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Valerian Tincture

Valerian Tincture

Valerian tincture is best known as a gentle herbal remedy for insomnia and anxiety.  It’s easy to make at home with just a few simple ingredients! Valerian tincture was the very first tincture that I ever purchased, many years ago as a budding herbalist. I was in my 20’s and on a semester abroad studying […]

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How to Use a Wood Cookstove

How to Use a Wood Cookstove

Wood cookstoves were once a part of every home, long before propane and electricity became options.  They allow you the flexibility to harvest your own cooking fuel from the land, rather than relying on fossil fuel or grid-based fuel sources. The challenge is, there can be a pretty steep learning curve cooking over wood.  It’s […]

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Herbal Medicine Books for Advanced & Clinical Herbalists

Herbal Medicine Books for Advanced & Clinical Herbalists

Are you ready to take your herbal book game to the next level? Here are our recommendations for advanced and clinical-quality herbal texts and references, including Ayurvedic and Chinese herbals. Curious if these books might be right for you? Advanced herbals aren’t just for clinical herbalists—they’re highly relevant for herbal instructors, writers, researchers, herbal product […]

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How To Grow a Sunflower Fort For Kids

How To Grow a Sunflower Fort For Kids

“In all things of nature there is something marvelous.” Aristotle Springtime and summer are coming, and what better time could there be to enjoy the outdoors together with a family-friendly project like a sunflower fort? You don’t have to go far from home you can create a relaxing and beautiful retreat right within your own […]

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How to Make Pickled Garlic

How to Make Pickled Garlic

Pickled Garlic is incredible in eaten right out of the jar, but it’s also easily at home on a charcuterie plate or incorporated into home-cooked meals. In Vermont, garlic growing is almost a religion, and even suburbanites often find room in the side yard for a row or two of this pungent pantry staple. On […]

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