Identifying and honoring “sacred” places in our lives, and bringing plants into the ritual of celebration, is a traditional tool that builds life and resilience wherever it is employed, helping to protect endangered botanical species and preserve sensitive ecologies.
Building your own herbal apothecary is one of the great joys of being an herbalist.
In the uncertain times that we live in, it is empowering and gratifying to know how to care for yourself and your community.
Meet some medicinal herbs that can keep you healthy all year long.
Care for yourself this winter with these mood lifting beverages.
We’ve known for a long time that primates (humans included) use plants medicinally, but insect self-medication is a relatively new discovery. This observation is remarkable in and of itself: these wooly bears are behaving like herbalists, seeking out medicinal species to treat their infection.
We created some DIY recipes, shared below, and paired them with a few of our favorite products. Gifting with intention has been our theme this year, and it seems especially important these days, as we live in such challenging times. As herbalists, we love to give herbal gifts, and what better way than to gift something with the idea of good health behind it, made with love, and from your own home. These gifts are unique and are always well loved.
Traditional Medicinals, a leading seller of wellness teas, recently acquired the assets of Burlington-based Urban Moonshine, an herbal lifestyle brand best known for organic bitters and herbal tonics...
Over the last two decades we have seen interest in digestive bitters continue to grow. This is fantastic, and we’re hoping it indicates an increasing appreciation...
Within the delicate balance of human physiology, there is a fine line between feeling grateful and feeling burnt out. There have been so many times in my clinical practice when I hear a similar story...
Antimicrobial resistance has followed on the heels of drug development since the very beginning –-in fact, since before penicillin was ever released to the general public.
No refrigeration is required, and we make two TSA-approved sizes. Here are a few pro suggestions for creating healthy habits: keep a digestive bitter spray in your purse at all times—that way if you are eating out, you always have a remedy for an upset tummy, gas & bloating or occasional heartburn.
Feeling a little maxed out with the summer eating and drinking activities? Take a few days to simplify, make space for creativity, reset digestion and cultivate healthy habits again.