Heal | Herbal Oil
A remedio made with homegrown herbs for cuts, scrapes, and bruises. Heal comes in a 2 oz clear glass bottle with pump.
Made with Cold-Pressed Olive Oil infused with Plantain & Comfrey Leaves, Mullein Flowers
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Oak Ash Bowls
One-of-a-kind Bowls with local Oak Ash, hand applied and gas fired.
Traditionally, pottery is wood-fired in Japan and other places. The minerals trapped in organic matter such as wood are burned and released in the kiln atmosphere, adhering to red-hot vessels.
This is an attempt to capture the aesthetic of working with minimal commercial materials and letting the elements – fire, clay, wood-ash, water – speak for themselves.
One-of-a-kind, made by Elena Vanasse Torres
A Simple Guide to Folk Herbalism (E-BOOK)
NEW! 2ND EDITION includes over 50 pages, over 20 recipes, and beautiful original herbal illustrations by Kat Labate Wright.
This labor of love is a rather humble work that just begins to unveil the ancient, fascinating, and multi-faceted world of plant medicine. Within the pages of this 56-page booklet, you’ll find an introduction to simple herbal medicine making techniques, recipes + ideas to make your own remedies, and tips for harvesting, storing, and drying herbs. A great reference for herbalists new and old!
Learn the beautifully simple ways to make:
Herbal Teas, Infusions, Decoctions, Baths, and Steams
Herb-Infused Oils + Salves
INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: Use shipping address PO BOX 1827, Willits, CA 95490 at check out
While we absolutely would love for you to share the remedies you make from this booklet, we ask that you please not share the file itself as a sign of respect for our hard work in creating it. Thank you!
Protect | Herbal Oil
A remedio made with homegrown herbs to nourish skin and create an energetic force field. Protect comes in a 2 oz clear glass bottle with pump.
Made with Cold-Pressed Olive Oil infused with Yarrow & Sweet Annie (a cousin of Mugwort)
Sea + Mountains Cup | Soda Fired
One-of-a-kind Soda-Fired tea cup (termed yunomi in Japan) with glazed Shino interior.
Soda Firing is a method of “atmosphere firing”that incorporates soda ash at crucial moments during firing. The result is a glossy, orange-peel texture even on un-glazed surfaces.