Embracing the Ancient Wisdom of Plants and Herbalism
Traditional Plant Teachings – Discover how sacred plant wisdom is the secret to vibrant health. Come explore the time honored traditional teachings from the wisdom of our sacred plant ancestors.
In days past, women relied on simple wisdom, common sense, and pantries well-stocked with herbs to help their families with common ailments. With few exceptions, these herbal remedies were made from plants and herbs that grew in the kitchen garden or were gathered in fields and woods. People are again becoming aware of the importance of returning to the use of whole foods and healthy herbs in their lives. Here you can explore the natural world of plants & herbs to help you live a simpler and healthier life.
DOES ANY OF THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?
When wanting to learn about healing herbs, it can feel impossible to know where to begin. There are thousands of books and websites. There are even more herbs and remedies. How do you know where to start learning or which herb to use?The Outdoor Apothecary eliminates the overwhelm and makes learning about herbs simple. We believe that everyone should have access to the healing herbs that grow around them. There is no need to buy expensive supplements when you already have a powerful apothecary in your own kitchen, garden, or even in your yard.
Learn about all of the benefits of motherwort, a bold and nurturing herb.
The health benefits of stinging nettle and how to find, identify, harvest, and prepare them.
How to safely identify, forage, harvest, and prepare fiddlehead ferns.
Learn How To Identify, Harvest, And Use Staghorn Sumac – Plus 2 recipes.
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.
There’s no need to buy store-bought sodas when you can make your own homemade fermented sodas at home with ginger bug. This free-range culture is easy to catch and maintain so you can make probiotic sodas all year round.
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.
Elevate your bath by taking a relaxing soak with these 12 simple herbal bath tea recipes.
One of my favorite wild spring edibles is milkweed. You heard that right…milkweed is edible and delicious! When cooked up, they taste and have a similar texture to asparagus, and yes, you can harvest them sustainably without any harm to the Monarchs.
I’ve gathered twenty-five recipes from people around the country who are using wild edible weeds in ways that will surprise and delight you.
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.
There are many benefits of rosehip oil for your face. Today we will learn 8 amazing benefits of rosehip oil which will definitely have you wanting to make this incredible DIY moisturizer.