Pumpkin Spice is so hot right now with good reason too. The chilly change of weather fall brings calls for warming and nourishing foods and spices. today, we'll be talking about how to blend and use your own Pumpkin Spice along with why this much-touted blend truly is an herbal remedy for the pros.
Cinnamon is used as a common cooking spice yet it is surprising to many people that it is a potent medicine.
REPLAY OF SHOW 130 - We taked with Michael Tierra D.O.M., L.A.c., founder of the American Herbalist Guild, and owner/founder of East/West School of Planetary Herbalogy about how plants like kratom have fared in the American legal system of the past fifty years.
Herbal Nerd Society Exclusive Article: Whether you wildcraft cinnamon from your local forest or grow it in a pot, you can gain the anti-microbial, warming, medicinal properties of cinnamon
This week Sue and Candace explore more uses for milk thistle and creative ways to bring it into your life.
Herbal Nerd Society Exclusive: Substitute sweet, floral extracts with a hint of earthy flavor for vanilla Extract in your favorite baked goods, including cookies, cakes, brownies, creams, puddings, and ice creams. My own favorite of late has been cardamon extract, although Pink Rose extract is a really close second. Consider other tasty flavors, too. Orange and Ginger extract wonderfully and they blend beautifully with chocolate and nutty flavors. Tulsi and Chamomile are beautiful when used lightly in golden cakes, creams and frostings. Whatever you're baking, it is wise to give your herbal extracts a test before you commit to the whole recipe. Here's How...