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    Interview with Juli Burdette, WishGarden Ambassador of the Month

Interview with Juli Burdette, WishGarden Ambassador of the Month

By |February 19th, 2018|

Hi Juli, congratulations on recently being named WishGarden’s Ambassador of the Month. Can you tell us a little about yourself?
First off, thank you so much for this recognition. I’ve been a silent and passionate ambassador of WishGarden’s products since we began seeing them here in Arizona years back. It’s an honor to support your […]

Milky Oats

By |December 29th, 2017|

Avena sativa, otherwise known as the “common oat,” is the same plant that provides us with oatmeal, but the fresh version of this herb is quite different. In the young, green, “milky” stage when the immature oat seed is fresh and moist, the plant offers a unique quality as a trophorestorative — an excellent tonic/food for […]

Ayurvedic Hot Chocolate: A Recipe

By |January 30th, 2017|

Here in Vermont we have already seen a few decent snowfalls this winter. Of course, just mentioning the word snow, my mind automatically drifts over to sledding, and inevitably winds up thinking about that warm cup of hot cocoa post excursion. I think it’s safe to say that for most people hot chocolate stirs […]

The Secret To Getting Children To Take Herbal Bitters

By |April 18th, 2016|

Herbal “bitters” are gaining popularity these days among adults, and it’s no wonder why. They’re a great way to support one’s digestive health.

They’ve not only been found to help stimulate digestion, but they’re a great way to increase the amount of prebiotics in one’s diet and support healthy bowel function, too.

But, no matter […]

Breathe Away Stress & Anxiety

By |March 23rd, 2015|

Feeling anxious, flighty, nervous or jittery? I’m sure you have all heard numerous times how you should just “take a deep breath and slow down.” Admittedly, when I used to hear this, I would just respond to the advice with a dramatic eye-roll.  However, to quote a fellow student from my yoga teacher training, […]

Postpartum Care: 4 Tips to Help You Survive (and Thrive)

By |May 8th, 2014|

When someone asks me what I do, it’s hard to answer. Usually I say, “I help people have babies” – vague as that may sound. I’m a birth and postpartum doula and I help parents adjust to life with a baby. Unlike a nurse or a pediatrician or even a midwife or OB, my […]