Read - Herb of the month

Tulsi

Tulsi can remind us of the abundance we have in our lives. When we acknowledge the richness and fullness of life, stress levels decline and we are able to face the challenges in our journey with courage, joy and an open heart.

Valerian

Valerian bring the warmth and the transformative qualities of Saturn, the birth place of the ego, to both  medicine and to the compost pile.

Dandelion

“When you look at a field of dandelions, you can either see a hundred weeds or a hundred wishes.”

                        ~ unknown

White Oak

Famed for its endurance and longevity, even today it is synonymous with strength and steadfastness in the popular mind. In the Classical world it was regarded as the Tree of Life as its deep roots penetrate as deep into the Underworld as its branches soar to the sky.

Stinging nettle

Nettle, as I found out, loves to grow in places where iron was left to rust. Nettle has a deep connection to iron. Hans Christen Andersen wrote a fairy tale, symbolic of the nettle's connection to iron ...

Chamomile

The Greek named it  'ground-apple' - kamai (on the ground) and melon (an apple) - the origin of the name Chamomile. It is believed that chamomile was used in the mummification process for its ability to balance nitrogen process and prevent fortification.

Yarrow

Yarrow, a Venus plant embody within himself the Venus quality of humbly clearing space for something else to unfold