Three Barks for Tincturing

Its spring (although Minnesota is screaming winter with a fresh layer of snow on the ground… 9 inches to be exact) But regardless, it IS spring.. and the trees are budding and flowers are starting to pop out of the ground. This is the best time to start collecting barks for tinctures. As I’ve stated […]

Febrile Siezures

I have debated over and over on whether or not to share this story. It was a pretty traumatic event but I feel that other parents may need to know incase they ever deal with something like this.. October started out with a bang, as both boys were feverish. Calvin though, had a febrile seizure, […]

Coughs and congestion in kiddos

SEEK MEDICAL CARE IF COUGHS PERSIST ESPECIALLY IF BREATHING IS LABORED OR INCREASED. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IF SKIN IS BLUE, THERE IS BLOOD IN MUCUS, LOSS OF WEIGHT OR COUGH IS LASTING LONGER THAT 15 DAYS. Coughs can come from a variety of situations, exposure to cold air, allergies, infections and more. When approaching a […]

October Links

I figure ill to to post each month links that I have shared on instagram and or things I think you’ll want links to that I have bought this last month. . That way you’re able to find them in all one spot. Most links contain affiliates. First up: Calvins birthday gift. This has been […]

Flu Season Prep

The following is not medical advice and should not be taken as. You should always call a medical professional to seek advice about your health. The following has affiliate links where a small portion is commissioned back to the writer of this blog. It’s right around the corner. It’s the time of year that mothers […]

Homesteading Anywhere

Our journey to becoming more self-sufficient homesteaders began before we were even together. Both my husband and I come from a line of homesteaders, I suppose you could say. We both grew up raising our own food, whether it be cows, chickens, or hunting. Jeremy comes from a long line of farmers, and I come […]

Five Herbs In My Herbal Garden

Recently I took you through a tour of my garden on instagram. The feed back form these videos were fantastic! I’m so glad you enjoyed the videos, and I plan to do a YouTube video on it again in a few weeks! The biggest feedback I got was how informational the herbal garden was. Which […]

Violet Syrup

This past week violets were full bloom! and I feel like there is not better time to share a spring time favorite in our home! Violet syrup! Now if you follow me on instagram this Is saved to a reel and a highlight but I feel it deserves a spot on the website as well. […]

Do you need Ashwagandha?

Today let’s talk about the benefits of ashwagandha. We will treat this blog post relatively close to a material Medica, one that you can look back on when you need to about this wonderful herb. As noted, this is a tincture that is provided in our shop! Disclaimer: As always, the information in this blog […]

Maple Sugaring

Long lived traditions of maple sugaring have been around before settlers even came to the americas. Native Americans would cut into the bark of maple trees and collect the sap that ran off, cook it down in a hollowed out log by continually adding heated rocks to it. The traditions carried on to the settlers […]