Herbalism

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herbs for self-love
Herbalism
Arielle Hayat

Herbs for Self-Love

To connect with ourselves, feel grounded, and tune in, a wonderful place to start is by practicing a self-care ritual. When you perform a ritual with intention behind it, it allows you to truly be in the moment– this is a stress relief tactic all on its own. It’s quite different than a habit, or

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CBG
Herbalism
Celia Gold

CBD, CBG, and You: There’s a New Cannabinoid in Town

News outlets can’t afford to ignore it. Everybody’s heard of it, but nobody really knows what it is. It’s CBD, and, for that matter, a host of other constituents of the cannabis plant making big waves in headlines and on shelves. The mystery surrounding this ubiquitous cannabinoid, second in fame only to THC, isn’t just

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moon milk
Health & Wellness
Val Elkhorn

The Ultimate Guide to Moon Milk Medicine

Moon milks have captured the attention of food bloggers across the world. They’re gorgeous, they’re tasty, and the name is downright dreamy. The idea behind this popular “moon milk” craze is perhaps based on the old wive’s tale that claims warm milk helps you sleep. These frothy concoctions are meant to serve essentially the same

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Recent Knowledge

herbs for self-love
Arielle Hayat

Herbs for Self-Love

To connect with ourselves, feel grounded, and tune in, a wonderful place to start is by practicing a self-care ritual. When you perform a ritual with intention behind it, it allows you to truly be in the moment– this is a stress relief tactic all on its own. It’s quite different than a habit, or

Read More »
CBG
Celia Gold

CBD, CBG, and You: There’s a New Cannabinoid in Town

News outlets can’t afford to ignore it. Everybody’s heard of it, but nobody really knows what it is. It’s CBD, and, for that matter, a host of other constituents of the cannabis plant making big waves in headlines and on shelves. The mystery surrounding this ubiquitous cannabinoid, second in fame only to THC, isn’t just

Read More »
moon milk
Val Elkhorn

The Ultimate Guide to Moon Milk Medicine

Moon milks have captured the attention of food bloggers across the world. They’re gorgeous, they’re tasty, and the name is downright dreamy. The idea behind this popular “moon milk” craze is perhaps based on the old wive’s tale that claims warm milk helps you sleep. These frothy concoctions are meant to serve essentially the same

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The Alchemist's Kitchen

Meet the Maker: Jade Marks of 69herbs

The Alchemist’s Kitchen now carries two wonderful tinctures from 69herbs, made especially for when you are feeling sick, run down, or sluggish. 69herbs is a New York-based apothecary and design project by Jade Marks which focuses “on trans and queer health, accessibility, and harm reduction.” We felt very lucky to chat with Jade- an herbalist,

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Micaela Foley

Herbal Allies for a New Year

Many of us in the western world mark time by the Gregorian calendar, celebrating the New Year on January 1st. Though this date is rather arbitrary, as different cultures observe various days as the new year, the practice of self reflection during these transitions is a universal theme. As we consider the past twelve months

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Val Elkhorn

Smoke Cleansing as an Appropriate Alternative to Smudging

The power of herbal smoke cleanses spaces, facilitates ritual, and even heals physical ailments. It can also be a transcendental medium to alter mood and allow us to engage in shadow and dream work. It’s no wonder then that the burning of herbs has become so popular. However when anything becomes mainstream, we must always

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