The Flu?

Elder berry eucalyptus Fennel flu remedy In The Shop lavender Lemongrass roman chamomile rosemary Tulsi

I’ve just recovered from a violent illness. It felt like the flu, but I’m not sure what it was. It first hit my son with a fever that lasted 5 days then gave him a nasty cough, and when it hit me, I got a headache, fever, chills, runny nose, muscle aches, and could not get out of bed. The Dr. says it couldn’t be the flu because it only lasted 2- 3 days, but if it was, I have the herbs to thank for shortening the duration. We took Elder berry and flower 3x a day, drank Tulsi, Lemongrass...

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From Jeanne Rose Aromatherapy


From Jeanne Rose Aromatherapy Studies Course “It is very difficult to describe an essential oil because they are not visible when in the plant. Essential oils are only visible as a liquid when they are released by some means such as distillation, CO2 extraction, or mechanical or a physical process. They are located in the plant, in glandular hairs or cells or scales; oil cells and resin cells; oil or resin canals; and oil reservoirs. They can be defined “as the scent of the plant in its liquid or vapor form.”…Jeanne Rose 1990

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An Herbal CSA

Herbal CSA In The Shop

Beginning this year Soothing Herbals is offering the opportunity for you to join a community- supported, locally grown healthcare movement with our first Medicinal Herbal CSA. The Medicinal Herbal CSA is designed to support general health, prevent illness and cope with minor issues such as colds, flus, burns and minor wounds. Shares will contain various herbal tinctures, tea blends, syrups, elixirs, salves, infused oils, essential oils, crèmes and culinary herbs. Products are made from both locally grown organic herbs and herbs sourced from quality herbal suppliers. One, two or three pick-ups are available during the growing season. Sign up deadline...

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First Blog Post

New Blog The Scoop Winter

Welcome to my new blog. I decided to start one this year because a lot of people have been asking me if I blog, and until now the answer was, no. I just couldn’t find the time, between planting seeds, watering, transplanting, watering more, weeding, harvesting, making products, writing newsletters, going to Farmer’s market, going to class, making dinner for my husband and kids, cleaning house, etc., etc.—-you get the picture. It just was not going to happen. But now, it is the middle of winter. It is cold and frozen outside. I finally have some time to sit and...

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