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Get Radical, Boil Roots

  6.04.2020   Long Spell   Immunity, Resources

GET RADICAL, BOIL ROOTS A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Wellness in the Time of COVID-19 Prepared by Gina Badger with collaborative feedback and contributions from Claire Chuck Bohman, Tracey Brieger, Renée

Interview with Gina Badger on the home|body podcast

  2.04.2020   Long Spell   Media, News

Interview with Gina Badger on the home|body podcast Earlier this week I had the pleasure of speaking with Mary Grace Allerdice on her podcast home|body. I really appreciated the opportunity

LINEAGE OF PRACTICE post no.2

LINEAGE OF PRACTICE post no.2 By 2011, I had finished grad school and moved to Toronto. I was working on random writing & gallery gigs and applying for jobs and

LINEAGE OF PRACTICE post no.1

LINEAGE OF PRACTICE post no.1 A recent instagram post by my pal Marika inspired my to share some of the experiences & influences that have led me to this work

Fireweed (Epilobium or Chamerion angustifolium)

Fireweed (Epilobium or Chamerion angustifolium). One of the first plants to usher in new growth after a forest fire, this is a rhizomatic survivor plant, a medicine of our times

If you have a garden you know

If you have a garden you know there is way more weeding, hand-watering, double-digging, and manual pest control than there is harvesting flowers in the morning, which means it’s vital

Year two in my new garden

  9.05.2019   Long Spell   Gardening

Going into year 2 of this garden I’m feeling GREAT! Last year we really had no idea what we’d inherited in terms of soil quality in the perennial beds so mostly

Warm to the Core: Two Immune-Boosting Teas for Cold & Flu Season

  13.02.2019   Long Spell   Immunity, Resources

Warm to the Core: Two Immune-Boosting Teas for Cold & Flu Season This month, I formulated two teas to support friends and colleagues on the picket lines, but they are

A day’s work: Thuja, Symphytum, Epilobium, Arctium

  23.11.2018   Long Spell   Medicine making

A day’s work: that full moon in Gemini gave me three sleepless nights and a jello brain that couldn’t do any work other than make medicine. Powdering cedar (Thuja plicata)