As a local business, The Herb Bar takes pride in supporting other local businesses. We’re lucky to have a place to bring in a variety of offerings and will be spotlighting those vendors on our site. Today we’re going to start with one of our favorites herbalists, Ginger Webb, and her company Texas Medicinals.
From Ginger’s site: “Ginger Webb is a community herbalist, mother, certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, permaculturist, and wild plant lover/expert. She has owned and operated Texas Medicinals since 1999, supplying Central Texas with high quality herbal medicine. She is the Founder, Director and Primary Instructor of Sacred Journey School of Herbalism, which offers an 8-month, 200-hour herbalist training program, along with Community Classes, Kitchen Witchery Classes, and Advanced Level courses. Her intention is not just to train people to become herbalists, but most importantly to help awaken and nurture their innate love for the plants and the earth. Ginger counts many teachers along her herbal path, most notably Michael Moore (1999 SWSBM graduate) and Sage Maurer (Gaia School of Healing & Earth Education). She is one of the pillars of the Central Texas herbalist community and may be best known for combining the ancient wisdom of the chakra system with Western herbal medicine in her Materia Medica.”
As we move in to the fall and holiday season, it’s a great time to get Texas Medicinal’s Ashwaghanda Rose Elixer to help support the adrenals and relieve stress. We’re also coming upon cold and flu season and Ginger has a great elderberry syrup. Elderberries have been show to denature spikes on viruses which can aid in fighting the cold and flu. In fact, the CDC has stated that elderberry is as effective as common medications you may receive at the doctors for flu treatment. Come in and ask how to use these lovely elixers and to see what other offerings we have from Texas Medicinals.