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Do you have seasonal or holiday traditions?

Traditions help to ground us into the season so we can fully appreciate the magic of transitions and celebrate the earth cycles.
Small acts like eating seasonal foods or decorating your house can help our nervous systems so much, creating a place where we feel grounded and at peace.

Examples of winter traditions are:
Creating a yule log
Making winter inspired simmer pots
Matching your activities to the sun (ie. Slow down and rest when the sun goes down)
Gathering pine for tea, herbal medicine, cleaning products, gifts…
Lighting a fire or doing more by candle light
Slowing down and reflecting on the year

There is so much to keep us grounded in the season.
What are some of your favorites?


I’ve noticed a trend lately. I have a tea blend that has mullein in it. Whenever someone sees the ingredients they say “oh! This is for your respiratory and immune system”, without even reading that is actually a digestive support tea.

In the natural living and herbal community, there is an issue with viewing herbs like pills. “You take this herb for this one issue”. But that is not how herbs work. They are complex, multifaceted beings. Yes, mullein is wonderful for the respiratory system, acting as a demulcent, antispasmodic, and expectorant to help moisten and soothe the throat and lungs while assisting in expelling excess mucus.
But also, Mullein is anti inflammatory, antiseptic, and anti bacterial making it wonderful for infections and is commonly used for ear infections. It can also assist our lymphatic system, work as an antiviral, soothe our digestive system, and dampen nerve pain.

No plant does just one thing, and if we keep memorizing the one most common use of a plant, we are loosing out on a plethora of knowledge and experiences, and turning herbalism into allopathic medicine.

Chamomile isn’t just for sleep.
St Johns Wort isn’t just for depression. Turmeric isn’t just for inflammation.

I challenge you to take a look into a plant that you commonly use for one affect and see what else it has to offer us.

🌱What is one plant that you commonly use for one thing?


Hey guys! It’s been a crazy holiday season so far and I am so thankful for your support. Next week I will be on vacation and taking a break from tech so this is your final week for holiday shipping.

If you are local, I will be able to deliver orders the week of Christmas.

I do have two last bottles of fire cider. The next batch will not be ready until the new year.

And I should be getting the Northern Lights Cacao blend on the website today.

Dm me if you need anything!
Happy Holidays!


While it is hard for small businesses to run sales without loosing money, I wanted to give you all a gift in gratitude.
It’s been a great year and I have grown so much, as a business and personally.

So now through Monday the 28th, all orders will receive a small bag of tea as a gift.

I hope you all continue to shop small this holiday season. It is honestly so hard to run a small business right now and orders placed this time of year really help to sustain us during the slower months.



It’s full blown cacao season over here!
I have a new blend for you, a holiday time exclusive.

Introducing Northern Lights!

This peppermint blend is sooo delicious. The cardamom and Reishi balance out the brightness of the peppermint, while also providing a bit of warmth and health benefits. Supporting our parasympathetic nervous system, improving cognitive abilities, and boosting one’s mood are just some of the benefits of this luxurious blend.

They will be available on the website later today, or you can DM me to snag a bag!

Are you drinking lots of hot cocoa right now?



I love winter for the slow down. After the hustle of the holiday season, I am beyond ready to curl up and hide from the world. The winter time is for just that: rest, reflection, and inner work. January will be wonderful, restorative month.

The winter solstice time is no longer celebrated as it once was, with the understanding that this is a period of descent and rest, of going within our homes, within ourselves and taking in all that we have been through, all that has passed in this full year which is coming to a close... like nature and the animal kingdom around us, this time of hibernation is so necessary for our tired limbs, our burdened minds.

Our modern culture teaches avoidance at a max at this time; alcohol, lights, shopping, overworking, over spending, comfort food and consumerism.
And yet the natural tug to go inwards as nearly all creatures are doing is strong and the weather so bitter that people are left feeling that winter is hard, because for those of us without burning fires and big festive families, it can be lonely and isolating. Whereas in actual fact winter is kind, she points us in her quiet soft way towards our inner self, towards this annual time of peace and reflection, embracing the darkness and forgiving, accepting and loving embracing goodbye the past year.

"Winter takes away the distractions, the buzz, and presents us with the perfect time to rest and withdraw into a womb like love, bringing fire & light to our hearth".

.. and then, just around the corner the new year will begin again, and like a seed planted deep in the earth, we will all rise with renewed energy once again to dance in the sunlight

Life is a gift ❤ a Happy winter to you all...
Written by Bridget Anna McNeil
Artwork by Jessica Boehman

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The world is getting louder and faster, and it can be really difficult to quiet our thoughts and sit still. Silence is almost a foreign concept in our modern society and can feel very uncomfortable. In this class we discuss plants to assist you in getting into a meditative state as well as herbs for sleep and dream work. You will also receive a small herbal gift as well!

This class has a limit of 10 students.
Sign up below!


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You are looking at Magical "Ghost Apples" in the Fruit Ridge area of Kent County, Michigan.
An unusual phenomenon when freezing rain coats rotting apples before they fall.
The apple turns mushy and eventually slips out, leaving the icy shell still hanging on the tree 🧊🍎

Photo credit: Andrew Sietsema

Photos from Herbaceous Goods's post 11/15/2022


To highlight the last two bundles, let’s start with the Luxurious Bundle!
🍫This bundle is filled with indulgence to really pamper yourself. You’ve worked hard and deserve to feel taken care of. Utilize each for these products to spoil yourself a bit each day.

This bundle includes:
The Awake Energizing Chocolate Blend
The Radiant Herbal Body Oil (2oz)
The Ground-On-The-Go Roller

😌The next bundle is the Happy Hormones Bundle!
If you are constantly being bombarded with free radicals, toxic chemicals, polluted air, and stress (as most of us in our modern world are), then chances are your hormones are a bit lackluster. This balancing and nourishing bundle is here to detoxify and realign your hormonal blueprint.

This bundle includes:
The Matron Balancing Extract
The Red Moon Herbal Tea + infuser
The Radiant Herbal Body Oil (4oz)

All four of the Holiday Bundles are now available on my website! 🔗 in bio!

🤩Which one are you most excited about?
The Inner Peace Bundle
The Immunity Bundle
The Luxurious Bundle
Or The Happy Hormones Bundle?


😌Inner Peace Bundle

Let’s be honest, most of us are bombarded with stress and anxiety every day. In such a fast paced world, it can be hard to calm our nervous systems and get true rest.

🫖This bundle includes:
Quiet- A Calming Elixir
Inner Peace Tea and infuser
Ground Herbal Body Oil

In the bundle, you will find allies to help your circling thoughts slow, your shoulders and jaw to unclench, and your heart to stop pounding. These are my tried and true preparations for when I get too in my head and need some intense rest and calm.

Available tomorrow, 11/15!

🌹Do you know someone who could use some relief?


🤧Immunity Holiday Bundle🤒

All holiday bundles will open for purchase next Tuesday the 15th, but let me give you some more details about each one.

The Immunity Bundle is much needed right now. I myself just got over the flu.

This bundle comes in a few variations.
First option is the Immuni-tea, tea infuser, and Elderberry Delight.

Second option is swapping the Elderberry Delight for Fire Cider.

And the third option is to include both the Elderberry Delight and Fire Cider.

With this bundle, hopefully you and your loved ones are feeling better in no time. Packed with immune and respiratory supporting herbs, this preparations are not only soothing but delicious.

Don’t miss out on this bundle, launching next Tuesday. The Fire Cider option is limited.


Over the next week I will posting about my new upcoming holiday bundles, but this bundle is available right now!
�This bundle is the perfect gift for any tea lover in your life, including yourself! Each bundle will come with your choice of a small bag of loose tea (3.5"x5.5"), a surprise mug, and a mesh tea infuser. Larger bags of tea are available upon request for an additional charge.�All mugs are second-hand, and come in a variety of patterns and colors. Pictured are some examples but not all options.�You also have the option of a custom tea blend.

With 7 premade teas to choose from, plus the option of a custom tea blend, you can’t go wrong with this warming gift.

Check out all options in my bio with the SHOP NOW button.



Yes! I can see and feel this shift too. And it makes me so happy.

Photos from LOCAL Clarksville, TN's post 11/04/2022

You now find a small selection of my favorite teas and new body oils at Made By Adelaide. Grand opening is tonight!! Come on out and celebrate this beautiful local business.


How are you handling the changing seasons?

I personally have a hard time during the liminal seasons (spring and autumn). The constant fluctuation in weather and temperature, the plant and animal patterns changing, the different types of food, the changes in activities, and the energy shifts all feel so big and raw. My nervous system tends to feel fried with the constant changes.

Some things that help keep me grounded are:
🌿Herbal Body Oiling- you all know how much I love this. Before every event, large gatherings, meetings, and just whenever I start to feel raw energetically, I will give myself a nice massage and focus on being in my body.

🌹Hyper focusing on one plant or plant type around me- It can be really overwhelming with the amount of shifts during these times, so by focusing on the changes in one particular plant it limits the amount of sensory stimulation and helps you to appreciate subtle changes.

🌞Getting some sun when you can- Sometimes your schedule won’t line up with the sunny days but trying to get as much as you can will help boost your vitamin D levels and give you a nice shot of serotonin.

🍛Listening to how your body wants to be nourished-You may have noticed how when it’s warm you tend to crave cooler, more raw foods and when it’s cold you tend to crave warmer, denser foods. But during the liminal months, we don’t have steady and clear temperatures so our cravings could be wacky. Just go with it and listen to what your body wants. If you want fresh fruit, have some. If you want stew, have some. Our bodies are much more intelligent than we give them credit for.

🍁How are you coping with this seasonal change?


🥱Do you have a hard time staying awake with how little sun we have this time of year?
Maybe you need to try my energizing chocolate blend, Awake.

The main energizing ingredient is the Maca root. This Peruvian root has been used for centuries for a number of heath benefits including stress management, increased energy and balancing hormones. I think we could all use some help with all three of those.

This cacao blend has been loved by many and has been used in a variety of ways. From adding it to coffee and milk shakes, to drinking it alone and added to baking, this blend is versatile and delicious.

Dm me or check out my website to get your own jar!

🍫Have you tried the Awake blend? How did you use it?


It’s true, we did meet a lot of folks who didn’t know pumpkins are in fact edible, but it’s not their fault. Commercialism is the biggest educator in our society. So here’s a usual bit our audiences used to hear from me at our harvest-time demos, shortened for you here ----> Through precise methods of breeding, Native Peoples transformed wild gourds/early squash and grass into ground fruits and grain that fed large regions of Native America (and later, the world over). For thousands of years Native farmers (likely many women) bred squash/pumpkins and corn into bigger, productive and nourishing crops, able to thrive at many latitudes and altitudes, perfecting plant qualities for harvest, storage and consumption,… all for us (you and me) to prefer less edible qualities of some of these same crops?!? And why? Because holiday decorating is big business! Just think about this… We took perfectly edible pumpkins and bred new varieties from them to be thinner with a woody texture because these qualities worked better for carving… So we purposely made a fruit less pleasant to eat so we can put a face on it, then let it rot until we unceremoniously toss it. Or how about the way we just outright labeled food inedible, like the multicolor “Indian decorative corn” that graces so many doorways this time of year. How strange it is, when you think about it, that we took the work of thousands of years, the work of thousands of Native hands and minds that went into creating and perfecting crops to feed humans, that we purposely bred some of these strains to make them less edible. Wow! (Photo: A perfectly baked pumpkin/squash, stone-grilled venison, and boiled green corn from our/WIEP’s camp at Feast of the Hunters’ Moon, 2017).
NOTICE: STAY TUNED FOR *NATIVE FOODS NOVEMBER* POSTS!!!... celebrating the Indigenous foodways of the Eastern Woodlands.

Photos from Herbaceous Goods's post 11/01/2022

Rose Hips🌹

Rose hips are the fruiting part/seed pod of roses. They can often be seen in the fall. Full of Vitamin C, antioxidants and fatty acids, this bright fruit is wonderful topically and internally. They have traditionally been used as an anti-inflammatory and for pain relieving. They can help replenish skin, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, increase urination, improve circulation, and help heal burns.

Rose hips are great in jelly, syrups, teas, and can be powdered for make up/ skincare or seasoning.

It is best to wait until after the first frost to harvest as they get sweeter after the frost.

Have you used rose hips before?

Photos from Wild Flour Bake Shop's post 10/31/2022

Want to try a cup of my best selling tea blend? Stop by Wild Flour Bake Shop for a hot cup!


Aren’t sure how to start incorporating herbs into your daily life?

Chances are, you already have but didn’t realize it. Powdered spices are very common in cooking and incorporating other herbs is just as easy. I love using powdered herbs as ways to up the nutritional value of my food. Even your classic garlic, Italian seasoning and onion powder are adding nutrients and additional benefits to your dishes, and you had no idea!

Outside of regular culinary herbs and spices, the first powdered herb I worked with was Nettle.
Nettle is packed full of vitamins and minerals. While the taste is fairly earthy, it can easily be hidden by stronger flavors if you don’t like it. Pasta, soups, meat marinades and seasonings, possibilities abound when it comes to cooking with nettle.

My next favorite is powdered mushrooms. You would think as a herbalist I LOVE mushrooms, and I really do, but not the textures. So I prefer to use powdered mushrooms so I still get their wonderful benefits. They can easily buy used in savory or sweet dishes.

Herbal salts, chocolate blends, seasoning blends, powdered herbs are very versatile and easy to quickly add to any dish. Picky eaters don’t stand a chance.

🤫🤫I secretly add mushrooms to most of my cooking and my husband has no idea (but now he will 🤣).

What’s your favorite powdered herb or spice?


Have you started your holiday shopping? Why not stop by a vendor event and support some small local businesses!?

This time of year is when most small businesses make the bulk of their income to be able to support the business through the slower months, which tend to be January to April.
You’ve probably heard this again and again but purchasing from a small business is a huge deal to the owner. You put food on our tables, gas in our cars, buy treats for our pets but also keep us inspired during the hard times.

I know handmade tends to cost more and it’s not always possible so if you can’t afford to purchase from your favorite small business, any little bit of extra shout outs help so much. Share your favorite product on social media, add an item to your holiday wish list, and share our events with others.

Thank you so much for all of your support and I hope to see you at an event!


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