GINKGO BILOBA One of the oldest tree on the planet, first growing back 190 million years ago. Though Long used as a medicine in Native China, it’s therapeutic actions have only recently been researched.  The leaves are used to treat poor circulation and to maintain plentiful blood flow to the central nervous system. Ginkgo is […]


Ancestral Health & Herbal Medicine Making Growing up in the Hudson Valley was always so much fun we used to go into the woods looking for berries and fun nature experiences. We remain connected to the old way of doing things turning to plants for our medicine using ancient techniques to extract the medicinal properties […]


SAGE Medicinal Actions: Carminative, antispasmodic, astringent, antiseptic, reduces sweating, uterine stimulant, enhances memory, soothe a sore throat, and stimulates bile flow. Drink one cup of infusion three times a day for diarrhea, to help improve digestive function ib debility, or to ease menopausal symptoms, including night sweats. You can gargle as a mouthwash for sore […]


Thyme Medicinal Actions  Antiseptic, expectorant, antimicrobial, diuretic, anabiotic, and a wound herb. Drink infusions three times per day for coughs, and chest infections, mild asthma, hayfever, stomach chills, and IBS. Combine infusion with Raw Honey to create a soothing cough syrup to ease coughs and chest infections. 


SERVING UP HEALTHY, TIME-SAVING SOLUTIONS TO TIME-IMPOVERISHED FAMILIES The battle of the bulge, the agony of food allergies, and the tyranny of time poverty are mounting issues faced by many families, but a growing number of Americans are finding that the solution to those challenges might be as easy as hiring a chef. While the […]

Meal Prepping & Planning

Meal Prepping & Planning The average family spends as much as 20 hours per week, planning, shopping, preparing and cleaning up from preparing dinner at home.  There are a few easy tips that can help you reduce that time: Plan Ahead – By planning out the meals for the week, you can save time by […]


Clover actions in the body as a Lymphatic Cleanser, Expectorant, Sedative, and Diuretic. Use the flowers to make an infusion to see rip or tanks chair to treat stubborn coughs especially whooping cough or bronchitis.  Make into a Tincture and take three times a day for eczema, psoriasis, and cold sores. Can also make a […]


Principles of Baking Camp Baking Camp starts on Monday, August 19th to Friday, August 23rd, 2019 at starts at 11 AM and ends at 3 PM.        To be successful at Baking, it’s important to have a basic understanding of how baking ingredients function and how they react to each other. Food Adventures Baking […]

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