The properties that herbs and flowers contain are endless. As much as we try to add them to our cuisine, sometimes we need that extra boost directly from the source.
Herbs contain amounts of vitamins, minerals, and natural chemicals that our bodies need to find balance.
We craft formulas from 100% organic ingredients, some of them sourced from suppliers, and some grown locally or by ourselves.
Our approach to herbalism is simple: we work with plants that are abundant, we feel confident working with, and that we feel a deep connection to – either spiritually, culturally, or emotionally; at the same time we stir away from herbs that are endangered
Nettle: contains chemicals like quercetin that might have a mild anti-inflammatory effect and work to open up constricted bronchial and nasal passages‚ which might make breathing easier. It may alleviate congestion in nose‚ throat‚ or chest, and certain symptoms associated with hay fever or other allergies—including sneezing‚ watery eyes‚ or a runny nose—due to its mild antihistamine properties, however it won’t create side effects (such as drowsiness) than other products that contain antihistamines.
Elderflower: relieves the inflammatory nature of allergic reactions, soothing and toning mucus membranes in the nose and throat. Its actions also dispense the accumulation that takes place in the respiratory system by eliminating toxins from the blood.
Apple Cider Vinegar: has the ability to reduce the production of mucus and cleanse the lymphatic system
Honey: it is said that if we ingest the pollens of local native plants we become more tolerant to those pollens, however there is no backed up scientific research, but it makes our formula taste better and you still get to enjoy its anti-inflammatory properties.
Baby Blues & Postpartum Anxiety Gentle Support
A low alcohol and gentle formula for new mamas who need a little extra support in heart and nervous system.
SKULLCAP: a relaxant that nourishes the nervous system and promotes restful sleep.
MOTHERWORT: a masterful cardiac tonic, and relief from tension and confusion.
ROSE: the medicine of the heart, a revered organ, not just for its ability to grant us life and influence emotions, rather for being the command center for intuitive intelligence. Roses are known to uplift, move stagnant emotions, prevent depressive moods and mood swings. Heal trauma, abuse, grief and a lack of self love/worth. Rose also assists the connection between the brain and the mind, enhancing the energy of our intuitive gateway
LEMON BALM: is an uplifting herb and specific for helping one cope with life situations that are difficult to accept, such as the unexpected changes a baby brings. This one is a classic favorite for depression, melancholy and hysteria.
Herbs to sooth cramps, support digestion and ease muscles. Dosage is recommended, but it’s safe to take a bit more than recommended when cramps get out of control.
For best results, begin taking 1-3 days before period. Use alongside with Womb Salve, to alleviate cramps.
Crampbark: exceptional at relieving muscle cramps. It has a special affinity for smooth muscle tissues but works well for striated muscles as well. Considered a uterine decongestant which addressees bloating, cramping before menstruation, as well as delayed menses.
Motherwort: an emmenagogue, which is an herb that is used to promote delayed mensies, indicated when there is scanty menstruation or cramps associated with delayed menstruation. Many herbalists recommend using it regularly to tone the uterus, which reduces menstrual cramping in the future.
Cacao: high in magnesium, iron and anti-inflammatory properties which can help combat moodiness, promote calmness, and relax tense muscles. (Interesting fact: the reason we typically crave chocolate when experiencing PMS is because of low magnesium levels!)
Chamomile: The mild sedative effects of chamomile may help to ease cramps and PMS symptoms.
Ginger: a study published in Phytotherapy Research found it to help alleviate period cramps and reduce heavy blood flows
A Culinary Medicinal delight of Lavender infused in Organic Olive Oil so you can rub on both your skin and food.
Pour a generous portion on your hand, rub hands, smell while helping to reduce anxiety, stress, depression, insomnia and headaches when applied on temples. It may also relief achy muscles and we recommend combining with our Ginger Olive Oil to help ease extra muscle tension.
Drizzle over green tea, chocolate, strawberry or vanilla ice cream. Or roast any meat of choice, veggies, or mix into a vinaigrette.
Nourish & Replenish Exhausted and Burned Out Nervous System
This formula is made with herbs that nourish the nervous system, help our body adjust to changes and overall sooth frazzled mind and nerves. We highly encourage to use for at least two months in order to get best results.
Fresh Milky Oats: are a nutritious herb for the nervous system. The key to this herb doing its magic is to get the oats when they are fresh, when the unripe seed pod is plump with a white, mineral-rich, sweet liquid. This incredible herb nourishes and restores vitality and strength to the nervous system, a system that responds to and makes sense of our ever-changing environment.
Ashwagandha: has gained popularity in the last years, making it one of our favorite adaptogens (herbs that help us to adapt). It is known to promote brain functions by gaining cognitive and intellectual capacities. It’s also been proven to boost fertility both in men and women. Additionally, the root also offers longevity, youthful vitality, can alleviate pain and suffering.
Kava Kava: works to boost gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels in your brain. Since GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter‚ it might have a mild calming effect on your nerves, easing anxiety and stress. It may help to relief certain symptoms related to mild pain or tension, such as headaches and achy muscles.
Enjoy this dreamy alcohol free tincture to uplift and open the senses.
Roses are known to heal the heart, cool the body and promote movement to help relieve heavy menstrual periods caused by uterine congestion.
It may also be used as a natural sweetener in tea, coffeeand other concoctions.