herbalist-crafted body care
I formulate my products with care and intention, slowly making each batch by hand. I grow or wildcraft many of the herbs myself. What I do buy is often sourced locally and always grown without chemicals.
The body oils are infused in organic, cold-pressed oil from midwest sunflowers and the honey and beeswax are from a local family-owned farm.
In an effort to give Mama Earth a little relief I use essential oils very sparingly and purposefully in only four offerings. My products are packaged in reusable glass and orders go out wrapped with recyclable or repurposed materials.
client-centered herbal coaching
I offer herbal coaching packages shaped by your unique interests and needs.
Learn how working with herbs can help you feel empowered, grounded, and full of vitality.
I'm a folk herbalist and teacher. My work is rooted in earth-based practices and is inspired by stories of the old village herbalists like my great aunt Izus in Hungary.
I've been working with the plants for over a decade and before that I was in education. For the last eight years I've been teaching workshops on herbal folkways, medicine making, and personal ritual. I also make herbal products as a way to excite others' curiosity about herbalism and the natural world. Coaching clients to help them find balance and vitality is a natural extension of this work.
Lately I've been distilling hydrosols, studying herbal energetics, researching Hungarian folk medicine, dyeing with botanicals, and learning how plants can help integrate grief and trauma. I draw from all I'm curious about to seed the ever-expanding Patreon.
Which face oil is right for you?Read the Blog Post
If you’re struggling to choose between face oils use this guide to help you decide which ones will best suit your needs.
What does "whole plant" mean to us?Read the Blog Post
Our body and face oils are slowly infused with the resins, flowers, seed pods, leaves, or roots of plants.
The benefits of body oilingRead the Blog Post
The simplicity of a daily body oiling practice belies its potential for initiating enormous shifts within us.