Foraging and wildcrafting means using what nature gives us – Wild plants are abundant, flourishing in fields, meadows, woodlands, the seaside, and in your own backyard!
These plants teach us about healing and nourish those who have a calling to walk the green path. Learn how to safely and positively identify wild edible herbs and plants and how to use them.
Here you’ll learn about wild plants that can be used for food and medicine. I will share my favorite wild edible food foraging recipes made from wild “weeds” and plants that grow in our backyard gardens and in forested areas. You’ll learn how to make delicious edible, medicinal, and healthy recipes with what grows naturally around us.
Make this truly amazing and simple pine needle cough syrup, in just a matter of minutes! This natural remedy is made by mixing a super concentrated pine tea with raw, local honey. The result is a thick, soothing and delicious syrup that can be used for both adults and children.
Identifying wintergreen, as well as its benefits and uses. Learn the challenges in foraging for this herb and tips on how to avoid common mistakes.
Many people are unaware of the health benefits of mullein and regard it as a plant to eradicate from their landscape. The truth, however, is that mullein has many health benefits and is a favorite of many herbalists for its uses and versatility.
While there aren’t as many options of wild plants that you can eat during this time, there are at least 9 plants that I’ve had good success in foraging during a long New England winter.
I’m going to share with you a super simple recipe for dandelion jelly that has become an early spring favorite in my family. In fact, I like to put up a few jars to open in the winter months as a little reminder that spring isn’t really that far away.
Make this dual-extract Usnea tincture recipe to have on hand when you feel a cough or cold coming on or In times of acute immune response. Usnea is most effective when taken in the form of a dual-extract tincture.
This evergreen forest bath salt is my very favorite bath soak recipe for winter. Luxurious Dead Sea salt is combined with other therapeutic salts along with the grounding and antimicrobial nature of pine needles, cedar, juniper, and sage for a relaxing bath.
Learn to create your own Pine Needle Infused Honey, a perfect mix of medicinal pine and soothing honey. Ideal for flu season, sore throats, and culinary delights.
Made with sacred medicine and infused with the scent of pine, this salve is a healer. It can be used for everything from soothing insect bites to healing wounds. Learn how to make a healing Earth medicine salve by blending pine resin with other healing ingredients.
Unlock the Secrets of New England Aster plants: Learn to identify, explore its uses, and harness its medicinal potential in our comprehensive guide to this vibrant native plant.
Explore the world of Black-eyed Susan Medicinal Uses: Uncover the healing secrets hidden in these common wildflowers. Discover their historical significance and therapeutic potential.
Explore the healing secrets of New England Aster tincture in this journey of ancestral wisdom and respiratory wellness. Learn how to craft this herbal remedy and reconnect with nature’s power.
Discover the natural remedy you need for digestive comfort with New England Aster tea. Explore its soothing benefits and learn how to incorporate this native plant into your wellness routine.
Discover the enchanting world of besom crafting – from choosing unique branches to crafting your own witch’s broomstick. Explore step-by-step instructions and embrace the magic of your personalized besom.