Make Your Own: Tincture for Spring Energy

  Energy can come in many forms! Spring is budding and so many plant babies are coming up around us, it’s a blessing to be able to gather fresh ingredients for food and medicine. Nettles, Dandelion and Chickweed are abundant in the Pacific Northwest and are a great source of …

Elixir of the Month: Draco Energy

Bring fire to your spirit and a boost to your endurance. The Dragon will light up your path to bring you to full speed ahead. Draco Elixir was crafted with the heat of the summer solstice. Draco the dragon constellation brings energy into your body to maintain the intensity of …

Working with Fire with Herbalist Amanda Furbee

As I grow with my connection to the Elements my understanding broadens and my consciousness shifts. I continually am amazed at the different ways that learning and listening, watching and observing nature is one of the biggest ways that we learn to reconnect to ourselves, our communities and what is …

Make Your Own: CBD Sore Muscle Rub

CBD made a huge shift in the USA back in January 2019. The Farm bill passed allowing CBD to be 100% legal in all 50 states. Because of this shift in our economy CBD is now 100% decriminalized. Making CBD all the rave! We are seeing it pop up in …

Elixir of the Month: Aquila Allergy Relief

Don’t let allergies cloud your springtime! Trust the Eagle to carry away your itchy eyes, stuffy nose, & sinus headaches. Like all products in our line of seasonal syrups, Aquila Elixir was formulated to work on both energetic and physiological levels. We chose the energies of the east, the wind, and …

Working With Water With Herbalist Amanda Furbee

As I grow with my connection to the Elements my understanding broadens and my consciousness shifts. I continually am amazed at the different ways that learning and listening, watching and observing nature is one of the biggest ways that we learn to reconnect to ourselves, our communities and what is …

Make Your Own: Massage Candle

Creating candles is a simple and fun way to bring light and scents into your space. Many of the candles on the market are polluted with unnatural scents and harmful gassing agents that can pollute our airways without us even knowing. Another benefit of making your own candles is you …

Cordial of the Month: Blue Flame

A Toast to Love and Passion! Succulent berries, smoky Cacao, sweet Vanilla, and other aphrodisiac herbs are combined in this enchanting red wine cordial. Sip to kindle your libido, enhance sexual vitality, and celebrate love and sensuality. We start the Blue Flame Cordial with the Moon’s energy, infusing herbs and berries into red wine, which is then sweetened with raw local honey.The result is a delicious elixir intended to boost …

Working With Wind with Herbalist Amanda Furbee

As I grow with my connection to the Elements my understanding broadens and my consciousness shifts. I continually am amazed at the different ways that learning and listening, watching and observing nature is one of the biggest ways that we learn to reconnect to ourselves, our communities and what is …

Tea Blend of the Month: Ignite!

Spark your Libido & Celebrate Passion! Deepen your connection to your sexual being with this aromatic tea. This blend of nervines, adaptogens and sensual aphrodisiacs was crafted to ignite passion, enhance sexual sensation, and nurture your emotional presence in the moment. Love your body and embrace your desires! This blend …

Make your Own: Kombucha – Mood Enhancing

  We bring back Kombucha at the first of the year to chat about the benefits of good gut health. Many of you may be working on your New Years Resolutions, they may include, Detoxing and better body perception or a more ground emotional outlook. Lucky for you, we are …

Welcoming in the New Year with Herbalist Amanda Furbee

  Here we are with a brand new year calling us in! 2019 in Chinese astrology is the year of the Earth Pig. It is asking us to enjoy life and the successes we have worked so hard for. The Pig is begging us to indulge a bit more than …

Make Your Own: Kombucha

  If you have ever tried Kombucha your first response may have been, “What the heck was that!” This sour, but sweet bubbly concoction that is good for you often sends a look of confusion to people’s faces with the first sip.  Kombucha is a fermented bubbly beverage that has …

Oil Blend of the Month: Immune Boosting

Keep Yourself Well Our Immune Boosting Oil Blend is inspired by Thieves Oil, a blend traditionally used by Gypsies to avoid the plague. A potent combination of essential oils provides immune support through their antimicrobial and protective qualities. This age old remedy can be used topically, or added to a …

Giving Back with Herbalist Amanda Furbee

  Tis the season to be Jolly! At The Herb Shoppe we are grateful for you! It is truly a blessing to get to do this work and provide a healing service to the community. Our goal at THS has always been to create a safe space and to honor …

Make Your Own: Digestive Bitters

  There are many herbs that are considered bitter in nature that makes being creative with your recipe accessible. Most digestive herbs are considered to be a cooling herb and to balance an herbal digestive recipe adding herbs that are warming like cinnamon, clove, cardamom and ginger provide a good …

Digestive Health with Herbalist Amanda Furbee

  In the craft cocktail world, cocktail bitters are all the rage.  What most folks don’t realize is that bitters are also excellent for a healthy digestive track. Bitters are one of the 5 basic tastes. In our current culture bitters, as a taste profile on our pallet, have almost …

Make your Own: Fire Cider

  If you’ve ever had Fire Cider, then you will not forget it! This warming and tasty blend is a great addition to all kitchens and medicine cabinets. I love adding it as a salad dressing, topping off soups and using it as a marinade. The age-old question is, is …

Elixir of the Month: Fire Elixir

Add a little fire to your day! A folk tonic for the body, this infused apple cider vinegar is a potent immune booster, gut healer and spirit lifter. Fire Elixir is great by the shot or as an addition to soup, salad and more. Ingredients: Garlic, Horseradish, Jalapeno, Rosemary, Onion, …

Creating Ceremony with Herbalist Amanda Furbee

  What does it mean to have a ceremony? There are many definitions of what a ceremony can be. We see it within religious practices, wedding’s, and in ritual traditions. The word ceremony is used fluidly across cultures. In essence, any time we take part in a sacred act with …

Make your Own: Sugar Scrub

  Everyone loves when their skin feels smooth and radiant. Exfoliating the skin is a healthy and simple way to recharge and nourish after a summer full of great outdoor adventures. Many natural ingredients can be used to scrub, hydrate and nourish your skin. Get crafty with these skin loving …

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