Herbal Harvest

Woodland Wellness


Fresh herbs at your fingertips – what could be nicer than growing your own in pots or in your garden? Growing them organically of course! I have spent a lot of time in my herb garden this week – the sun shining down on the fragrant plants has driven the bees into a frenzy – and I’ve been harvesting goodies for myself while the sun shines.


Whether it’s parsley for sauce, mint for tea or echinacea to guard against colds, herbs are one of the most beneficial types of plant you can grow in your garden. Not only do they offer you a battery of flavourings and a handy pharmacopeia – they also attract beneficial insects such as pollinating bees, and natural pest predators such as ladybirds. By growing your herbs organically, you allow the wildlife that lives in the space to multiply, and they in turn increase the…

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About Airmeith Naturals

Anna has over 25 years of experience working with herbs. She trained as a chef specializing in classical French cuisine. Anna has extensive knowledge of herbs used in cooking, as well as having researched the historic use of culinary herbs & spices. She is a Certified Community Herbalist who has completed multiple apprenticeships and classes with renowned Herbalists along with her own studies. Her concentration is in Western European Herbal Practices. She has attended college for Environmental Science as well as earning her certificate in Massage Therapy and is licensed in the state of Massachusetts. In addition, Anna is a Certified Reiki Master Teacher. Anna lives in Western Massachusetts with her family and has over an acre of gardens to play in. Anna is the herbalist at Airmeith Naturals in Holyoke Massachusetts
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2 Responses to Herbal Harvest

  1. lynnhc says:

    Lovely to ‘meet’ you here 🙂 Your business looks great. Are you on Facebook?

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