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Spring Equinox Rituals, Health Tips & Recipes

Spring Equinox Rituals, Health Tips & Recipes

Posted by Jules Benefico, Certified Clinical Herbalist on Mar 15th 2021

The vernal equinox, also called Ostara, is a time to invite equilibrium and renewal into the mind, body, and spirit. Day and night are equal length, and each day after is longer than the one before … read more
Winter Solstice Rituals, Lore & Plant Medicine

Winter Solstice Rituals, Lore & Plant Medicine

Posted by Jules Benefico, Certified Clinical Herbalist on Dec 14th 2020

The Winter Solstice, celebrated as Yule (or Jól) in many European pagan traditions, is the darkest and shortest day of the year. The occasion marks a turning point, and though months of winter lie ahe … read more
Plant Poisons & Potions in Lore, Magic & Medicine

Plant Poisons & Potions in Lore, Magic & Medicine

Posted by Benjamin Zappin, L.Ac. on Oct 27th 2020

Autumn, and in particular Samhain (pronounced “SOW-wehn” and translated as “summer’s end”), is a time when herbs for introspection and transcendence are used to connect with sublimated aspects of ours … read more
Fall Equinox Rituals, Herbs & Recipes to Celebrate Mabon

Fall Equinox Rituals, Herbs & Recipes to Celebrate Mabon

Posted by Jules Benefico, Certified Clinical Herbalist on Sep 21st 2020

The Fall Equinox initiates the fruitful season of autumn. Fields and gardens are bountiful, inspiring us to reflect upon and feel gratitude for the abundance in our lives. It’s a beautiful time to … read more
Herbs for the Summer Solstice

Herbs for the Summer Solstice

Posted by Jules Benefico, Certified Clinical Herbalist on Jun 12th 2020

The Summer Solstice is the lightest and longest day of the year, as the sun is at its peak and Mother Nature is fully blossomed. This is a time of celebration of the light and also honoring that th … read more
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