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About the Author - Rosalee de la Forêt
Rosalee is an herbalist and author of the bestselling book "Alchemy of Herbs: Transform Everyday Ingredients Into Foods & Remedies That Heal." She’s a registered herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild and she teaches students from all over the world how to confidently use medicinal plants. Explore more herbs with Rosalee at her website, Herbs with Rosalee, where you can get her free course, How to Choose the Best Herb For You.
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Entries by Rosalee de la Forêt
For many herbalists, hawthorn is the first herb they think of for the heart. This hawthorn cordial recipe combines the nourishing qualities of hawthorn with delicious spices that help digestion.
Ready to level up your holiday cookie game? Try Rosalee’s nettle and rosehips holiday cookies. These salty and sweet cookies are nutrient-dense and taste delicious.
It may seem odd to include an apple recipe on an herb blog, but apples are powerful plant medicines. Enjoy the healing gifts of apples in this tasty Spiced Apple Bread Recipe.
Ginger is more than just a culinary herb, it can also boost your immune system. Here are 4 simple (and tasty!) ginger home remedies to help fight colds and flu.
Do you ever find yourself asking “What’s that plant good for?” Here’s how to take the guesswork out of herbalism and start getting results with herbs.
How do herbs soothe inflammation? And how can I add anti-inflammatory herbs to my daily routine? Check out this simple, science-backed hawthorn and tulsi tea recipe.
This super simple chive blossom vinegar captures the beauty and spice of chive flowers. Add this vinegar to your salad dressings, marinades, and more to promote healthy digestion.
I’ve been drinking gallons of this sweet and tart oxymel all year long. In this nutrient-dense herbal drink, hibiscus and tulsi combine to create a simple home remedy that protects the heart, soothes the nerves, and modulates the immune system.
Make your own tea blend with nourishing herbs for liver health. Turmeric, black pepper, and dandelion root shine in this tasty Love Your Liver tea blend — one of my favorite blends I’ve ever made!