What’s in the Herbal Share CSA Box

2018 Spring Herbal Share – SIGN UP NOW

Our bodies energy is beginning to move upward and outward, just like the energy of emerging spring plants through the warming earth. If our energy is stagnant and unbalanced, this will be reflected in how we feel in our bodies and mind as we move from Winter into Spring and beyond. It’s the best time of year to focus on balancing and cleansing the liver/gallbladder, which in turn affect the strength and health of our digestive system throughout the whole year

Our Herbal Spring Share is designed to do just that.

This years Spring Herbal share includes;

Nutrient Dense Spring Herbal Tonic 10 oz.
Ingredients: Infused Nettles, Horsetail. Dandelion leaf, Holy Basil and Rosemary in organic apple cider with the “Mother”
Nutrient dense, full of minerals and alkalizing in nature, our Spring Herbal Tonic helps build vitality as you move into Spring and beyond.

Tasty Digestive Bitters 2 oz.
Ingredients: Orange peel, Dandelion root, Ginger root, Anise seed, Gentian and Stevia
Bitters have been used throughout history to stimulate the digestive system, cleanse the body and build vitality. When a bitter substance is recognized by bitter receptors on the tongue, digestive enzymes are given the signal to be released. This in turn improves digestive function, which over time strengthens all digestive organs.

Spring Clean Liver Support Tincture 2 oz.
Ingredients: Burdock root, Dandelion root, Yellow dock root, Milk thistle seed, Calendula and Brandy
Our Spring Clean Liver Support Tincture gently cleanses and detoxifies while also regenerating and protecting the both the liver and gall bladder.

Lemongrass, Anise Hyssop and Lavender Tea 1/2 oz.
A tasty herbal tea to drink in the Spring or anytime of year.

Arnica cream 1 oz.
Arnica helps to relieve muscle pain and stiffness due to minor injuries, overexertion and falls
It reduces pain, swelling and discoloration from bruises.

cost per share – $75.00                                                                                                                             Each herbal share includes a newsletter detailing information about the herbal remedies and photos from the farm.