Let's learn how to make a tincture from your Christmas/Yule tree! Fir trees in particular have an affinity for the lungs making this an excellent addition to your home apothecary.
Conifer and Wild Berry Tonic Syrup is a great way to incorporate bright flavors into the dark days of winter and give your body a boost while you're at it.
Fir Tree Cough Syrup Two Ways. It doesn't matter if you're new to the craft or an experienced witch, you can do this.
Are you looking for a simple, ancestral remedy to colds and coughs? Do you ever wish, in the middle of summer, that you could recapture winter and hold it close for a few days? Have you ever tried to drink a Christmas tree? You should. And I have four simple recipes to help you do it.
Learn the most frequently used types of herbal preparations for stocking your home apothecary.
Before your lips crack open this winter, whip up a batch of this Calendula Honey Lip Treatment.
Your first defense for simple illnesses should come at home, usually from the kitchen. Today I'm going to teach you how to make a poultice for coughs and chest congestion.
Making an herbal tincture is the easiest thing in the herbal world. It is often one of the first projects that a kitchen witch will tackle.
Making an herbal honey is one of the easiest things you can do. It's also a great first kitchen witchery project! If you have kids, or partners, who are resistant to the taste of herbal remedies, an infused honey is a great way to bring them around. Easier than an herbal syrup, you only need three things: herbs, honey, and time.
The spell is a simple tea, mostly chamomile, inspired by the book to help her sleep.