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Bright Colorful Sumac, Not Poison

By Kathleen Hale, Western Reserve Herb Society and Herb Society of America I am not a witch.  But I have...

Get to Know the Bloggers: Beth Schreibman-Gehring

“In my Last Will & Testament, it states that I want half of my ashes scattered on the 7th Floor...

Linden Sends Soft Sleep

By Beth Schreibman-Gehring, Chairman of Education for The Western Reserve Herb Society unit of The Herb Society of America Meet one...

Meet Blogger Maryann Readal

“My garden reflects who I am,” claims Maryann Readal, secretary for The Herb Society of America. Maryann has been gardening...

Revisiting 4 Tips for Herbal Photography

We are revisiting this post from 2017 as folks photograph summer’s growth & bounty. By Chad Gordon, Guest Blogger, Professional Photographer...

Mullein: Candles for Witches and the Cowboy’s Friend

By Kathleen Hale, Western Reserve Unit of the Herb Society of America Mullein (Verbascum thapsis) is a furry plant with...

Curious About Becoming An Herbalist? Here’s What You Need To Know First!

Have you ever daydreamed about becoming an herbalist? Perhaps in your dream, you’re standing in your herbal garden, basket in...

3 Steps for an Herbal-Infused Pedicure for Beautiful Nails and Soft Feet

Do you live in a warm climate and sport sandals daily or tread often in bare feet? Regardless of the...

Turmeric Lemonade: Health Benefits & How To Make It

There is something so beautifully simple about using herbs and roots to live a healthy life. The familiar adage, eat...