Botanical Blog

Unlocking the Secrets of Mayan Abdonimal Massage

2019-06-17

Did you know that it’s natural and normal for the uterus to move slightly during arousal and intercourse? This is because the vagina elongates during an aroused state, and due to the movement of the activity. Also, the uterine ligaments are meant to stretch for childbirth, of course. However, outside of these circumstances, the uterus […]

Getting Pregnant Naturally

2019-05-23

The month of May is the perfect time to discuss fertility and pregnancy. On May 1 parts of the world celebrated the Gaelic holiday, Beltane, known as May Day in the U.S. Traditional Beltane activities include jumping over a broom for increased fertility, braiding hair or putting ribbons in the hair, all in the name […]

The Surprising and Wonderful Health Benefits of Dandelions

2019-04-10

Dandelion for Detox, Digestion, and Beyond Ahh, Spring! You start to survey your yard and are pleased to see the grass greening up, the iris leaves poking up through the ground, and new growth on the trees. But the one thing you may not be pleased to see is dandelions! These plants have gotten a […]

Spring Goddess Salad

2019-03-20

Happy Spring Equinox! Hope you can join me at my class on herbs that are fabulous for Spring detox to get the season off to a fresh new start, with a rejuvinated and supported mind body and spirit. To support your season, enjoy this delicious simple Spring Goddess Salad recipe below. For more botanical education […]

The Science of Aphrodisiacs

2019-03-01

When you think about aphrodisiacs you might think of kooky witches stirring a cauldron and selling a bottled love potion to the villagers who are hoping to have someone fall in love with them. Even though the idea of aphrodisiacs may seem the stuff of fairy tales, there is actually science behind it–and I believe […]