Great post on practical herbalism for these times.
Here are some thoughts on useful kitchen herbalism in this unpredictable time, including what we’re doing in our family for prevention and what we have on hand if we get sick.
Remember that herbs and wild foods have nurtured your ancestors through many a plague throughout the history of human animals, and that legacy of fortitude and survivorship lives on in you: what weeds connect you with your roots?
Lean in to reconnecting with the lessons of your family legacy.
Remember that you don’t need all of these exact herbs; in fact, it makes a lot more sense for you to find herbs that are local to you and address the needs of your body. Plant medicine is not one-size-fits-all, and it tends to work better when we tweak the formulas based on what is happening with you specifically (more about that, and also here). …
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