Posts tagged rowan and sage
Understanding the Language of Nature

Can you believe it's April already? I'm looking out my window right now and am just in awe over how green the world continues to get with each passing day. The springtime energy of Aries is so prevalent in the natural world right now! There is a sense of bursting forth in the plant life, with trees seemingly exploding with leaves in an instant...energetically in my own body I am feeling a sense of renewed force of will, like I can accomplish anything now that the springtime fire has been re-lit within.

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Herbal Allies for the Return of Spring

Ah, the quickening of Spring. This time of rebirth in the natural world began in February and continues to flourish as we approach the Spring Equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere. As such, the winter chill has begun to thaw, the forest floor is dotted with beautiful blooms of spring ephemerals, and more greenery surrounds us with each passing day. In this blog post, learn more about herbal actions and wild medicinals to help you transition from winter to spring.

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Herbalism as Sacred Remembering

Have you heard the call? Do you walk through forests and hear whispers echoing through the rustles of wind-swept leaves? Does a dandelion sprouting up from the cracks in the sidewalk ignite a fire in your spirit? Are you passionate about connecting people and plants? If so, click here to learn more about the Vitalist Herbal Practitioner Program and transform your love of plants into a career as a holistic herbalist.

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Plant Profile: Juniper

As we dive into the depths of winter, the evergreen trees are shining in all of their luscious, green glory! Including our native juniper species, Juniperus virginiana. Walking along the hedges of these gorgeous green trees and collecting their deep blue berries alongside the birds has become a winter ritual for us this year, one that I hope to continue in winters to come. In this plant profile, we take a deep dive into the expansive history of Juniper across the world through its folklore, medicinal uses, and more.

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Cultivating Relationships with Herbs as Preventative Care

In our modern lives full of busyness and distraction, we often forget that being well, at its core, lies through the most basic practice: preventative care. Sure, there are medicines we need for acute situations that we might not necessarily take every day. But many of the herbs that we take for modern ills like stress, fatigue, etc. must be taken regularly, over time to create a positive shift in our body. Learn more about herbs for preventative care on the blog.

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Plant Profile: Motherwort

Motherwort is one of those plants that I had heard of in passing but truthfully didnโ€™t know much aboutโ€ฆas soon as I encountered her, I fell head over heels! I have personally been working with and growing Motherwort since March of this year and am so grateful for her medicine and teachings. Learn more about Motherwort and her supportive role as an energetic and physical medicine in this plant profile.

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