Healing Grief: Natrum Muriaticum When I was 21 years old, my father unexpectedly died 10 days after my birthday. He was 47 years old. Death is strange. It’s as natural as birth, we all know it’s going to happen, yet when we see someone grieving the loss of a beloved we treat them like an…

Read More

While I don’t really burn when exposed to the sun, many members of my friends and family do. I wish I could credit who I learned this recipe from – It might be that I read a version of this from Rosemary Gladstar or James Green decades ago. Nonetheless, this is a simple recipe I…

Read More

Nothing says spring to me like the scent of lilac blossoms. They remind me of the sweetness of childhood, my mother’s birthday, and the hope and renewal that spring rains can bring. The fragrance so heady and delicious I’ve always want to eat them – and you can! While I enjoy lilac blossom tea with a…

Read More

As we near the spring Equinox and the pagan holiday Ostara the nettles beckon from the field behind my home. Ostara, or spring equinox, is the holiday celebrating birth and renewal as the sun warms the earth. The sun coaxes the plants upward to receive nourishment. New life sprouts out of the dark, rich, soil.…

Read More