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Perhaps because it is the darkest time of year, or maybe because the Northlands become so cold, we find a richness of traditions, rituals, and legends from this season to keep our hearts bright and warm.
Here in the Northeast, we have settled into a cold winter. The freezing temps and whipping wind have us hunkered down near the woodstove, finding little reason to leave home.
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.