An Old Fashioned Christmas

An Old Fashioned Christmas with Rosemary Gladstar Welcome to a warm, cozy day by the wood stove, to hot, spicy apple cider & cinnamon, and my mom’s apple cake. And welcome to the spirit of Christmas. I sincerely hope these delightful items you learn to make today...

YOUR MEDICINAL HERB LIBRARY

YOUR MEDICINAL HERB LIBRARY THE SCIENCE & ART OF HERBOLOGY BY ROSEMARY GLADSTAR Following are the medicinal herb books I recommend most often for beginner/intermediate herbalists.  Each of these books gives a clear overview of herbalism and provides accurate...

Recipes For Children’s Products

Recipes For Children’s Products I wanted to share some of my favorite recipes for baby products with you. All are 100% natural and are easy and fun to make. Sleep Pillow Create a very special sleep pillow to soothe your infant into a calm, peaceful sleep. These...

Herbs for Winter Health

Herbs for Winter Health I’ve spent most winters of my life in the cold, rainy regions of northern California. There was always a wood fire burning and the soft sound of rain. Those long peaceful nights and short silver days were great for “burrowing in”. Reading,...

Some favorite Herbal Nervine Formulas

Some favorite Herbal Nervine Formulas v Nerve Tonic Formula 1 part Chamomile 3 parts Lemon Balm 1 part Oats ½ part Chrysanthemum Flowers ¼ part Lavender Flowers ½ part Rose Petals * Optional: Stevia to taste * Preparation: Follow instructions for Infusion v...

Recipes using Echinacea

In the late spring, gather fresh Echinacea leaves, pack them loosely in a wide mouth quart canning jar and cover with 80 proof (40%) alcohol such as brandy, vodka or gin. Place in a warm place on the kitchen shelf and shake daily. When the buds begin to ripen on the echinacea plants, gather several young buds and add them to the same jar with the Echinacea leaves.