Year of Herbs


Herb of the month – July- Ching Wan Hung

sunburn relief
I know in the summer you always leave the house with your hat, your sunnies, and covered in 50SPF right? Just in case you forget a reapply or two, we’ve got you covered! This yummy herbal burn balm, ching wan hung, will help sooth the sting from those nasty summer sunburns.  Call us to place your order and come pick some up today!

Herb of the month- May – Chia Seed


Chia seeds are rich in fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus. They are loaded with antioxidants which help reduce the signs of aging. Chia seeds have been shown to help maintain a healthy weight and can help reduce appetite. They may also lower the risk of heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes. They contain many nutrients that assist in bone health. Lucky for us, chia seeds are easy to sprinkle on foods you are already eating to get the most benefits from our foods.

Herb of the month – April – Ju Hua

Ju Hua (Chrysanthemum Flower) Tea
Steep 3-5 of the dried flowers (available from your friendly neighborhood acupuncturist) in 8oz boiling water.
add local honey to taste
enjoy 1-3 times a day to help with those itchy spring allergy eyes!

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