Healthy & Edible Halloween Treats

By |October 26th, 2020|

Healthy and Halloween are two words you don’t normally find together — until now. As a health-conscious person, you may be wondering how to mesh this fun fall holiday with your values of living a healthy and vibrant life. The intention of this post is to help you do just that!
Here you’ll find ideas […]

Spiced Cider Mocktail

By |October 21st, 2020|

As we settle into fall and the holiday season, I start craving comfort from warm drinks and seasonal foods. Nothing says fall to me quite like apple cider so I created a special hot mocktail with spiced cider and a boost of brain power from WishGarden’s Genius Juice formula. This is the perfect warm […]

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    Immune Strength through Pregnancy: From One Expectant Mom to Another

Immune Strength through Pregnancy: From One Expectant Mom to Another

By |October 17th, 2020|

In the extraordinary times we’re living in, it’s more important than ever for expecting moms to be extra cautious as we approach cold and flu season. When it comes to pregnancy, determining what’s safe for both mom and baby to support a healthy immune system can be overwhelming. Even conventional over-the-counter options often contain […]

Health Products of the Honey Bee Hive

By |October 14th, 2020|

At the end of September, I attended the Georgia Beekeepers Association fall meeting virtually via Zoom.  One benefit of the pandemic is that I would not have been able to attend the meeting as I live in Arkansas.
One of the seminars discussed the honey bee’s role in mythology, religion, warfare, and politics.  From the […]

Sustainably Cultivating Osha

By |October 6th, 2020|

Today we are over the moon to announce that we are the first national herbal company to have sustainably cultivated osha in our formulas! This is big news for us and big news for osha.
Here’s a little bit about our journey with osha and sustainability.
Part of what makes WishGarden special is our use […]

Elderberries for a Strong Immune System

By |October 1st, 2020|

With the beginning of autumn comes the ripening of the elderberry, my personal harbinger of fall. Each year I trudge into the swamp lands with my knee-high boots, garden sheers in hand, to gather the clusters of berries as steely autumnal clouds slide across the sky. Some branches are so laden with the deep […]