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How To Use Shea Nut Oil

While most folks are quite familiar with shea butter, we have found that organic shea nut oil often gets over-looked. Much like shea butter, it makes an absolutely fantastic addition to many body care products.

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How To Make Nourishing Herbal Infusions

Call me frugal, but I love to save money. Nourishing herbal infusions are a great way to add a bit extra botanical sustenance into your life without spending a lot of cash. Drinking nourishing herbal infusions has been a regular practice of mine for years now. I first learned about it from herbalist Susun Weed (who else?) on HerbMentor Radio.

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Posted by Mason

Pacific Northwest Farms

Spring is a time for anticipating harvests and preparing the ground for what lies ahead. Perennial and fall-planted crops are already in the soil and showing growth as temperatures warm and days lengthen. In the spirit of embracing this season, our procurement team took a trip to visit one of our Pacific Northwest farms.

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Posted by Rachel

What Are Grains Of Paradise?



We’ve recently been experimenting with our certified organic Grains of Paradise, and we’ve found that they have a multitude of uses in the kitchen and beyond.

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Raspberry Leaf Tea Blend


I love
raspberry leaf! It is a pleasant tasting herb with a mildly sweet flavor reminiscent of black tea but sans all that caffeine. I have fond memories of drinking this blend during my pregnancy many years ago. Since it’s gentle on the stomach, I drank quite a bit, and it really agreed with me at a time when many other foods didn't!

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Posted by Julie DeBord

New: Organic Kumaon Tea


We’ve got a fantastic new tea that we’re very excited to share! Our organic Kumaon Black Tea has a story that’s as intriguing as its delicious floral notes and earthy, vegetal finish.

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Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Salted Chocolate Cookies

I’ve always been a food fanatic. If the ingredients are high-quality and the fare freshly prepared, I typically like what’s on my plate. So it was with much dismay that I recently discovered I’m gluten and lactose intolerant. I’ve been experimenting with many substitutes for my favorite dishes at home and stumbled upon this combination, which doesn’t make me miss gluten or dairy one bit!

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Posted by Raychel

New Book: Growing At-Risk Medicinal Herbs

Here at Mountain Rose Herbs, we are extremely passionate about protecting our wildlands and seeing that our valuable botanical allies are preserved for future generations. For the past few years we’ve been participating in the Forest Grown Verified program in partnership with our friends at United Plant Savers.

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New: Pipsissewa Extract

Today is Beltane, an ancient Gaelic festival that celebrates the halfway point between spring equinox and summer solstice. It is a time to celebrate fertility and optimism as the days continue to get longer. One of our favorite things to do at this time of year is to head up to the Cascades and celebrate the fertility of our old growth forests. As we get above 4000’ in the mountains, the primary ground cover changes from Oregon grape, our state flower, to pipsissewa.

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Cinco de Mayo Herbal Cocktail & Mocktail Recipes


In Mexico, Cinco de Mayo is a commemoration of the country’s unlikely triumph over French forces in the late 1800s. But May 5 has taken on a very different meaning in the U.S. Many of us here know this day as a time to celebrate Mexican-American culture. And what better way to celebrate than with some festive herbal beverages?

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Posted by Raychel