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Chamomile

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KEEP THE KIDS CALM Chamomile is the Mary Poppins of herbs, singing kids (and adults) off to sleep, easing common colds, and generally restoring balance.  But unlike nanny’s who fly with umbrellas and walk on chimney smoke, Chamomile is quite common. Chamomile is an exceptionally versatile plant. It works wonders for digestive issues and helps […]

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Dandelion Materia Medica

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THE HERB WE LOVE TO HATE (BUT SHOULD REALLY JUST LOVE)  Dandelion is one of the most familiar plants to almost everyone. From those who hate it and go to great lengths to exterminate it (think Round-up), to those who love it with a passion, a relationship with that ubiquitous yellow flower is pretty unavoidable. […]

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Nutrition And Pain…There Is A Connection

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OUR OWNER (HERBALIST AND NUTRITIONIST) SARAH JOSEY RECENTLY ATTENDED THE INTEGRATIVE HEALTH SYMPOSIUM IN NEW YORK CITY AND CAME AWAY WITH SOME AMAZING INFORMATION ON SOME OF THE MOST COMMON HEALTH ISSUES WE SEE IN OUR CLINIC. The symposium was full of doctors, nurses, midwives, herbalists, and more, all conversing on some of today’s most […]

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Raspberry Leaf

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Used for centuries by women, particularly before, during, and after pregnancy, raspberry leaf is one of the most well-known herbs for women, and one of the most commonly used herbs for women’s health. Raspberry leaf is also high in minerals, which means it is particularly nourishing for the entire system and has wide-ranging effects far beyond […]

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