We will be vending on Saturday August 5th from 2-6pm at Strange Matter 929 W. Grace St. For the Nationz foundation fundraiser.
We will be selling herbal teas, smoking blends, lip balms, baby butt balm, skin salve, facial toner, bath salts, sugar scrub, and more!!!
Here is the facebook event: Nationz Foundation Fundraiser Event
We are now selling dried milky oats tops, oatstraw, and yarrow.
milky Oats tops, harvested during the milky stage and dried in screens are $24.00 a pound. It is a labor intensive harvest and timing is critical.
We grew the oats ourselves on our farm here in Beaverdam. Avena Sativa is a soothing nervine that is supportive for folks dealing with stress and anxiety.
Oatstraw is $13.00 a pound and wonderful to add into any tea blend.
We harvested the yarrow from our family’s field in Hanover when it was about to be bush hogged. So it is wild harvested, but ethically. Achillea Millefolium is a wonderful bitter plant that can be used topically or internally. It is said that Achilles and his soldiers used Yarrow to treat wounds, and that soldiers in the Civil War carried the dried leaves in pouches to apply to wounds as well.
The yarrow is $12.00 a pound.
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Today’s #yarrow #harvest thusfar. Maybe 8 pounds right now. Sellng for $10 a pound. #herbalist #herbalmedicinals #herbs #herbaltea #local #natural #va #rva #theheathenhomestead #beaverdam #farmlife #farmer #country #rural #countrypunk
The pre existing Hanover Herbalism Guild, we have found out IS still active, just hard to get in touch with. Their next meeting is this Monday June 19 at 6:30 pm at the Sycamore Tavern in Montpelier and is a potluck dinner. Bring a dish to share and let’s join forces!
We have a Hanover, VA Herbalism Cooperative page on facebook, please join it to hear about and cobtribute your own local herbalism events!!
Hey Yall! We are also selling ethically wildcrafted yarrow. We are harvesting from a place of great abundance, and saving the plants from the bushhog. We are selling aerial parts for $10 a pound fresh and $12 a pound dried (dried not yet available). Please support a local farm and local herbalist! Yarrow is a great astringent, diaphoretic, tonic, and even sedative plant. Please email mokarnage @ gmail.com if you want to buy yarrow
Our Oats, Avena Sativa, are in their milky stage and ready to harvest. We have two large patches about 15 x 20 each. We will be tincturing fresh a bunch for ourselves. That is our preffered method for this plant. However we will also be drying the milky oats we do not tincture.
If you want to purchase fresh milky oats by the pound (we are still working out pricing) please email mokarnage @ gmail.com or text 804 300-0023 asap!!!!! We anticipate starting the harvest tomorrow evening Sunday June 11. If you want to tincture your own fresh you would need to pickup Sunday evening or from us Monday in Churchill.
New this week, we have Baby Butt Balm. A petroleum free way to deal with diaper rash!
We have new earrings for sale too. We can’t say they are made with #magick rocks, BUT.
Also don’t forget about our July 1st #plantwalk @ #theheathenhomestead in #beaverdam #herbalist #herbalism #herbalmedicine
Join us on Saturday July 1st at 4pm for a plant walk. $5-10 sliding scale.
Bring boots and a water bottle.
We will traipse through field and forest identifying and discussing 15+ plants. Learn more about the healing and energetic properties of plants in our area!
Warning: “Under Virginia law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.”
Making an herbal baby butt and body balm on this rainy day. Cause why would you put petroleum products on a baby?!?! 1/2 oz, 1oz, and 2oz tins to be available this Saturday at the Mineral Farmer’s Market and June 24 at the Ashland Farmer’s Market. 4 ingredients, no petroleum.