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Ground Ivy – a perennial weed that will creep all over your garden/lawn/compost pile, so most pull it and try to rid it, but not here in the Mayernik... read more.
We get the question often, “Why do you run out of stock of specific products?”
I am here today, to share with you why some of our products are out of stock, sometimes for months at a time.
As plant medicine makers, we try our hardest to... read more.
Happy New Year and Welcome to Tincture Tuesday!
We get asked ALL THE TIME “What is a tincture?”, so I thought explain what a tincture is and how to use them.
Tinctures are simple. It’s a plant medicine made with a solvent... read more.
Well, this winter’s weather has been crazy! One day it’s sunny and warm and the next it’s cold and snowing. We hear from a lot of people that the change in barometer can cause some serious migraines for those that suffer from them.... read more.
Life sure is funny sometimes. Just as I was trying to convince myself not to interrupt my day with a nap because I have so much work to do (darn headaches!), I remembered that I needed to share some thoughts on our lemongrass tincture.... read more.
One of the most widely used spices in all of cooking is salt. While we all know we should limit our salt intake, there is no denying that it offers tons of flavor. Just as herb infused olive oils spiked on the specialty food scene, herb... read more.
Alright, ladies…who’s with me in the fight against dry cuticles? Try as I may to pamper myself every now and then with a professional manicure, I still find those flaky little layers of skin popping up at the most inopportune... read more.
Ironically enough, most people practice yoga to keep themselves healthy – inside and out. However, when we insert the modern fad of germophobia, I must ask, is your yoga practice really keeping you as healthy as you intend? I... read more.
Each year, one of our most successful planting stories comes in the form of an age-old favorite: basil. Basil, like many other herbs, tends to take off in growth and can quickly take over an entire area of the garden. We generally like to... read more.
In the early spring, an amazingly underrated, sweet fruit begins to sprout in New Jersey. We decided to harvest some rhubarb just after we picked some of our own fresh strawberries at a local farm in early June – before the weather... read more.
Anyone that knows Matt knows that he is open to eating pretty much anything. Though this used to extend a bit further – you know, with the meat and seafood world – he has definitely kept up an active palette even since becoming... read more.
So, I’m not going to lie to you, with as much as I love summer, I am definitely not the tanning goddess that I used to be. Shocking, right? Though I love me some vitamin D as much as the next gal, somewhere along the line, I lost my... read more.