Using a slower cooker or multi-cooker makes traditional herbal recipes easier to manage in today’s hustle and bustle lifestyle. When you marry modern technology’s tools with the wisdom of traditional herbalism, you get daily herbal nutrition and healing that’s easy to manage no matter how crazy-busy you are.
The seasons are changing, school is starting up and it’s time to take the reins of your health to prevent the colds and flu that are common in the winter months. This beverage is a tasty way to provide deep nourishment, soothe your nervous system and broadly support your immune system.
Making your own DIY sheet mask allows you to customize ingredients and indulge at a much lower cost. This soothing botanical based potion will refresh and hydrate thirsty skin.
This deliciously fresh and aromatic tulsi tea is perfect for the hot and dry months when you are craving something cooling and soothing.
This easy-to-make poison oak remedy can be used to as a rinse if you’ve brushed against poison oak, as well as a soothing spray after being affected by the plant. It’s also effective on poison ivy and poison sumac reactions.
Follow these simple directions to make herbal fruit leather. This is an herbal treat that even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy.
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.
Herbalist Rosemary Gladstar shows you how to make her famous homemade root beer. It’s so simple you can get a batch going today.
Spring is emerging! Is there a more exciting season? The days are getting longer, the birds are returning and Oh, the plants! The plants are beginning to peek out of their winter resting places. Every day feels like a new adventure in plant sightings. Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica), often simply called…
Sweet, chewy and crumbly in that quintessential soda bread way, this soda bread recipe marries the sweetness of figs with the aromatic and carminative loveliness of fennel seeds.