Wood-fired maple syrup tastes the best! This syrup is made at BLD farm, home of the Trillium Center. We have a tiny sugar shack to process the syrup in a small evaporator. Price includes shipping. Onsite or farmers market purchase price is $9/half pint.
Balsamroot Elixir is a mover and a shaker, stimulating and warming for the congestion of those long winter days. Balsamroot (Balsamorrhiza sagittata) is a member of the sunflower family. It grows in the heights of the Rocky Mountains. This elixir contains an alcohol extract of the root that has been blended with honey from BLD farm to create a warming, soothing winter elixir. It comes in a 2 oz. dropper bottle. Price includes shipping.
5 Flower Face Oil
5 Flower Face Oil is a hand-made infused oil for the sensitive skin of the face. The five flowers are heal-all (Prunella vulgaris), borage (Borago officinalis), red clover (Trillium pratense), violet (Viola sororia), and calendula (Calendula officinalis). The fresh flowers are infused in organic olive oil in a solar-dehydrator, then strained and decanted before being bottled in a dark amber bottle. These are gentle healing herbs but for safety, try a little on the inner wrist to check for sensitivity before using on your face or neck. This is a 0.5 oz. bottle. Price includes shipping.
Eucalyptus Liniment Spray
Herbalist Leah Wolfe hand gathered these Eucalyptus leaves in the hills of Southern California. Eucalyptus trees are invasive. They were brought to the U.S. from Australia and many of them have spread throughout the southern part of the state. Enjoy! Price includes shipping.
St. John’s Wort Infused Oil
This lovely oil is dark red and fragrant. Fresh St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) flowers and leaves are infused in olive oil in a solar dehydrator. Then it spends a day in the sun to gather the midsummer sunlight and enhance the extraction. This is a 1 oz. bottle. Includes shipping.
The aromatic water created through the distillation of herbs is called a hydrosol. The juniper used in this small-batch distillation was sustainably hand-picked with gratitude near my home town in the mountains of California. Price includes 1 oz spray bottle and shipping.
White Sage Hydrosol
The aromatic water created through the distillation of herbs is called a hydrosol. The white sage used in this small-batch distillation was sustainably hand-picked with gratitude near my home town in the mountains of California. Price includes 1 oz spray bottle and shipping. The picture shows a full extract containing the essential oil suspended on the hydrosol.
Digestive "Chai" is a blend of bitter roots balanced with the sweet and spicy herbs we've come to love as chai. Chai is a traditional tea in India, often made with milk. Digestive "Chai" contains dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) root, burdock (Arctium lappa) root, yellow dock (Rumex crispus) root, orange (Citrus x sinensis) peel, cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia) bark, cardamon (Elettaria cardamomum) seedpods, cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) flower buds, fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) seeds, ginger (Zingiber officinalis) root, licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) root, black pepper (Piper nigrum) seeds, and vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) seedpods. Contains about 10 servings. Price includes shipping.
Herbalist Leah Wolfe gathered chaparral leaves in the high desert of Arizona. Chaparral is generally known to botanists as a collection of plants that grow in the high desert. The plant is also known as creosote bush or Larrea tridentata. Herbalists call the plant chaparral. It is a resinous drying herb for hot and damp skin conditions. Larger sizes available by request. Price includes 0.5 oz bottle and shipping.
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