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by Vicki Kuskowski January 13, 2021

Immune Tonic vs Immune Zoom

Two fantastic immune products for different uses! This chart teaches your more about Immune Tonic and Immune Zoom.

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Expanding your palate and the 6 healing tastes

by Aisling Badger November 19, 2020

Expanding your palate and the 6 healing tastes

Have you ever had a craving for something and stopped to think about why you might be craving it? In holistic medicine, our cravings are viewed as signals for a deeper need that our body has; nourishment, energy, grounding, etc. 

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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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The Gut and Immune Connection

by Aisling Badger September 21, 2020

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You may have heard about the gut-brain connection and that the health of our bellies has an impact on our moods, but what about the gut's role in the health of our immune system? 

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Thriving In a Stressful World

by Guido Masé April 15, 2020

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You can learn a lot from the study of medicinal plants and mushrooms: how they carry their embodied selves, how they communicate, how they compete and (more often) support each other.

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8 Herbal Immune Support Protocols

by Aisling Badger March 10, 2020

Herbal Immunity

In the uncertain times that we live in, it is empowering and gratifying to know how to care for yourself and your community. As herbalists, our role has always been to empower people so that they feel confident in how to take care of their bodies...

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Echinacea, elderberry, and beyond

by Guido Masé January 21, 2020

Guido Elderberry

Embedded now in the colder months, our thoughts turn to comfort and wellness: during this time of year, that can often mean seeking out immune support. And if you look around at apothecaries and supplement shelves, you often see two plants featured prominently (and for good reason): elderberry (Sambucus species, we turn to the native S. canadensis) and echinacea (Echinacea purpurea, for the most part, though other species can be used as well). 

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Banana Bread with Immune Tonic

by Aisling Badger October 07, 2019

 Immune Tonic DIY

There’s something so comforting about banana bread. The smell of it baking and the warmth of the oven, especially as the seasons change and we spend more time indoors, cozying up. Changing seasons generally adds occasional stress to the body, so that’s a time when we start relying on Immune Tonic.

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The Joy of Mushrooms

by Guido Masé September 17, 2019

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I mostly remember the cool, dark mornings that turned, slowly, into day through the high evergreen canopy. We'd left well before dawn and were walking uphill through a forest of mature spruce with tracts of larch and hardwoods. Come fall, these would become golden veins running down the mountainside, but now everything was a deep green-black, and smelled like fairytale:

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Back to School with Herbs

by Aisling Badger August 23, 2019

Back To School With Herbs

As you and your family transition from summer activities into the regular routines of home and school life, it's a good time to take the health of your family into your own hands. 

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DIY Raw Honey and Herbs

by Aisling Badger January 17, 2019 1 Comment

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If you are looking for a creative way to keep with your herbal regimen, consider the easy solution of blending herbs and raw honey. Honey has long been called the food of the gods, or the elixir of life, and as herbalists, we understand why--there's nothing quite like the sweetness of honey, miraculously synthesized from the pollen and nectar of flowering plants...

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5 Ways To Be An Herbalist This Fall

by Aisling Badger October 24, 2018

Urban Moonshine Herbal Medicine Shelf

Autumn is the time to ground down and return to our inward selves. After the ethereal light and abundant days of summer, we start to prepare for the darker days ahead. It’s the best time of year to set intentions, get quiet, create and manifest dreams, and to re-commit to healthy habits...

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