To educate and inspire individuals, communities, and organizations to improve their health and well-being through the use of botanical medicine/herbalism in health consultations, classes, organic high quality herbal products, and global retreat adventures. We merge modern scientific research with the historical traditions of botanical medicine to foster effective integrative health. Our company connect people to the planet through botanical medicine.


To heal people and our planet. Bridget's Botanicals embodies a culture of well-being and inspired empowerment through the use of botanical medicine as a respected, revived, accessible, fun, and personalized form of global healthcare.

Featured Appearances, Invited Workshops & Talks

Featured Appearances, Invited Workshops and Talks

  • The Modern Eater KOA Radio Show, Cocktails & Sexual Wellbeing, Denver, CO: October 2018
  • Not Another Wellness Podcast Health and Well-being with Herbs, October 2018
  • Denver Start-up Week Products In Real Life (IRL) Showcase: Wild World Bitters, Denver, CO September 2018
  • Women’s luncheon talk at the Balfour, “Holistic Women’s Health,” Denver, CO: July 2018
  • Business Showcase at National Small Business Development Center Day, Denver, CO: March 2018
  • Stanford University Sexual Health & Wellbeing presentation for a sorority, Stanford, CA: March 2018
  • Mom UP Project showcase speaker, “Sexual Health & Wellbeing”, Denver, CO: January 2018
  • Balfour Senior Living Center herbal health presentations, Denver, CO: January 2018-ongoing
  • Arapahoe Community College Holiday Craft Fair, Littleton, CO: December 2017
  • Littleton Craft Fair, Littleton, CO: October 2017
  • Reinhardt Chiropractic presentation, “Winter Remedies” Glendale, CO: September 2017
  • Trout Tank Pitch Finalist, Denver Metro Small Buisiness Development Center, Denver, CO: August 2017
  • Green Drinks sponsor featuring Wild World Bitters, Denver, CO: July 2017
  • Cocktails on the Rocks Event, Red Rocks, CO: June 2017
  • Cocktail bitters pre-release tasting event  & presentation at Johnson & Wales University, Denver, CO: April 2017
  • Nutrition Therapy Institute presentation, “How Do Herbs Impact Our Health?”, Denver, CO : April 2017
  • 5280 Magazine blog article, “Local Herbalist Gives First Aid a Plant-Based Twist” Denver, CO: March 2017
  • Oasis Women’s Sexual Function Center presentation, “Herbs for Women’s Health”, Santa Monica, CA: January 2016
  • Functional medicine presentation, “Bitters for Digestion”, Denver, CO: December 2016
  • Functional medicine presentation, “Herbal Antibiotics”, Denver, CO: October 2016
  • Summer 2016 Adventures: Journeys to Ireland, Iowa, and California!
  • Colorado Asthma and Allergy Center Employee Health & Wellness Fair, Denver, CO: June 2016
  • Business showcase for Women in The Mix Conference Denver, CO: April 2016
  • Beverage tasting event with our Elderberry-Rosehip Cocktail Syrup at the “Medicinal Herb Farming & Gardening Conference” in Port Townsend, WA: April 2016
  • Denver Flea with Lore, Denver, CO: April 2016
  • Pepsi Co Employee Health Fair, Denver, CO: February 2016
  • Elderberry Syrup for Health & Cocktails Class FEATURED in 5280 Magazine’s November 2015 article, “Winter in The City”
  • Elderberry Syrup featured at downtown Denver’s Hapa’s Valentine’s Day cocktail menu February 2015

Meet Bridget

Bridget Molloy, MAT, Founder & Certified Herbalist

Bridget grew up in Littleton, Colorado with fresh food and herbs from her family gardens, and camping in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. With a love for herbal teas at a young age, and family roots of her Grandfather planting ginseng in the hills of Iowa and making dandelion wine, Bridget was inspired to understand traditional botanical healing practices and the physiological impact of herbs within the body. She has been practicing herbalism over the past 12 years and is an expert on women’s sexual health & wellbeing. While doing in home parties for women as a Pure Romance Consultant for over 11 years across the US, she was inspired to develop her natural product women’s health line crafted from high quality herbs to support the stories and health concerns that came up during her work with hundreds of women.

She has studied herbalism and ecology around the world, developing a strong drive to connect people to our planet and the medicinal properties of plants. As a life-long scientist and science educator, one of Bridget’s many passions is teach about the benefits of herbs for our health, and about the role of symbiosis in the ecosystems within the human body and on our planet. Inspiring and empowering others to be knowledgeable about the interconnectedness of health and the environment, is a pillar of Bridget’s Botanicals. Her specialties include stress, anxiety, and sexual wellbeing.


Education & Training

  • University of Colorado at Boulder: graduate courses in chemistry & physics science education; NSF Master Teacher Fellow
  • Boston University: MAT (Masters of Art in Teaching) in science education for biology & a Graduate Certificate in Global Ecology Education with Dr. Douglas Zook
  • Georgetown University: graduate courses in Pharmacology & Medicinal Plants
  • Harvard University: graduate courses in Biochemistry & in Medicinal Chemistry of Psychiatric Drugs
  • Bastyr University: Botanical Medicine course in Italy
  • University of Colorado at Boulder: BA in molecular, cellular & developmental biology and also in ecology and evolutionary biology
  • Kinvara, Ireland: Ireland Herb School in Celtic herbalism & spirituality with Tonja Reichley
  • EcoTeach & Arizona State University: Amazon Rainforest ecology and medicinal plant studies
  • Bacalar, Mexico: Naturopathic Health Clinic volunteer & Mayan medicine apprenticeship
  • Belize and Guatemala: Independent ethnobotany studies in Mayan medicine
  • Spiral Path & Herbal Warrior: Community Herbalist Certification with Tonja Reichley, Denver, CO
  • Commonwealth Center of Holistic Herbalism: advanced apprenticeship with Ryn Midura and Katja Swift, Boston, MA
  • Vermont Center of Integrative Herbalism: community classes with Guido Mase, Betzy Bancroft, and Larken Bunce
  • Arts & Science of Herbalism: with Rosemary Gladstar