Winter Skin Nourishment

By Lindsay Kluge

As I’ve settled into my thirties, I have noticeably shifted my focus to a more individualized, holistic, 100% organic, non-toxic skin care regimen. As my skin changed over the years, so did my alertness to the beauty industry, and how under regulated and full of questionable ingredients it all is. (My friend Renee sums it […]

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Friday, December 13, 2019

Did you know that the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of sugar is 6 teaspoons a day, or about 22 grams? And yes, this is *plenty* of sugar for a single day, but wow does it add up super fast in packaged and processed foods…and holiday treats. Processed sugar consumption is a big problem here in […]

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

When you have a house full of people, or an intimate family gathering, there’s nothing cozier and inviting than a table full of holiday herbal tea. Folks can help themselves, and gravitate towards whichever warming, delicious scent they choose. Serving a buffet of herbal teas throughout the day is one of my go-to holiday practices. […]

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

This is a continuation of my first apothecary post – Creating An Herbal Apothecary at Home – where I go into detail about specific herbs and their herbal actions to stock your apothecary. This post will explore all of the extras that can make your home or professional apothecary fully functional and versatile.  At the peak […]

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Welcome to the season of early darkness. Where autumnal and winter evenings provide a nighttime shifting energy that is all encompassing to our circadian rhythm, and our psyche. With the change of the season, and darkness falling earlier and earlier, the more we fight against this energetic shift, the more health problems we are likely […]

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

I’ve had my herbal medicine and nutrition business for going on eight years now. I’ve done everything from having my own office space for client work, owning and managing a compounding herbal dispensary, making herbal formulas for wholesale, being a practitioner within a larger clinical practice, independent contracting/consulting work, social media collaborations and brand partnerships, […]

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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Hearty Hobbit Omelettes

By Lindsay Kluge

Hearty hobbit omelettes are one of my go-to’s on the weekends, or on a more leisurely weekday morning. At the end of the week, I have leftover greens and garden veggies from the farmers market, in a varying state of freshness. Omelettes are the perfect place to tuck away these vibrant garden gems and pack […]

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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

I keep one or two of these botanical pressed flower journals in rotation all the time, and scribble all of the herbal formulas and tea recipes I’m making every week. It’s a simple little tool I use to keep me crafty, and a handy place to keep herbs and flowers I collect during the season. […]

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Flaming Cider Elixir

By Lindsay Kluge

Every herbalist has a little book of recipes. A treasured little notebook to squirrel away recipes from their very first formulating days. Mine has a recipe for fire cider from Rosemary Gladstar when she came to teach my herbal class for a weekend, ten years ago. It was one of the first herbal kitchen remedies […]

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Herbal medicine is a remarkable and totally rewarding profession. It’s personal, and truly a soul calling. There’s not a single herbalist I know who “got in it for the money”. One of the beautiful things about being an herbalist is the ability and opportunity to do lots of things. There’s no one job description for us, […]

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Thursday, August 22, 2019