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.
Bring your boots and come enjoy a plant walk at the Heathen Homestead this Saturday May 20th at 5pm!
Above is a gorgeous mullein plant we found near the well.
We have lots of wild medicinal plants and are happy to talk about the ones we know, and happy to hear your knowledge on the plants as well!
Narrow leaf plantain abounds here. Come hear about some of the uses for this plentiful plant!
We will walk through fields, the medicinal herb garden in progress, and the woods.
Free! 18217 Teman Road Beaverdam. We will have a baby in a wagon, feel free to bring your own.
We are excited to be participating with the Richmond Herbalism Guild for the May 29th Memorial Day event at Forrest Green Farm.
Mo from the Heathen Homestead will be teaching a brief workshop on IBS/Crohn’s and Herbalism. Other members of the Richmond Herbalism Guild will be presenting on other topics. We will hopefully have a flier image with more info to add to this post soon!
Forrest Green Farm Herb Festival on Memorial Day
“We will be spending the day at Forrest Green Farm for their annual Memorial Day festival!
The Richmond Herbalism Guild is so happy to be participating in the festival this year— its our first time! There will be free educational talks, organically grown herb and veggie starts, and all the makings for a fun filled day at a local herb farm
Talks and sample products will be provided by the following guild members and their businesses at the “Richmond Herbalism Guild Booth”
RHG Founder Laura’s Botanicals LLC. ” Teas, poultices and soaks in Herbal First Aid” + “Developing a Materia medica”
RHG Founder Moon Flower Apothecary “Lunar Cycle Plant Infused Oils: Infusing body oils by the moon”
Heathen Homestead LLC. “Crohn’s and herbs”
Winged Roots Creations LLC. ” Wildcrafting”
New Moon Botanica “Herbal Aromatherapy”
Black Apron Soaps
Wild Earth Oracle “Aromatouch Hand Techniques”
See you on the farm!” – Richmond Herbalism Guild
Working Hands Salve, freshly made at the Heathen Homestead with chickweed oil, calendula oil, yarrow oil, goldenrod oil, coconut oil and beeswax! Perfect for cracked, calloused, dry, and sore working hands!
Available in 1oz and 2oz tins for $5.00 and $10.00 respectively. Come find us at the Ashland Farmer’s Market on the 4th Saturday of each month and the Mineral Farmer’s Market on the other Saturdays starting in May!
The Heathen Homestead is very excited to be vending at the Ashland Farmer’s Market on the 4th Saturday of each month starting in May!!! The market is at 121 Thompson Street Ashland, VA 23005 on Saturdays from 9am to Noon from May through October.
Come out to see us and buy herbal medicinal plants, teas, balms, salves, and more!
Please like and share the Ashland Farmer’s Market Facebook Page
Today we have our baby corn, buttahbeans, and squash showing their fresh spring green selves in the vegetable garden! Thanks to David’s greent thumb!
Can’t wait to eat em!!!!
This Saturday April 15th at 2pm, we will be doing a plant walk through the woods here. If you are interested in learning about some spring medicinal and edible plants please come walk! Novice and experts alike welcome. There is enough chickweed and cleavers for folks who would like to harvest a quart themselves too!
Donation based event. Free and up!!! Email Mo for more info email@example.com