Brief post today…
…and many other wonderful domestic and biodynamically grown flora.
Okay, maybe not quite that brief. The thing is, it seems like one of the herbs in Right As Rain is giving me a headache (who can say which). Which isn’t to say you would have the same reaction. It’s really quite good and definitely recommended for calming. In addition, many if not all of these ingredients are grown right here in Michigan using the most rigorous environmentally sound methods available:
Raspberry Leaf, Fenugreek, Flax, Anise Hyssop, Peppermint, Oatleaf, Nettles, Alfalfa, Red Clover, Dandelion, Yarrow, Valerian, Oak Bark and Milk Thistle
Valerian is pretty strong (used in magick no less), as is nettle and milk thistle so I’ll have to test them separately later. For now I urge you to try this fun and exciting all-natural herbal tisane.
Today’s post is brought to you by The University of Michigan Cafes who are thankfully still sourcing their teas from Light of Day Organics. If you’re in Ann Arbor (or maybe Flint or Dearborn? Dunno), it’s a real hidden treasure.