The healing art of herbal medicine is using herbal therapies to create wellness. It is lifetimes of wisdom used to grow, nurture, and harvest living energy to be used to nourish the body, mind, and spirit. Remedies that encapsulate the essence of these plants can light up our lives. Unlike other forms of medicine they are blessed with the unique ability to restore and preserve harmony on all levels-physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
I have a variety of herbs and preparations at the studio and can custom blend to your needs. Schedule a wellness consultation to see how herbal medicine in combination with other complementary therapies can help you. Herbal workshops are also available. The use of herbal medicine goes far back in my family and I have been growing and working with plant medicine for as long as I can remember, ever so grateful for the ancient wisdom that has been passed down through the wise women of my family. I am a Certified Master Herbalist and have an AAS in Complementary & Alternative Medicine with specialization in Herbal Medicine from the American College of Healthcare Sciences . I am also member of the American Herbalists Guild and United Plant Savers, two wonderful organizations in herbal medicine.
I have a variety of natural vitamins, supplements, probiotics, and wellness products available as well as herbal teas, tinctures, herbal preparations, and dried herbs and powders. For clients I offer custom blends of herbal preparations and aromatherapy preparations as well as offer guidance on the best supplements for your wellness goals.
The herbs you find here are either grown or wildcrafted by me, or are of organic, fair trade, non-GMO, and sustainable nature. My blends are infused with Reiki during the creation process. I grow my herbs with love, crystals, and Reiki in a chemical free garden. My seeds or plants are obtained through organic growers and others have been in my family for years. I plant, grow, and harvest all herbs by the lunar calendar to assure the strongest plant energy.
*It is recommended that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products especially if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or if you have any medical conditions. Product and information given here is not evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Please be advised that I cannot personally advise you without first seeing you as a client in my studio.
Below are just a few pictures of herbs from my gardens and preparations made from them. Follow me on Instagram @integrativehealingartsstudio or @enchanted.raven for more garden pictures and herbal education. My Facebook pages are Integrative Healing Arts Studio and Raven’s Corner Herbals & Enchantments . You can also find some of my more popular items in my Etsy Shop, Raven’s Corner Herbals
Stinging nettle, Urtica dioica, or as my mom calls them “brennnessel” in German. In Germany after WWII her family was severely malnourished as there was not much food available, their bodies covered with open sores and they had lost most of their hair. My Oma would send my mom and her siblings out along the field ways with big baskets to pick the nettle. She recalls how much they hated picking them because all they had were knives and scissors,no gloves to protect their hands from the sting. My Oma would cook them like spinach and they swore it returned them to health. As an extremely nutritive herb I can understand why as it is full of important vitamins and minerals. To this day we enjoy eating the nettle and daily nettle infusions for good health <3