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Thyme

Thyme

Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is not just your average herb. With roots deeply entrenched in the Mediterranean soil, it has journeyed through centuries, from ancient Egypt to Roman baths, and now to our modern kitchens and medicine cabinets. Its rich history is matched only by its complex flavor profile, making it a staple in culinary and herbal traditions around the world.

Yarrow

Yarrow

Yarrow, known scientifically as Achillea millefolium, is a versatile and resilient herb, celebrated for its myriad of uses in traditional herbalism, gardening, and even in folklore.

Butterfly Pea

Butterfly Pea

Butterfly pea (Clitoria ternatea), a plant as enchanting as its namesake, carries a plethora of surprises within its vivid blue petals. This tropical vine, belonging to the Fabaceae family, is not only cherished for its striking appearance but also for its multifaceted use in culinary, medicinal, and cosmetic applications.

Tea For Imbolc

Tea For Imbolc

Imbolc, celebrated on February 1st, marks the midpoint between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. It’s a time when the first signs of spring gently nudge the earth awake. In many traditions, Imbolc is associated with the Celtic goddess Brigid, revered for her connection to fire, healing, and poetry.

Heal-All: Prunella Vulgaris

Heal-All: Prunella Vulgaris

Nestled in meadows, lawns, and wild spaces, Heal-All, or Prunella vulgaris, is a perennial herb that’s been a staple in traditional medicine across the globe. It’s a member of the mint family, but unlike its more famous relatives, it doesn’t shout for attention. Yet, its uses and benefits are remarkable, earning it names like ‘Self-Heal’ and ‘All Heal’.

Winter Embrace: Herbal Tea Blend

Winter Embrace: Herbal Tea Blend

Winter Embrace herbal tea blend is perfect to get us through what seems like the longest part of the winter season. Give it a try!

Catnip

Catnip

Historically, Catnip was a go-to herb in traditional European medicine. It was used for everything from treating colic in babies to being a kitchen staple. There’s an old saying, “If you set it, the cats will eat it; if you sow it, the cats won’t know it.” This saying hints at Catnip’s dual nature – both a playful treat for cats and a valuable herb for humans.

Slippery Elm

Slippery Elm

In the world of herbal remedies, there exists a special category of plants known as demulcents, and today, our botanical spotlight is on one of the most renowned demulcents in the herbal kingdom: Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra). This remarkable herb, with its mucilaginous nature and 

Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) is more than just a pretty face in the plant world. Its citrus-scented leaves have been a staple in the culinary and medicinal herb garden for centuries.

Pearly Everlasting

Pearly Everlasting

Pearly Everlasting, is a perennial herb found in the landscapes of North America. Known for its charming, small, white flowers that resemble pearls, this herb doesn’t get the love that some of the more “common” herbs do and I would like to change that.