With no baking involved, these delicious no-bake energy bites are easy to whip up! We love them as an afternoon snack alongside a cup of roasted dandelion root herbal tea.
Here are six our our favorite healthy soup recipes. Packed with immune-supporting herbs and spices, they’ll warm you up and can even help keep colds and flu at bay.
Prevention is one of the most powerful herbal practices, one athletes can and should draw on. The key for athletes young and old is to focus on three core areas: staying energized, replenishing nutrients, and preventing oxidative stress. Discover 10 herbs for athletes, plus a tea recipe that can support your training and your life.
Make these festive and nourishing herbal gifts with the seasonal scent of evergreen trees! From body butter to lip balm, these homemade products will delight your friends and family.
These winter months offer the chance to slow down and sink into self-care and introspection. This recipe invites you to relax into a hot bath scented with the resinous aromas of evergreens. Start the bath water, put on your favorite music, light a candle, sink into the restorative water, drop in your bath bombs, and breathe.
Nourish your lips with this festive homemade lip balm. It will protect your lips from the harsh elements of winter while smelling like the rich and resinous boughs of an evergreen tree.
Sweet and creamy, this not-too-sweet dessert is loaded with flavor and nutrients! This version contains the same spices you commonly see in sweet potato pie, but has significantly less added sugar in the form of honey. This is a delicious dessert that can also stand in for breakfast.
One of my favorite cozy, indoor activities as a kid was coloring. Right now, as the weather is getting cooler, I thought it would be fun to gift you all with a sampler of the new herbs coloring book we created to go along with the updated edition of the Wildcraft! board game. In this…
From a dull ache to a raging inferno, sore throats can be one of the more uncomfortable symptoms of a cold or flu. Sipping hot teas and eating spicy soups both help to mitigate the pain, but there’s only so much liquid you can consume in a day! This herbal throat spray can be a convenient way to frequently get the herbs directly on the throat where they are most needed.
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.