Dried Yarrow, Achillea millefolium, sun-infused in organic, cold-pressed olive oil.
Look for this lacy herb in mid-summer, in sunny fields and gardens, where it often flourishes in large stands. Lacy leaves as well as fine white umbels made up of many tiny flowerets seem to shine even on a grey day. We gather in the wild places as well as our gardens. Used for centuries as a main staple in the first aid kit, yarrow oil is used to soothe bruised, abraded and tender skin.
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The window of time for gathering Scots Pine Pollen is a brief week in Spring when our Woodland Essence team cheerfully picks the pollen-filled strobiles one at a time!
Echinacea purpurea is a native plant that grows in high grass prairie and open wooded areas as far east as New York and Pennsylvania. Echinacea angustifolia is a native of the western sandy prairie.
The plant Jewelweed can be crushed and applied to skin that has been in touch with poison ivy to either prevent or treat a poison-ivy rash.
Reishi mushrooms are one of the oldest medicinal mushrooms, referred to as “the mushroom of immortality” for the health benefits it bestows.