Weeds at Our Feet: What Do They Mean?

Weeds at Our Feet: What Do They Mean?

Living in the Wise Woman Way In my heart, the practice of the Wise Woman Tradition is an ancestral health-affirming belief that passes down from generation to generation even in...
DIY Herbal Eyewashes and Herbs for Eye Health and Optimal Vision

DIY Herbal Eyewashes and Herbs for Eye Health and Optimal Vision

How to Make an Herbal Eyewash I purchased this little vintage ceramic eyecup a few months ago for doing eyewashes and just recently got the chance to use it. I love...
Herbs for Toddlers and Young Children

Herbs for Toddlers and Young Children

If bouts of bugs are the great teacher, they certainly don’t spare the littles. But as parents, we have such a diverse arsenal of herbal preparations available to us that using them one way that we can best show our babes to appreciate the natural world. Let's walk through some basic information about efficiently and practically incorporating herbs into our everyday routines with our kids, using herbs for immune system regulation, digestive health, the nervous system, and skin health. 
Clogged Milk Ducts and Mastitis Herbal Remedy Poke Root to the Rescue

Clogged Milk Ducts and Mastitis: Poke Root to the Rescue

Issues like mastitis and clogged or plugged milk ducts can pop up when least expected - and least wanted - especially during times of stress and depressed immunity. Poke root oil or poke root salve is a wonderful herbal preparation for nursing mamas who are looking for a traditional strategy that really kicks it up a notch.

Allergy Alert: Support in Season

We all know it’s coming – some of us may already be in the thick of it. The congestion, the bleary eyes, the runny nose, the headaches, the ugh, the stuff. Allergy...
April 29, 2015 — Heather Wood Buzzard

New Wild Cherry Bark Syrup!

Our new Wild Cherry Bark Syrup supports healthy respiratory function and is just the thing for soothing the rasp, tickle, or wheeze of seasonal immune threats. We tested several formulas...
December 07, 2014 — Jeannie Dunn

Herbs: Short vs. Long Term Use

by Jackie Dobrinska Herbs are used in two distinct ways. One is in acute situations, providing ease for things like an upset tummy or menstrual cramps. The other is to...
October 01, 2012 — Red Moon Herbs

Jewelweed

by Anne Knoflicek Jewelweed, Impatiens capensis, is a flowering plant with beautiful orange horn shaped blossoms that bloom from early summer and into the fall. It is also known as...
September 03, 2012 — Red Moon Herbs

Bees, Bites, and Poultices

by Anne Knoflicek Plantain contains beneficial properties that can be easily accessed through a simple “spit” poultice.  The sooner you apply it, the faster you will experience ease. Plantain 'Spit' Poultice...
June 08, 2012 — Red Moon Herbs

Poison Ivy

by Corinna Wood For those of us who love green, growing things, it pays to know your neighbors. And in our area, one of the most important wild plants to...
September 05, 2011 — Red Moon Herbs