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Why do I share my recipes when I also sell the products?

The essence of folk herbalism — that is, kitchen and backyard herbalism — is the idea that most of our healing comes through what is growing locally and available, and a few herbs we can grow in our gardens.  Folk herbalism is accessible and doable for everyone — not just trained, practicing herbalists.  Consequently, I believe every person who wants to make their own herbal products should be able to do so.

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Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Gummies

Fire CIder

Fire Cider Salad Dressing

Garlic Onion Honey Syrup

Iron Tonic

Mullein Chai

How to Make Ghee

How to Make Kefir

How to Make Kombucha

How to Make Sourdough

If you are not interested in making your own herbal remedies, consider buying from me.  Check out my products page!

The much maligned dandelion

So much energy and money are spent trying to get rid of dandelions. How different that is from what was intended by the European settlers who brought this flower to America in the 1600s — they cultivated dandelions for food and medicine. Not only are dandelions one of the most nutritionally dense greens you can eat, there is also an impressive history of use for supporting and improving health.


Allow me to share with you some of my favorite dandelion-inspired recipes!