Wild Return Blog

  • 9 Ways to make Herbal Medicine apart of your Daily Life

    Inviting powerful plants into your daily routine and rituals can be deeply healing and therapeutic. Reaping the benefits and abundance of herbal me...
  • Celebrating Summer Solstice with Wild Return

    The days are growing longer, the sun is shining brighter and the earth’s ancient wisdom and power are reaching their annual peak. As the Summer S...
  • Plants & Self-Care

    While the practice of enjoying and nurturing plants as self-care has become a more popular and well-known custom over the past few years, the relat...
  • Chakras 101 - A Guide to One’s Sacred Energy Centers

    Many traditional cultures have long recognized the intricate system of energy centers in the human body known as Chakras. Chakra is the Sanskrit wo...
  • 5 Stress Relieving Adaptogenic Herbs

    Adaptogens are ancient medicinal plants that help to counteract the effects of stress on the body and work to bring the body back into balance after periods of stress. Adaptogenic herbs and mushrooms have stimulant properties, and work to stabilize and balance the physical body. 
  • Nourishing Herbs - Damiana: Age Old Aphrodisiac

    Damiana is one of nature’s Ancient aphrodisiacs which has long been celebrated for its strong feminine and spiritual powers. It is a low growing shrub, with fragrant leaves and yellow flowers, which highlight its solar, cheerful, and joyful energy.
  • Nourishing Herbal Infusions

    Nourishing herbal infusions are the foundation of preventative medicine in the Wise Woman Tradition. They are safe to drink daily and high in nutrients like protein, vitamins, and minerals.
  • New to tinctures? Here's how to take them.

    Some of you may have never taken a tincture before (we'll refer to you as baby witches) where others have, but with any new tincture it's great to have a better understanding of their uses no matter your level of witch.