White pine can taste astringent. Have you tried it? What did the word ‘astringent’ make you feel? Did your lips start to pucker and tongue dry up just hearing the word? Then you are aware of plant energetics.
What else do I have in this decoction that I have wild-thinged into this new calendar year? I say ‘wild-thinged’ and you pictured me plunging my fists into herb jars and thrusting plants wildly into a bowl. Memories of childhood fiction?
Medusa with a kick!
Hello, there, fellow spicy food lovers!
What is it about horseradish?
It's not like any other root we know. It has a flavor all its own. Most know it as a culinary condiment, used sparingly. If you've ever added too much, your sinuses let you know! That's what makes this passionate growing plant so versatile. Spice gets your blood moving! As a food and medicine
Nothing about this picture is AIP (Autoimmune Protocol)
One year ago, a beautiful friend of mine in Jim McDonald's herbal intensive (oh, I miss that group!) introduced me to autoimmune protocol elimination diet guidelines as a means to help lessen inflammation and heal up possible perforated intestines (you’ve heard this as ‘leaky gut’), provide more energy, and clear brain fog. Subsequently I began to research, joined an awesome online forum, checked out books, etc...
By now we should all be well versed on our social practices to prevent the spread of CoVid-19 and flatten the curve. ...
Sarah is a community herbalist, raising children, teaching children and adults the ways of herbalism and nature, and handcrafting herbal products for the community.