Category Archives: herb/herbalism

Elderberry Syrup Recipe

For several years we have relied on this stuff to get us through every tickle and sniffle to come up. There are times when things sneak by and I have to break out the big guns, but normally, this recipe … Continue reading

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Fear and Horses, a Shame Story

This is going to seem unrelated to the title, but I am participating in a 5 week course on finding your Fierce Feminine. Things in my life have been intense this year. Lots of family stuff coming up, changing, a … Continue reading

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Herbalism

  Two years ago two of my daughters and I attended the Southeastern Women’s Herbal Conference as vendors. I thought the crowd would be a good place to market my daughter’s tie dyes and my own needle felted artwork and … Continue reading

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Time for Me

I have been a mother for a long time. My first child was born when I was 22 and he was something like 8,492 gestational weeks old. Ever since then I have devoted most of my energy and brain space … Continue reading

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Food and passion and renewal and the desire to heal

Last weekend I went to a conference. This one. It was fabulous. Spending those days with like-minded sisters is a fabulous way to re-center, feed my beliefs and learn awesome new things from amazing women who are passionate and who … Continue reading

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SaniTea

Every morning I wake up and make one pot of coffee and one pot of this infusion. The pot is about a quart and once the hot water is in and the herbs steeping, I sit the tea pot on … Continue reading

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Healing

Do you ever get tired of the accepted idea that there is one right way to healing? I do. I reject it, in fact. When a woman who knows me gets a UTI, they get my herbal recipe. When a … Continue reading

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