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Upcoming Events & A Recipe!

By Robin Bennett
Posted in Blog, Recipes
On October 06, 2020

(Originally posted as a newsletter 10/6/20. If you are not signed up for my newsletters, signup here!

and a recipe!

Hello Friends!

Please join me for these 3 very special
offerings right around the corner!

All my classes for the rest of the year are ONLINE, and available by
recording afterward if you can't attend in real time.
Check out my website for a full listing of events and classes.

October 13 @ 7 PM - 8:15 PM EDT
Get your tickets HERE!

Green Witches like to keep our herbal medicine safe, simple, and effective. We use local herbs whenever possible, in the form of food, teas, tinctures, and poultices, along with infused oils, syrups, baths and more. By mid-October, we are well into the transitional season of autumn, when it's time to nourish ourselves in preparation for the colder weather and shorter days to come.

October 16, 17, & 18  
Get your tickets HERE!

Join me for the AHG Online Symposium this year!
Make sure to visit my booth!

Join the Experience! Register for the 2020 AHG Online Symposium which takes place via livestream on October 16, 17, and 18, 2020. Our interactive event features 24 sessions, 2 keynote speakers, 3 panel discussions, and a Vendor Fair. Attendees may continue to access this event On Demand for a full 90 days from the comfort of their own home.

November 16 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EST
Get your tickets HERE!

We will explore several ways in which the mysterious nervous system may hold the ultimate key to our health. We'll explore how to use herbs such as sage, oat straw, lavender, basil, St. John's wort, nettles, mullein, and Solomon's seal to help address pain, nerve damage, inflammation, anxiety, MS, depression, neuropathy, headaches, and much more.


1 cup dried sassafras leaves
1 cup dried spicebush leaves
3 cinnamon sticks

Break up the leaves and cinnamon sticks. Put them into a half-gallon jar and cover with boiled water. Cap tightly and wait overnight if possible. It will be delicious within the hour, but more medicinal if left to steep longer.

I call this fragrantly spicy, aromatic blend "Three-Tree Tea"-but don't try to say that three times fast! The spicebush tree (Lindera benzoin) is our Native American version of the herb allspice, and is often found growing near sassafras trees. They like to work together.

I've always felt that sassafras and spicebush are friendly trees, then I learned from Native American/Cherokee herbalist Jody Noé, ND, that spicebush is traditionally used at gatherings and parties to help people feel more friendly toward one another.

Hmm ... perhaps everyone in America ought to drink a cup of spicebush tea right about now!

(excerpt from "The Gift of Healing Herbs")

Love and Green Blessings,
Robin Rose

Robin Bennett

Robin Bennett

Robin Rose Bennett is a writer, teacher, green witch, herbalist, and a wisewoman… one who loves the earth and gives voice to the healing wild food and medicine plants which surround us. She has been a practicing herbalism for over 30 years, based in New Jersey & NYC. Robin focuses on the spiritual and ecological lessons of plants and treatment of illness.