• During the holidays, Aunt Peggy is going to share her latest brilliant idea on how I can improve my life, and Uncle Bob is going to rant for the hundredth time about how when he grew up there was no social media and everyone was perfectly happy. And I’m going to handle it all with patience and grace by popping Sativa Tablets.
  • I love coming home after a long day at work, kicking up my feet, and taking some me time with Indica Tablets.
  • Friday nights call for Brain Tonic tincture! I love the mental boost while I’m out with friends.
  • When I’m feeling frisky, I like to spice things up in the bedroom with Love Potion tincture. HIGHLY recommend it.
  • After a tough workout at the gym, there’s nothing like Wintergreen Stick to relieve my aches and pains.
  • Sometimes when life gets overwhelming, and I feel a little bluesy or anxious, I take Sweet Jane 20:1 tincture, take a few deep breaths, and feel the tension melt away.
  • I love to indulge in making Canna Cocktails with Drinking Bitters tincture. A surefire way to enjoy elevation without the unpleasant effects of alcohol.
  • It simply makes me feel good.

Recipe Inspiration

Seedlip Sour Drink Recipe

Seedlip Sour

• 1.5 oz Seedlip Spice 94
• 1 oz lemon juice
• Dash of sugar
• 1 egg white
• 1 dash of white wine vinegar
• Drinking Bitters or your favorite Humboldt Apothecary Tincture

Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker over ice. Shake vigorously.

Angelica Herb of The Month

Herb of The Month: Angelica

Angelica, whose Latin name is Angelica archangelica, is closely related to carrots and is a member of the parsley family. It loves moisture, and you can find it growing near bogs and streams, and even roadside ditches. But beware if you want to go out and harvest some: poison hemlock also prefers wet growing mediums and looks a lot like our friend angelica. It produces white, umbrella-like flowers and has a musky scent with a sweet flavor. Medicinally, angelica is known for its affinity to digestion. It’s anti-spasmodic, which means it can be great for bloating and spasms in the gut. It’s one of the main ingredients in our Drinking Bitters, so the next time you enjoy its sweet flavor in a Canna Cocktail, know that your belly is thanking you.

Susan Cleverdon

Written By Susan Cleverdon, Co-Founder, and CFO of Humboldt Apothecary
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