We are promoting #functionalherbalism with our newest line of glycerite simples. Add them to your tea, stir fry, and on top ice cream. Take them straight for a mid day treat. These tasty herbals are medicinal strength and aimed to bring the love into daily rituals. Start thinking and using herbs not just as medicines, but things to be enjoyed and cherished.
Glycerites are great for the whole family; void of alcohol, these can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone. Let us know how you use your herbs and your favorite recipes! #EatYourHerbs
Ginger: the quintessential gut herb, cardiovascular support, and spicy goodness. Ingredients: Organic ginger infused in non-gmo glycerin
Schissandra: adrenal support, triple burner dysfunction, and stress. Ingredients: Organic schissandra berries infused in non-gmo glycerin
Rose: opens the heart, cardiovascular support, and astringent. Ingredients: Organic rose petals infused in non-gmo glycerin
Lavender: great for belly aches, headaches, and stress. Ingredients: Organic local lavender blossoms infused in non-gmo glycerin
Cacao: grounding, digestive aid, and delicious. Ingredients: Organic cacao nibs infused in non-gmo glycerin
Damiana: heart space, self care, and stress management. Ingredients: Organic damiana infused in non-gmo glycerin
Available in 1oz and 2oz ($14.50 and $24.50 respectively)
Happy Beltaine! As we are now half way through Spring, our seeds of intentions have bloomed into flowery actions. For our offering to Spring we present to you our short run seasonal glycerite of Lilac. The smell is heavenly and the flavor unique. Try it in a delicate tea, drizzled in sparkling water, on top french toast, or straight from the bottle.
Interested in making your own? Check out our homesteading post on Lilac Syrups
Ingredients: Garden grown fresh lilac blossoms infused in non-gmo glycerin
Reduce inflammation and add healthy fats all in one. Our cold pressed Black Cumin Oil can help reduce chronic inflammation from immune related conditions, and neurological health, and it’s not too shabby in taste either. Traditionally it has been used to enhance digestion (which is why we pair it in any gut-immune protocol) and respiratory concerns. Topically it can be used as an antimicrobial, but we prefer this gem internally.
For best results take consistently. As with any medicinal, we recommend taking period breaks from regimens to reassess symptom management. Black Cumin Seed Oil can be taken right off the spoon or used in medicinal cooking. Don’t forget that #foodismedicine and a perfect example would be to #eatyourherbs by using Black Cumin Seed Oil on salads, rice, and as a garnish to stir fry. High heat is not recommended.
ingredients: pure cold pressed black cumin seed oil