Herbal Series

Here you will find links to the posts in my Herbal Series all in one place for your reading pleasure. I hope you find this series helpful.
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American Beauty Berry

Callicarpa americana

Lovely to look upon and edible!


Rubus fruticosus

Delicious and plentiful!

Butterfly Pea Flower

Clitoria mariana

A subscriber requested post.


Stellaria media

Beloved by humans and chickens alike.


Taraxacum officinale

“Teeth of the Lion”


Commelina sp.

You’ve probably met her and didn’t even know it!


Sambucus nigra, S. canadensis

One of the most coveted herbs during cold/flu season.


Allium sativa

Let your food be your medicine.


Solidago species

One of my favorite ladies.


Crataegeus monogyna

One of the best herbs for heart health!


Malva officinalis

Where a beloved sweet treat originated.


Passiflora incaranta

The Flower symbolizes the crucifixion of my Lord in its beauty. Even creation sings His praises, and she is medicinal!

Poke Weed

Phytolacca americana

The one plant I will talk about that could actually hurt you if you don’t respect her. Please do your research.


Rubus idaeus

A girl’s best friend.


Prunella vulgaris

A great universal herb, aka Heal All.

Sweet Violet

Viola odorata

Decongestant herb, gentle enough for kids.


Balms and Salves

All natural skin care.

Heal wounds, relieve dry skin, reduce scars and more!


An infusion for those harder plant parts.

Can be for pleasure or medicinal purposes, with the prospect of making stronger medicinal remedies than you could get with infusions.

Infused Oils

Versatility at its finest.

Use in food, bath and body products, for massages and much more.


It’s basically tea.

The simplest way to prepare herbs other than eating them raw, for pleasure or medicinal purposes.

Powders, Pills & Capsules

Another convenient way to take herbal remedies.

Get the kids in on making remedies!


Tasty and medicinal.

A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.


Alcohol, Vinegar, or Glycerin based.

One of the strongest herbal remedies, with a very long shelf life.

Tonic Wines

A lovely holiday-time remedy.

Make your evening wine better for you.


Bug Repelling Plants

Chemical free and organic repellents!

The Simpler’s Method

A simpler way to measure.

Herbal Treatment Dosages

A general overview of herbal dosages.

Many blessings,
Emma Lee Joy