A Look Inside Our Spring Herb CSA!
Field Apothecary is a medicinal herb farm that offers organic and ecologically grown artisanal herb remedies that look, smell, and taste as good as they are fresh. Their fantastic Four Seasons Herb CSA is shipped four times a year (Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter) and consists of products made from plants that are grown on their Hudson Valley farm. There are tinctures, extracts, bitters, tonics, syrups, infused oils & salves, herbal salts, and teas– and every cool concoction harnesses on the healing properties of the herbs (for example, Stinging Nettles are great for spring allergy support).
The type of plants vary each the season, so you never know what you’re going to get; as a result, the package feels like an intimate garden goody bag, full of surprises delivered straight from Hudson Valley herb-growers. Check out what we got in our latest Spring Herb CSA below.
Our Herb CSA For Spring
- Lemon Balm Tea
- Allergy Ease Tea made with Stinging Nettles, Peppermint, Lemongrass, Calendula, Fennel, and more
- Rosemary Mouthwash
- Bath Salts made with Pinon Pine, Rosemary, Juniper, Neroli
- Dill & Hyssop Syrup for cocktails
- Lemon Basil cooking salt (Yum!)
- Lymph Mover made with Vitex, Calendula, Violet, and more
- Feild of Flowers Bitters made with Angelica Root, Dill, and German Chamomile
- Tulsi (aka Holy Basil) tonic
- Poison Ivy Liniment made with apple cider vinegar, Gumweed, Mugwort, Jewelweed, and Sage
- Spring & Fall Tonic (which is an herbal support tincture that helps with seasonal transitions) made with Burdock Root, Dandelion Root, Red Clover, Maple Syrup, and Stinging Nettles
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