As some of you may know, I ran a wild-harvested, hand-crafted herbal apothecary for almost five years in Mississippi from 2013-2017 called Sweet Gum Springs Apothecary. You can read more about those days here.
I’ll be posting new herbal preparations on this page as things become available.
The majority of the plant material I work with is wild-crafted from the field & forest. Some herbs come from sustainable growers and are either organic or chemical-free. Great care is taken when wild-harvesting plant material to ensure the sustainability of all plant and tree communities that I work with.
IN STOCK AT THE APOTHECARY
(All of my labels are hand-written now)
Salves & balms:
Formulas, limited quantity (1, 2 & 4 oz for $12, $20, & $36, respectively):
Other herbal preps
Simple tinctures (1,2 & 4 oz for $12, $20, & $36, respectively):
Black cohosh (root) – wild-crafted, dry
Cleavers (aerial) – wild-crafted, fresh
Figwort (aerial) – wild-crafted, fresh
Licorice (root) – organically farmed, dry
Milky oats (Avena fatua, milky seed heads) – wild-crafted, fresh
Motherwort (aerial) – organically farmed, fresh
Nettle (aerial & seed) – organically farmed, fresh
Skullcap (aerial) – organically farmed, fresh
Spilanthes (aerial) – organically farmed, fresh
Western vervain (Verbena lasiostachys, aerial) – wild-crafted, fresh
Yellowroot (stems & roots) – wild-crafted, dried
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order or inquire about an individualized formula.
DISCLAIMER: The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA. The statements and our products are not intended to diagnose, prescribe for, treat or claim to prevent, mitigate or cure any human disease. They are intended for nutritional support only. Always consult with a qualified health practitioner before deciding on any course of treatment, especially for serious or life-threatening illnesses.
No persons associated with SGSA/Lindsay Kolasa will be held liable or responsible for any form of use or misuse of any herb, herbal preparation or so-called herbal remedy, whether the information was gathered from the SGSA/Lindsay Kolasa website or not.