The Monthly Wort: Stinging Nettle (Part 4)

The Monthly Wort: Stinging Nettle (Part 4)

For the last part of Stinging Nettle, we’ll discuss how you can grow this vitamin filled deer/stranger repellant right in your own garden! From seed or from propagation, you can (carefully) keep nettle in your teas, sautees, yarn and more for a lifetime.

The Monthly Wort: Stinging Nettle (Part 3)

The Monthly Wort: Stinging Nettle (Part 3)

For all the pain this plant might cause, you’d think its magic would be just as prickly. However, if you read through this Monthly Wort on stinging nettle, you might find that this little green guy is only here to protect us. Check out this blog and find out more on the surprisingly charming magic of stinging nettle!

Four Months of Wort: An Herbal Blog Summary

Four Months of Wort: An Herbal Blog Summary

Have you been keeping up on the blog’s Monthly Wort? If you haven’t, you should! Every month, The Veil Blog picks a new herb to learn about, delving into its history of human use, its place in ye olden and ye modern medicine, what mystical properties it serves in magic, and how to grow it! Each section is posted for each week in the month, so you get the most of all of them. However, if you just don’t have the time to go back and read, then check out THIS blog, where we do a short summary of the last four months of herbs!

Bath Teas: Everything You Wanted to Know About Bath Teas (Plus some!)

Bath Teas: Everything You Wanted to Know About Bath Teas (Plus some!)

Ever wonder what could spice up your bathing time? How can you soak in a meadow of colorful, wonderful smelling flowers while at home? I have the answer: Bath teas. Find out what makes bath teas so naturally fantastic and check out some of Mountain Hedgewitch’s favorite bath tea recipes. Follow the links to get some of your own!

The Monthly Wort: Stinging Nettle (Part 1)

The Monthly Wort: Stinging Nettle (Part 1)

Ouch! That hurts! What is that plant? Why, it’s nettle of course! What may look like an ordinary addition to any forest or field might just be one of the favored herbalism plants, stinging nettle! Read this blog to find out more about why that painful little plant can actually benefit your life.