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An Herbalist's Holiday and Winter Travel Essentials

by Aisling Badger December 17, 2019

Traveling is always exciting until the first realization that you aren't at  your best, and you are without your usual home comforts. An occasional  headache, situational indigestion, or occasional motion sickness, situational sleeplessness, or an immune system that needs a boost can have you feeling out of sorts in no time.
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Herbal Recipes for Thanksgiving

by Aisling Badger November 19, 2019

herbal holiday recipes excerpt

It's the time of year when many of the simple joys of life become the heart and center of this season; spending time with family and friends, the coziness of winter, warm fires, mugs of mulled wine, and lovingly prepared meals. 

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Moonlight, magic, and the harvest

by Guido Masé October 16, 2019

Guido mase wormwood photo

As fall moves on, some folks complain that the days get short. But think about the longer nights! You can feel them now. When the moon is full, the arc it traces lasts from sunset to sunrise, instead of getting drowned out early by the insistent, enthusiastic July sun. We get the full harvest moon, shining over the fields with its gift of extra light to gather the grain.

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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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Winter Wellness Legends

by Guido Masé January 31, 2019

Rowanberry Excerpt

Growing up on the sunny side of the Alps, on the gentle slopes that would run down into the fertile valleys of northern Italy, I listened to the fairytales and lore of a people who had lived in those craggy mountains for thousands of years.

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