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Chickweed: A wild spring super *STAR*…

This little green super star is definitely one of my favourites to forage every spring. Not just because it is so soft to the touch and kind of makes me feel very faerie picking it, but also because it was one of my first ‘miracle’ cures, when I first started my journey with wild plants. Read more

Where there is doubt, there is no way.

Aristotle once said: “Criticism is something you can easily avoid by saying nothing, doing nothing, being nothing.”

How these ancient words still ring true some 2000 years after they were first written. Read more

Yoga: Stretching Beyond Your Comfort Zone

As long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a dancer. Whenever I would see someone dancing, whether it was on film or in “real” life, I would cry. I still do. It invokes something so nostalgic and spiritual that when I watch, even for a moment, I become that dance. I quite literally feel as though, I disappear into it. Read more

Pine Needle Tea

The sun has been out and about the past couple days and let me tell you, when this happens in England (come spring), I throw on my boots and literally speed walk to my favourite forest. Granted I was still walking in some pretty thick mud, but the sun was shining, so who cares?!! Read more

Equinox Seasonal Support

The autumn equinox is upon us and during this time we experience a natural shift from the more open and expansive time of summer, to the more introspective energies of winter. Read more

Wild Chamomile

Remember the story of Peter Rabbit? He was given a cup of chamomile tea by his Ma to soothe and calm, after barely escaping with his life in Farmer John’s garden. Age old tales always leave their mark and wisdom and this one in particular made chamomile famous! Read more

Dandelion Recipes

No creature is fully itself till it is, like the dandelion, opened in the bloom of pure relationship to the sun, the entire living cosmos.”

– D.H. Lawrence

Dandelion Flower Vinegar

Dandelion Flower Vinegar

Spring is here and these beautiful little rays of sunshine are in full bloom everywhere at the moment, so I’ve decided to pluck a few from my garden and preserve their nutritious loveliness! Read more

Ode To Vincent


Let love awaken you
Like wind stirs wild flowers
In a mid-summer dream,
Moving and swaying
In rhythm
As meadows blush
Garnet red and violet purple
In a palace of air
Among trees. Read more

Science of Yoga: The Risks and Rewards

The Science of Yoga.jpgWhat an excellent read! The author, who has practiced yoga for over 40 years and is an award winning scientific journalist, takes a fair and balanced approach to the ins and outs of yoga in a simple journey to figure out what works and why. Read more

Fire Cider

I spent the morning making a couple jars of Fire Cider. Fire Cider is an age old natural folk remedy for colds and an all-around Winter immune booster with circulatory, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, decongestant properties. Read more

Wild For You [in] Funky Raw Magazine

Funky-Raw-Issue-30-Winter-14The Funky Raw Magazine is a London based quarterly publication covering raw food, nutrition, raw recipes, wild foods, consciousness, poetry, permaculture, and lots more. Including UK raw food news, event and potluck listings. Read more

Winter Heart Warmer – Tea Recipe

If you’re like me and you struggle with cold hands and feet in the winter, I have discovered that hot baths, yoga, and a warm cup of tea are nature’s ultimate soothers and an important prescription for staying grounded and less resistant to accepting (both physically & emotionally) the long, grey, cold winter months. Read more

Wild For You Tea – In the media!

Hello All,

I hope this finds you healthy and happy! As you can gather, now that the autumn months are upon us, my productivity with respect to foraging has been sadly diminished. I am reduced to the last of Mother Earth’s final offerings, namely rosehips, hawthorn berries, dandelion roots and the last of my home grown marigolds.

Not to worry though, this just means more sleep and fewer cuts and scratches from the fields and forests.  I will however, be posting a blurb about the benefits, etc. of rosehips, hawthorn berries,  dandelion roots, and marigolds in the near future.

Tea Review by Bryony Bowie of 'The Orbital'I’m also very excited to share this lovely review of my teas by lifestyle editor Bryony Bowie of the London based publication ‘The Orbital’.

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