It's summertime, and as herbalists, it's our favorite time of year. Everyone moves at a slower, more relaxed pace, and we spend more time outside being active, enjoying the lush paradise of the outdoors. We're eating fresh food straight from our gardens, and local farms, and our favorites herbs, and flowers are blooming.
These simple snacks are packed with fuel for on the go, before your workout or even just an afternoon pick me up. We combine the power of superfoods and herbs and offer a healthy alternative to a sugar-packed energy drink or shot. The secret ingredient: our herbal adaptogen formula, Energy Tonic™!
If you are looking to spend more time outside connecting to nature--growing herbs is a great place to start, and the benefits of gardening are plenty! The health of our bodies not only come from what we put into them, but also from what we experience around us.
Having herbal vinegar on hand allows us to infuse our favorite herbs into our everyday meals in a quick + tasty way. They add a medicinal kick to salad dressings, or on grain dishes and greens, or are delicious mixed with sparkling water for a drink called a “shrub.”
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!
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...
An immune-supporting, nutritive and medicinal broth that's perfect for using in soups or enjoying on its own.
These nutritionally packed, herbal treats are one of our favorite things to have on hand and only take a few minutes to make.
Connecting sun, plants and water by making sun tea is one of the easiest ways to bring herbalism into your life during the summer months.
Smoothie bowls are the perfect summer breakfast because you can use up any fresh or frozen produce you have laying around, and pack them full of nutritious offerings such as leafy greens, nuts and seeds, and, of course, herbs. This one features our Simmer Down Tonic.