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.
Cedarwood and Sage Winter Bath Soak Recipe
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.
What is Witch Hazel For? Make Your Own Useful Extract
In this blog post, we will answer the question what is witch hazel for as well as other questions about this valuable herb. We will explore what this herb is, what it does, how to use it, and even how to make your own witch hazel extract.
Autumn Olive Berries: An Amazing Superfood
Autumn olive berries are a magical fruit that can be found in the fall months. These berries have been used to make teas and jellies, and fruit leathers, but they also serve as an herb for maintaining overall health. In this blog post, we’ll talk about identifying, harvesting, and enjoying the many benefits of Autumn Olive Berries.
Goldenrod Tea: The Magic of a Joyful Ritual
In a world where we often find ourselves feeling overwhelmed or stressed, it’s important to take time for joy. Goldenrod tea is the perfect way to do this because of its uplifting qualities and sunny yellow color that makes us feel happy just looking at it. Learn how and why you should brew some of this liquid joy today!
Wild Harvesting – 5 Easy to Find Fall Edibles
This blog post will guide you through the process of wild harvesting in the fall. This season is typically when many plants that are edible go into dormancy, but it’s important to know that there are still many edible and medicinal plants that can be harvested now. We’ll also discuss what tools to bring with you when out on a harvest.
Lamb’s Quarters & Wild Mushroom Quiche
This crustless quiche made with lamb’s quarters and wild foraged mushrooms is going to rock your world!
Goldenrod vs Ragweed: One Benefits Pollinators, One Causes Allergies
Goldenrod vs ragweed. One attracts pollinators and one causes allergies. Know the difference!
Surprising Jewelweed Plant: Identification, Uses, and Benefits
Find out what jewelweed plant is (AKA Touch-me-not), how to identify it in the wild or in your garden, and some of its many medicinal uses.
Amazing Saint John’s Wort Plant: Identification, Benefits, Uses
This article discusses the identification, benefits, and uses of Saint John’s wort plant Also discussed are how to use this medicinal plant in your own herbal medicine.
Small Batch Wild Black Raspberry Jam Recipe
This recipe for small batch wild black raspberry jam is my favorite because it only has three ingredients and no pectin. All you need are raspberries, granulated white sugar, and lemon juice.
Elderflower Wine: The Delicious Essence of Summer
Capture the essence of summertime with this easy elderflower wine ricipe that’s super simple to make.
Yellow Trout Lily Uses, Identification, and Habitat
Believe it or not, there are many yellow trout lily uses. From being an ancestral food source to having many medicinal properties. This is a little talked about plant that In my opinion deserves more attention.
The Ultimate Guide to Foraging for Ramps
One of the first things I look forward to in early spring is foraging for ramps. They’re nutritious, delicious , and versatile as to its culinary uses.
Foraging Garlic Mustard Weed: A Delicious Invasive
An unassuming wild green with a delicious peppery flavor, garlic mustard weed is an excellent plant to start foraging.
Wild Edible Foods and Ancestral Eating
Today, many herbalists know that ancestral eating contributes significantly to our overall health and wellbeing and believe that the food we consume IS medicine.