Ease joint pain with herbs, enzymes, and natural supplements.
Making herbal concoctions for medicinal purposes used to be a part of the daily lives of our ancestors, and is still very much a part of people’s lives around the world today. My latest course shows how easy it is to do. Click here to access the preview.
I just got back from a quick getaway to the Oregon coast and was happy to have a couple of supplements along for some power-packed nutrients without my usual multiple bottles and tinctures along for the ride. The cooler coastal air also perked up my soup cravings~ you can read more about the supplements and the recipe here:
Find some new picks before picnic season is officially over: https://botanicalalchemyandapothecary.com/allergy-friendly-picnic-foods
We all know people who belittle medicinal herb usage. They roll their eyes when talk of natural medicines of any sort come up and claim it’s all hogwash and snake oil. I generally try not engage in dialogue with these types because I feel if they want to miss out on the health and beauty herbs offer, then that is their call. But if you are more apt to engage in these conversations (good for you!), here are some points that might help: Herbalism Today and Blue Zones
To be considered an adaptogen an herb must have the quality of not causing harm. Adaptogens are said to have plant intelligence in the way they support what each individual needs. To learn more about this quality, click the play button on the video below, and to learn more about adaptogens in general, check out my mini-course:
Thank you! Be well.
Acne, eczema, and psoriasis can be stubborn and embarrassing problems. Here are a few natural products and supplements to try: