Glass Tea Strainer Mug: I looked high and wide for one of these but the only place I could find it was Amazon. What gets me is that you can store the strainer portion in the lid.
Roseman's Bath Salt:or really any of their products! I use the massage oil everynight for gua sha on my neck & chest, the body butter after showers during the winter, and almost *always* have a bath bomb or salt in my cupboard for a self-care night.
Milk Frother: For Rally, Matcha, and Gold Dust this makes all the difference. Your drinks feel luxurious as the cream froths and the powders dissolve.
Dancing Sage Wellness Bitters: Handcrafted with high quality, organic herbs, these bitters are our favorite in a cocktail or drizzled over icecream. What makes them different, is the glycerine base instead of alcohol! We've gotten beard oil, mists, and bitters from Anna-Claire and it's obvious that she knows how to make deliciously potent plant remedies.
Medicinal Plants of the Southern Appalachians by Patricia Kyritsi Howell: The amount of stains and notes taken in my book speaks to how well loved, and often I use it. I've had 3 of these books and somehow given them all away. If you're in this bioregion, you NEED this book. Our good friend and mentor, Patricia Howell, covers all the native species, how they are best used and even give you a quick intro on herbalism foundations.
The Modern Herbal Dispensatory; A Medicine Making Guide: If you are interested in herbalism, at any level, then this book is for you :) It was first recommended to me in Herb School and I use it all the time. The eclectic herbalist, Thomas Easley and past AHG president, Steven Horne have put really all the major things you need to know in one place. From how to dilute a solute to where to source quality herbs...and *literally* everything in between.
"your body is a temple. Not a 7-11." Jennifer love hewitt
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