A seasonal treat, this stimulating and strengthening digestive tonic is rich in the minerals and vitamins that our bodies crave at this time of year. The high quercetin content in nettles, in addition to Hudson Valley bee pollen, make this blend ideal for building tolerance to seasonal allergies before their onset. The sour flavor from the infusion of chickweed, cleavers, dandelion, and violet, is especially favored in the spring because it stimulates the liver and helps aid in detoxification and digestion.
All organic or wild: hudson valley apple cider vinegar, nettle, chickweed, cleavers, dandelion root and leaf, violet, hudson valley bee pollen
Add a splash to a glass of warm water first thing in the morning or before a meal, to enhance digestion. Enjoy in soups, massaged into salad greens with olive oil and a pinch of salt to help open up the salad greens (making them easier to digest and increasing bioavailability of nutrients), or straight from the bottle!
Founded by community herbalist, land steward, and writer based in New York's Hudson Valley, Anja Schwartz Rothe, Fat of the Land's mission is to share and honor the wisdom, magic, and abundance of the land. They aim to promote a cycle of health by nurturing the conviviality of all things. They believe true health is to nourish our bodies, minds, environment, and relationships, and Fat of the Land is an extension of that thought. With a focus on seasonal and bioregional medicine, they hope to empower individuals to take their health into their own hands and foster a sense of connection.