holistic health Tag

We’re nearing the Autumnal Equinox, which marks the astronomical start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere. Traditionally, cultures celebrated the summer-grown bounty among friends and family to reconnect after a long, arduous harvest and to celebrate the start of ushering in a brand new season. During...

This month, we’re paying homage to one of our absolute favorite herbs — lavender. It’s a culturally celebrated perennial known for its medicinal properties, aromatics, and versatility. It’s a must-have in the garden (it attracts pollinators and deters plant-destroying animals) and it’s used in a huge...

It’s said that the use of medicinal herbs predates written human history. Archeological evidence suggests that humans were practicing herbal healing during the Paleolithic — about 60,000 years ago — and that nature has been at the core of our nutrition and health for as long...

St. John's Wort, or Hypericum perforatum, originates in Eurasia and was brought to North and South America by European settlers who valued the plant as a medicinal herb. The plant is characterized by bright yellow flowers and oblong green leaves covered in dots which, when...