

Tips ForSpring AllergyRelief

Does a field of blooming Spring flowers make you want to dance for joy or run for the tissue box?   For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, Springtime can be ROUGH. Itchy eyes, runny nose, sore throat, and overall feeling sick is no fun when you could be enjoying … 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

The Top Herbs For Fall

Top Herbs For Fall (1)

What is your favorite scent of fall?  Is it the smell of crisp air and dried leaves, roasting pumpkins, warm cinnamon?  Fall brings along so many wonderful experiences and Holidays.  Unfortunately, it also brings along a lot of sickness, schedule changes, and stress.   There are many herbs that are … Continue reading

Identify Common Wild Herbs With Your Kids

Plaintain, yellow dock, dandelion, coltsfoot how to identify with kids

Do you enjoy going on walks and hikes with your family?  Why not start learning about herbs while you’re out! Your kids will get a kick out of being able to identify wild herbs and will enjoy sharing their knowledge with friends!  Bring along a notebook and let your kids … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Nettle {Allergy Relief}

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For most of the US, allergy season is swooping in to sweep you off your feet with a series of sneezing fits. The herb most commonly associated with treating allergy symptoms is nettle. The leaves contain a quality that blocks histamine receptors – just like common medications, but without the … Continue reading