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Herbs for Body, Mind and Spirit in Challenging Times

By |April 1st, 2020|

In light of our new shared reality, it felt appropriate to shift the Herb of the Month blog to feature many useful herbs, rather than just one. Many suppliers are low on herbs so it can be helpful to have a list of herbs on hand to use as alternatives. We can all use […]

Managing Sinus Issues

By |March 26th, 2020|

Sinus issues run rampant across the U.S. at this time of year.  Your sinuses may be dripping or congested, you feel sick, and it may be because of allergies or food intolerances or both. What is the purpose of sinuses, anyway?
The sinuses have a number of purposes.  To start, there are four sets of […]

Getting Your Green In: Two Green Smoothie Recipes

By |March 16th, 2020|

There’s a point, usually in March, when the monochrome winter landscape officially loses its appeal. This often coincides with the first patches of warmer weather that happen around this time, when the snow begins to recede a little, teasing us with glimpses of exposed ground or a whiff of damp soil thawing in the […]

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    On COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Some Simple Tips To Protect Your Immune System

On COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Some Simple Tips To Protect Your Immune System

By |March 10th, 2020|

In response to the growing concerns surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus), and the questions we are receiving regarding which of our products would be most useful, we would like to first and foremost recommend that if you are experiencing any illness-like complaints or discomforts, that you seek medical help from your Medical Doctor for proper assessment, […]

The Many Wonders Of Astragalus

By |March 6th, 2020|

Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) has been used for thousands of years in Chinese Medicine and is widely believed to restore health on all levels – mental, physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual. A. membranaceus is known as Huang Qi in China, which means “yellow leader,” referring to the root’s yellow color and its long-standing elite classification […]

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    On Sustainability: An Interview With WishGarden’s Erin Smith

On Sustainability: An Interview With WishGarden’s Erin Smith

By |March 2nd, 2020|

Hi Erin, congratulations to WishGarden on winning a Green Business Silver award by the City of Louisville. Tell us a bit about this award and why it’s important?
Thanks! We are really honored to be recognized by the City of Louisville for our sustainability efforts. Louisville and the rest of Boulder County is very cutting […]