Category: Herbalism

Wild Rose Tincture Benefits

    1 If you have wild roses in your yard or nearby you might consider making a wild rose tincture. Roses have a long history of apothecary use. Many different cultures have discovered its usefulness for similar ailments. The discovery of vitamin C in the early 1900’s has validated the reason roses have medicinal use. Preparations of […]

How to Make Fire Cider

  3   Have you had Fire Cider? Fire Cider has become quite popular for good reasons. This herbal folk remedy, created by Rosemary Gladstar, is a wonderfully warming remedy you can make yourself. This tasty vinegar infusion boosts natural health processes, stimulates digestion, and warms you from the inside out. It’s the perfect remedy to take when […]

Sore Throat Lemonade

  2   Sore throat lemonade is a helpful remedy for sore throats and a minor cough. It has a pleasant taste and feels soothing on an inflamed throat. Each ingredient in this drink has healing properties that help with colds and viruses. Lemon help to break up mucus and relieves some of the pain. It also contains […]

How to Use Echinacea

  3   Echinacea is flowering perennial native to central North America and one of the most important medicinal herbs for immune system. It is currently at risk in the wild so only organic cultivated sources should be used even if you find it in the wild. Key Actions Medicinal Uses: Echinacea flowers and root are used in […]