Ingredients: apple cider vinegar, plantain, nettle leaf seed, violet leaf, cleavers, blueberry & raspberry leaves, yellow dock, chickweed, astragalus, elderberry, milky oats & oat straw, dandelion leaf, peppermint, alfalfa, horsetail, parsley, & licorice What is a nourishing vinegar? This herbal preparation is a nourising vinegar. Using apple cider vinegar, the properties of the plants are extracted… Continue reading Plant Vitamin Potion: Nutrition Support
Ingredients: Glechoma hederacea, vodka Safety w/ Herbs When using new herbs, verify that they are not counter indicated with any existing medical issue/medications you are taking. Start with small doses and listen to your body. The information found here is intended for educational purposes and is far from comprehensive. It is not meant to replace advice… Continue reading Ground Ivy Tincture / Lierre terrestre
Most of our blends were made for a specific person, intention, or to support someone with a specific ailment in mind. We encourage you to use the herbal infusions you get from Blueberryjams as an opportunity (or prompt) to get to know the plant medicines they contain. We recommend, like Rosemary Gladstar, that you learn… Continue reading Meet Our Infusions: Bye Mucous Bye, Quiet Moment, & Tender Tenacity
Ingredients: nettle, burdock, duls e(seaweed), horsetail, astragalus, shiitake, lion’s mane, bay leaf, black pepper, turmeric, oregano, rosemary, pink sea salt Good for making two stocks or several smaller ones. Add to 6+ cups of water. Decoct (boil then simmer) the mixture as you would when making chicken or vegetable stock. You can add veggies (celery, carrots,… Continue reading Nourishing and Immune Support Soup Stock!
Dark of Winter Elixir Not too long after giving a Crafting Elixirs workshop, I thought it might be nice to offer an elixir for the upcoming 2020/2021 winter. I know many folks find winter hard at the best of times and so, I made this blend to help bring a bit of herbal support/care during… Continue reading Dark of Winter Elixir / Élixir ‘coeur de l’hiver’