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Thinking about fresh herbs is all you need to get the party started!

Happy February, and Happy Black History Month! We welcome you! Here are some of our February shop favorites to continue to fold into the Year of the Rabbit!

Top picks for February:

Euphoria (Come in and try Erth Beverage + a shot of Euphoria- for a hydrating love potion bevy!)

Love Potion | Joy, Ecstasy + Bliss

Herb of the Month - Rose

Wild Rose (Rosa spp.) Reminder- to stop and smell the roses. Herbs to relax the heart. What is Wild Rose? A shrub that may grow to about 5ft. Smooth stem, this beauty is tough and hearty with sharp thorns and serrated leaves with 2-3 pairs of leaflets, plus pink, red, or sometimes slightly white flowers and scarlet hips. Rose happens to grow quick abundantly throughout the Treasure Valley especially throughout the foothills and along the Greenbelt. Note: where you find the rose petals in the early summer, you will find rosehips in the fall/ winter. Parts of Rose used: flowers, buds Rose Benefits Rose petals are an uplifting addition to herbal teas and may reduce stress and help heal heartache. Even just inhaling or looking at parts of roses may impart their healing properties. Rose brings joy and opens the heart. Rose is a gentle astringent for other body systems, helping tone and tighten an inflamed GI mucosa, and may also support the nervous system and reproductive systems as well. With its astringent and nourishing properties, you may notice rose is often featured in skin care remedies (and rightfully so!) Interested in hearing more about Rose? Tune in for this podcast with Herbs with Rosalee w/ Damiana Calvario Ready for more Rose? You can find Rose in these incredible blends at The Vervain Collective, as well as in Bulk Herb and Powder. Rose Powder Rose Simple Cream More Than Skin Deep Tea Joyful Heart Tea Rose Body Oil Dirty Chai Collagen Booster Schisandra Rose Elixir Soma ElixirFloral Facial Serum

We are so grateful for and continue to learn from Black herbalists, growers, makers, and educators as we endeavor to recognize the traditional wisdom and continued shared inspiration of the people of color who forage, grow, gather, and create on this land.

Give these accounts a follow; we think you'll enjoy them as much as we do!

  • @blackforager

  • @alysonsimplygrows

  • @essencetheherbalist

  • @iwillaremedy

  • @empresskarenmrose

  • @blackhomesteader

  • @drnaika

  • @greengirlleah

  • @fullydiscoveryou

Dr. Pierce's Healthy Belly Jump Start class and a freebie for you!

Perhaps you've heard it said that "all disease starts in the gut.” We prefer to think of it as “The road to health is paved with good intestines!” (thank you to Sherry A. Rogers for that gem:) 2023 is the year of the happy, healthy belly in Dr. Pierce's practice. She's been busy working on several resources and courses focusing on digestive health (which is inextricably linked to all facets of health!) To start the new year out right, Dr. Pierce is offering you free access to one of these resources: the Healthy Belly Habit Journal!

For those of you who are local, please join us for the ongoing in-person installments of the Healthy Belly Jump Start class (see below) and watch your inbox and our IG/FB pages for more info about upcoming group classes and programs in the Roots/Vervain classroom. As always, you can click here to schedule a one-on-one in her onsite private practice. Don't let bloating, gas, pain, heartburn, and malabsorption get you down in 2023; join Dr. Pierce for relief!

3/2, 4/6, 5/11 5:30-6:30 in the Vervain/Roots classroom space at 3308 W Chinden Blvd.

Practitioner Appointments Available!

Book an appointment with one of our Practitioners at The Vervain Collective!

Join Us for Class!

W/ Jamie Truppi


Thurs March 16, 5-630pm

Apr 19, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Join us to swap medicinal and edible plant starts and seeds as well as anything garden related!

Free to attend! Please register to help us to anticipate attendance.

Hosted by Erika Knipe of Wild Ginger farm+forage! Erika is a local forager and backyard farmer. She is passionate about growing and foraging food and medicine as well as community building through barter and gift culture. She has organized food and plant swaps for 10 years through her local group, Treasure Valley Real Food Collective.

Interested in learning about Herbalism??? ALERT: ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT!

Are you curious about caring for yourself and your loved ones with natural and botanical remedies? Would you like to learn something new in a friendly and healing environment?

Join us for a 10-month journey exploring herbal medicine that will engage the senses and the intellect while introducing you to a wide range of herbal topics and techniques. In this small-group setting, we will help you cultivate the confidence to support radiant health and address a myriad of health complaints using herbs. This program is designed to be fun and challenging as it guides students in extensive study – expect to spend about 20-30 hours outside of class hours per month studying and completing the homework assignments (official certification available but not mandatory).

February Start Session: 3rd Saturday each Month from February - November (11am-3pm), payment plans available.


Space is limited!!!

Learn to make your own herbal recipes such as:

Herbal Extracts (Tinctures)

Tea Blends



Herbal oils

...and More!

All while being a part of the incredible herbal community through The Vervain Collective!

Please note our hours! The Vervain Collective is open Tues-Sat 9-7 and Sun 11-5. Our online store is open 24/7 for shipping and pickup.

We can't wait to see you!

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