Now through October 20th, get the PDF recipe card for Rosemary’s Super Simple Cough Syrup Recipe. And you can watch a video on how she makes it, too.
Rosemary brings you her favorite recipes, stories, and more from the wilds of her mountain home. She’s described as a teacher, healer, author, conservationist, and
Mountain Rose Herbs says, “Rosemary Gladstar has changed the practice of American herbalism during her nearly 40 year career. She founded the California School of Herbal Studies before moving east to Vermont in the early 1990s to co-found Sage Mountain Herbs.”
Rosemary went on to create the United Plant Savers, a non-profit organization dedicated to plant conservation efforts and education. She’s also the co-director of the International Herb Symposium and The New England Women’s Herbal Conference, as well as the author of several books.
By the way, the second video in this series from Rosemary is about gypsy cold care and the art of making herbal teas. In the third one she gives a tour of her garden. More helpful videos on herbal remedies are coming soon. But you’ll have to hurry to take advantage of this offer because it’s only good through October 20th. After that, Rosemary’s Remedies won’t be available any longer.
So before you forget–or before somebody gets sick in your household–sign up by clicking wherever you see Rosemary’s Remedies mentioned in this post. It’s a set of videos you won’t want to miss.
Stay healthy. Have a great day, and keep prepping.