Anxiety Ally Tincture
Designed to help you remain grounded and calm, this blend soothes anxiety and nourishes frazzled nerves. Inspired by a recipe from legendary herbalist Rosemary Gladstar, the tincture makes a wonderful addition to a self-care routine for the chronically stressed.*
Tulsi is a species of basil, a bit more musky and spicy than the kitchen variety. It maintains optimal cortisol levels in the body, supports the nervous system, and promotes grace and ease. Our tulsi comes from a small farm in Vermont.
Skullcap is native to the southeast. It’s a fantastic calming nervine and also acts as a nerve tonic, supporting the nervous system as an ally over time. Ours comes from a beautiful certified organic farm in Oregon.
Milky oats are the unripe seedpod of the oat plant. Yep, the same plant that gives us oatmeal and granola gives our nervous system a deep watering when the metaphorical soil is too dry. Milky oats calm by nourishing, and they are great for both acute and everyday use. Our oats come from a certified organic farm in North Carolina.
- Ingredients: Holy basil, skullcap, lemon balm, oatstraw, ashwagandha, lavender, certified non-gmo cane alcohol, spring water (all grown on American herb farms)
- To use: Take 10-30 drops 2-3 times daily
- 1 oz (30 ml)
- *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease
Wooden Spoon Herbs is a small-batch southern Appalachian apothecary. Rather than tap into the booming global herb trade, where herbs are imported from countless countries and travel countless miles, Wooden Spoon Herbs products are thoughtfully made with American-grown herbs. Founded by an herbalist, writer, forager , and gardener born & raised in Tennessee, Wooden Spoon Herbs' focus is using traditional Appalachian plants, both wild and cultivated, in global ways.
Wooden Spoon Herbs aims to inspire and empower their community to take self-care into their own hands in a very real and connected way. The plants they work with have been either lovingly picked by their own hands, sourced from small family-run medicinal herb farms or grown with the utmost care by local farmers and foragers in their bio-region.