How To Make A Summer Garden Bath Tea | Herbal Academy | A summer garden bath tea is a great way to unwind. Here are our top five herbs to include plus tips for planting, growing, and harvesting these herbs too!
  ON July 15,2019

How To Make A Summer Garden Bath Tea

What’s better than unwinding into a summer garden bath tea? Much like drinking herbal teas, herbal bath teas can also be enjoyed long past the last sip, or in this case, soak. You see, when you soak in a relaxing herbal bath tea, not only does your skin soak in the calming, stress-relieving herbal benefits,…

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Strawberry Basil Infusion: A Last Taste of Summer | Herbal Academy | Enjoy the last taste of summer with this delicious and simple Strawberry Basil Infusion. It's a perfect fit for those final days of summer!
  ON August 15,2018

Strawberry Basil Infusion: A Last Taste of Summer

Who says tea always needs to be sipped hot? Infusions, like the one below, are a great way to rejuvenate your body after a hot day in the sun while also imparting the flavors and benefits of these hydrating summer edibles! August is a busy time of the year! Harvests are gathered and prepared for…

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20 Inspiring Ways To Use Marshmallow Root | Herbal Academy | Marshmallow is a versatile root that can be used in teas, tinctures, and hair balms as well as to create delicious marshmallow treats. Here are 20 ways to use marshmallow root!
  ON July 31,2017

20 Inspiring Ways To Use Marshmallow Root

Did you know that marshmallows, those sweet, fluffy treats that are popular for roasting at bonfires, were originally made from the root of a beautiful plant? Marshmallow is a charming perennial that boasts pale pink-white petals. All parts of the marshmallow plant can be consumed, but the most commonly used portion is the root. The…

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How To Have A Sensational Experience With Oatstraw | The Herbal Academy | Experience the sensation of oatstraw with this vivid post!
  ON February 19,2016

How To Have A Sensational Experience With Oatstraw

by Rebecca Swartwood Salty, sweet, milky, feminine, watery, strengthening, silky, easy… These were my initial impressions after drinking my first cup of oatstraw infusion. It was soothingly thick, almost chewable in my mouth, coating throat and stomach with its healing liquid. As I sat with the tea, I felt strengthened deep into my core, the…

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