Give the gift of tea this season...
A year-round favorite that is especially delicious stirred with a candy cane for the holidays
All the benefits of delicious sencha green tea and raspberry fruit which is full of minerals and strengthens the blood
An herbal blend with a lemony lift and added hibiscus and elderberry to chase away the winter woes… lemon balm, lemongrass, spearmint, hibiscus, and elderberry
We have all these teas (and more!) available in our online store as well as in our shop.
And don't forget your warming spices! We have organic cinnamons, star anise, turmeric, and nutmeg. They all make a nice addition to your warm beverages.
Our in-person shop is open, though we ask that you wear a mask and limit the number of people in the store at one time.
Vitamin C powder and Immune Support are available.
We have D.I.Y. Elderberry kits for immune support. Local honey is available as well as limited quantities of Alicia's herbal infused honeys.
The in-person shop also offers dried arrangements, spice blends, natural skincare products, and lots of other great gift ideas.
To complete your holiday shopping safely, we are offering Thursday hours by appointment.
Please call the shop (845.325.6054) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make a reservation.
Local honey | $12 for a 1 lb. jar
Elderberries to make your own syrup
$7 for 4 oz. | $14 for 8oz.
A calming and healing Herb for winter
Native to Australia, the scent of eucalyptus is not only calming but is also helpful in relieving pain and cold symptoms.
The leaves or oil can be added to a pot of boiling water. The pot can then be removed from the heat so that the vapors can be inhaled. For a more subtle effect, you can hang a bundle of fresh leaves in the shower, either way the vapors are very clearing!
The oil is also beneficial in killing bacteria and is an aid in mental exhaustion.
We have eucalyptus available as an essential oil and as a bulk herb (leaf). You will also find eucalyptus in our cold and flu spray, in our seasonal potpourri (winter solace), and in our sore muscle bath soak which is also an aid to the respiratory system.
Any way you use Eucalyptus, it is a wonderful wintertime herb!