Always the guest never the host? If you're sick of showing up to a party armed with a bottle of wine, then give the gift of herbs instead. These seven gifts are great for herb nerds and herb-curious alike. Herbalism looks good on everybody!
The Olive Oil from Pineapple Collaborative us truly our favorite olive oil. It goes great ... on everything: in dressings, marinades, dips, when you're braising, roasting, or poaching something low and slow, and even drizzled on ice cream with some sea salt.
Fire Cider is a traditional apple-cider vinegar-based remedy made with garlic bulb, rosemary and sweet organic honey that supports digestive, immune, and circulatory health.
Plant Magic by our Editorial Director, Christine Buckley, is a must-have for anyone on their herbal journey. It makes complicated concepts simple, provides recipes and unexpected ways to use healing herbs, and includes instruction on basic medicine making. Herbalism is the perfect winter activity.
Your host will be thankful that they have Monfefo's Turmeric Shot on hand when the party ends. It's the perfect thing to wake up to.
CAP Beauty's The Matcha is a Ceremonial Grade Matcha, USDA Organic Certified, and sourced from Shizuoka, Japan. It's smooth and gently stimulating, making it the perfect morning or after lunch drink for generating what CAP calls "relaxed alertness."
First Aid Kit from our friend Alexis Smart is a foundational flower remedy formula. This fast-acting formula neutralizes stress to restore calm immediately. Grab one for yourself too, it's essential for party season.
Diaspora Co.'s Pahadi Pink Garlic is the only dried garlic. Having a pantry full of fresh, responsibly-sourced dried herbs and spices is the secret to making winter recipes taste bright and flavorful.