7 Natural Solutions for Fatigue and Low Energy

by Aisling Badger May 25, 2021

Feeling tired and thinking about that 2 pm coffee? Dealing with a general sense of burnout and running on fumes? Herbs can help improve your energy, focus, and stamina.

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Digestive Bitters—5 things you need to know

by Urban Moonshine May 14, 2021

5 things to know about bitters

Herbal Medicine? Digestive Bitters? These terms often raise more questions than answers. Here are the top things you need to know about digestive bitters if you're bitter curious or just need a little reminder of why you were so excited to buy that bottle of bitters a few months ago

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Citrus Olive Oil Cake for the Spring Equinox

by Aisling Badger March 15, 2021

Citrus Bitters Olive Oil Cake

A favorite Olive Oil Cake with Vanilla Honey Butter Frosting. A lemony treat for springtime celebration.

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Welcoming Spring with Herbs

by founder, Jovial King March 11, 2021

welcome spring with herbs

Aww, springtime! One of the herbalist's favorite times of the year. It’s a time to dig fresh spring roots, marvel at the first courageous spring flowers and most of all increase the flavor of bitterness in your diet to flush out the stagnation of winter.

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Spring Tonics

by rachael keener February 24, 2021

spring tonics excerpt

Bitter and nutrient-packed greens come to life, and for those of us paying attention to nature’s hints, provide us with delicious and nutritious Spring tonics.

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Mood-Brightening Herbal Beverages for Late Winter

by Aisling Badger February 12, 2021

mood-brightening-beverages

These late winter months often tease us with spring like sunshine but mostly consist of snowstorms, freezing temps, and gray skies. Our moods tend to be a little all over the place, too, leaving our bodies in confusing states. As we await the arrival of spring, 

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Supporting each other, honoring the traditions

by Guest December 15, 2020

Interview with Ancestral Apothecary School

Like many of us, the visionaries at the heart of Ancestral Apothecary School have had a turbulent year. It is no small feat for herbalists, trained through deep, physical connection with the natural world, to move into the virtual domain of online classes: 

to continue their work, the teachers had to retool their curriculum, build a new teaching platform, and spend long hours in front of glowing screens...

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Soothing Digestive Recipes For The Holidays

by Aisling Badger November 30, 2020

UM Digestive Bitter Chews

Enjoy these two soothing digestive recipes made with Urban Moonshine Bitters this season. Your guests will leave your home well nourished, and comfortable after the holiday feast!

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November Things We Love

by Aisling Badger November 13, 2020

November Things we love

We have arrived in November, a true in-between time. The colorful leaves have fallen, the garden has been put to rest, and we are awaiting the first snowfall to make the landscape beautiful once again. We've gotten through an election, and we are still living through the stressful times of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Herbs for Respiratory Health

by Guido Masé October 08, 2020

Herbs for Respiratory Support

You can notice the change from the humid, vegetal smells of summer mornings to the crisp richness of autumn, at least here in Vermont. The dawn is much later too: now we step outside as the last stars fade, and the air has a trace of wood smoke from the first fires of the season. 

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August Things We Love

by Aisling Badger August 15, 2020

August things we love

August is all about slowing down to be present and savor the fleeting summer. Produce is at its peak, and the garden has become a bit wilder as we tend to weed less to try and keep up with the never-ending supply of vegetables. We’ve been busy preserving food, processing herbs, and indulging in outdoor meals.

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A Day In the Garden

by founder Jovial King July 14, 2020

jovial gardening excerpt

Go into the garden every day, no matter what. That's the promise I made at the start of the season. It will be a daily ritual, a practice to keep me in tune with the growth and health of the garden, and a sure way not to miss a bit of garden gossip.

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