We recap gardening in small spaces with a focus on herbs and specialty vegetables inspired by Bonnie Rose Weaver and Mari Amend, author and editor of Deeply Rooted, herbal gardening in the urban jungle.
City Herbalists often have to make do with tiny places - a balcony, shady backyards the size of a postage stamp or busy boulevards. With a bit of ingenuity and planning, urbanites can grow an amazing array of herbs and medicinal plants even in small spaces.
Today, we talked about a selection of Oxymels we made using Rosalee's recipe for Thyme Oxymel from Alchemy of Herbs.
The Path into Herbalism can be a gentle one but often it begins with a dramatic initiation or a calling so intense, it cannot be ignored. Herbalists emerging from such a crucible carry with them a particularly magical way of combining herbs and healing.
When it comes to tasting coffee, there's no better expert than our special guest, Okon Udosenata. He stopped by to show share one of his favorite beans with us, talk cupping and pouring, and offer a few suggestions on how to choose and brew the best roast.
Often, we think of medicine as being bitter and unpleasant–A bit of a chore, actually. What if we told you it doesn't have to be?
What if we told you your daily medicine can actually be a sensual treat?