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  • Maca Mystery & Magic

    Welcome to another Tea Time Tuesday post! Maca is today’s topic and perfect to cover this time of year. The Latin name for this amazing herb is Lep...
  • Sexy Times & Damiana Herb

    Damiana, botanically referred to as Turnera aphrodisiaca, has a long and wonderful history that dates as far back as the Maya Indians, where they o...
  • Passion Flower & The "Over-Thinker"

    Passion flower, botanically known as Passiflora incarnata, has a lot of history around the world. In Italy is was used to treat hyperactive childre...
  • "If anything is broken, use comfrey"

    Comfrey, also known as Symphytum officinale, is a wonderful herb for a variety of ailments and can be used both internally and externally. The part...
  • Rose Hips & Vitamin C!

    Rosa Canina, commonly known as Rose Hips, is another amazing plant with a long history in our materia medica. Originally “Rosa” came from the Greek...
  • Gymnema, is it the dieter's dream?

    November is Diabetes Awareness month and also the month for lots of yummy food, tasty drinks, and time for family and friends to get together. The ...
  • Milky Oats vs Oatstraw & Oatmeal

    One question I get a lot is “Are Milky oats the same as Oatstraw, oat groats or oatmeal?” The short answer is - not really. When you look into the ...
  • Linden and Heart Health Month

    Linden is such a beautiful tree and oh how I wish it grew in our area! So tall and flowery and when in bloom their sweet scent permeates the air. B...
  • Thyme, Turkey & Treason

    Thanksgiving is next week and that means “time” with family and friends but the history of Thyme, Turkey and Treason goes back thousands of years. ...
  • The Right Apothecary For You

    One of the more popular questions I have received this past year is "How do I build an apothecary?" This is usually followed by "I love yours and w...
  • Cloves and Pirate Ships

    Holidays around the corner and cooler temps are all around us. The seasons of spices and chai’s are knocking on the door so today we are going to t...
  • Sage and The Season

    The holidays are approaching and it’s a wonderful time to talk about a common yet powerful herb, our culinary Sage! For most people in North Americ...