This is a little different than your average cup of tea. It is a very concentrated, very potent cup of medicine and magick.
Nettle is very much a mothering herb. She teaches us to respect the world around us, to slow down, and to really get to know the plants we seek. And she bites us if we are too rash, overly familiar, or not paying attention to what our plant allies are telling us. Protection and Boundaries. At the same time she is nourishing, one of the most nutritive plants we come across. Healing and Love. Let’s not forget that mothers are also resilient, keeping a clean home and multiplying anything that is brought to them. Inner Strength, Purification, and Abundance. Keep reading to learn even more about Nettle and all of her magickal and medicinal attributes, including history, holistic uses, and simple spells.
Yarrow tea can be consumed on its own or in any number of blends designed for certain remedies. Learn all about this beneficial steep and find find your favorite blend.
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.
Lemon Balm, like so many other famous healers, comes from the mint family. It has a citrus-y scent and flavor that lends it just as easily to culinary applications as it does to medicinal and magickal ones.
There are as many varieties of basil as there are ways to use. Come explore all the surprising culinary, medicinal, and magickal properties of basil with me.
Long before ancient herbalists started singing its praises, coriander was already a world traveling superstar. Dig deeper into your herbal education with coriander.
Lavender is a wonderful little flower with BIG properties. It can be used in culinary, magickal, and medicinal applications. Teas, syrups, desserts, tinctures, washes, oils, incense, charms, and spells. Lavender does it all.
Please join us on this slightly different Digging Deeper post as I take my daughters foraging into the wild for blackberries.