Abi Huff is an ever-evolving community and clinical herbalist, educator, medicine maker, intuitive life strategist, healing justice organizer, and overall plant nerd. We discuss ancestral herbalism, being a politicized herbalist, food as medicine, and herbs for the nervous system.
Having an effective facial cleanser is a must-have part of any skincare routine. Learn how to make The Queen of Hungary’s water, a gentle cleanser that draws on the healing gifts of rose and chamomile to tone and nourish the skin.
Elderberry can ward off upper respiratory infections and shorten the duration of colds and flu. This simple recipe for elderberry syrup can empower the health of you and your loved ones.
Is your family struggling with seasonal allergies? Kids and adults alike will love these delicious elderflower popsicles that offer relief for persistent seasonal allergies.
CoreyPine Shane is a Holistic Clinical Herbalist who founded the Blue Ridge School of Herbal Medicine. He is the author of Southeast Medicinal Plants: 106 Wild Herbs for Health and Wellness.
Welcome in the radiant joy of spring with this rich, uplifting elixir. This heart-gladdening vinegar makes a delicious addition to cocktails, mocktails, salads, and more.
Jocelyn Boreta is an herbalist and co-founder of the Botanical Bus, a bilingual mobile herb clinic serving Latinx and Indigenous farm workers in Sonoma County.
What if your lawn was full of herbs that could heal your family, support pollinators, and nourish the soil? Here’s how growing common herbs like dandelions and chickweed in your lawn can support the health of your family and the planet.
Do you feel intimidated by growing your own herbs? Here’s how to start an herb garden with five healing, easy-to-grow herbs.
Yes, they sure do! Learn how aphrodisiac herbs can empower your most sensual self and indulge in a mug of Love Drunk Drinking Chocolate.