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Irene

Irene, Customer Experience Director, supervises the daily operations of all our customer-facing activities at Mountain Rose Herbs. She also serves on the board of directors for Eugene-based nonprofit Cascadia Wildlands, protecting our precious outdoors. When she isn’t ensuring your experience aligns with the goals and mission of our company, she can be found taking care of her adorable twin boys, crafting her own line of body care products, and even harvesting wild plants and gardening.

Recent Posts

Spring Recipes: Stinging Nettle Harvest

 

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Herbal Hair Care

The majority of hair products commercially available, even among those touted as all-natural, contain synthetic detergents, fragrances, petrochemicals, and known allergens. These ingredients are harsh, stripping natural oils from the hair and scalp and resulting in imbalances to the scalp and hair. By making our own hair care products, we can help repair the health of our hair and scalp – all while saving money!

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DIY: Herbal Soap Making From Scratch

                 

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Herbal Laundry Formulas: Part 2

 

Find Part 1 here! 

 

Conventional dryer sheets contain synthetic fragrances, chemicals, and known carcinogens and neurotoxins.  These unnatural substances have been linked to disorders of the brain and nervous system, as well as headaches, nausea, dizziness, depression, loss of muscle coordination, fatigue, drowsiness, and other illnesses. Plus, they’re unrecyclable and end up in landfills.  Consider ditching the toxic dryer sheets and using homemade herbal dryer sachets instead!

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Herbal Laundry Formulas: Part 1

                     

When I was young, my mom always hung our laundry outside to dry. I adored the way it smelled afterwards, infused by the enchanting aromas of lush green grass, fragrant flowers, tall evergreen trees, clean country air, and warm sunlight.

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Brew Your Own Kombucha: Part 2

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Brew Your Own Kombucha: Part 1

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Mama & Baby’s Massage Oil

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Essential Recipes for Late Summer

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Measuring in Parts (with Recipes)

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