Harvest healing foods & craft the herbal medicine growing outside your door.

Wild Remedies is an exciting new book from Rosalee de la Forêt and Emily Han.

What’s the herbal remedy for living a healthy, joyful, and connected life?

Every day you experience people trying to sell you miracle pills or products that claim to heal or promote health. However, the KEY ingredient that they’re missing cannot be bottled… NATURE itself! Research shows that a lack of nature connection may be causing many of our modern health problems.

Wild Remedies is your action guide to becoming deeply connected to the natural world around you.

In this inspiring book, you’ll learn how to identify and ethically gather local plants, whether you live in an urban, suburban, or rural environment. Many of the plants can even grow in your garden. Then, craft your own herbal medicine or make delicious recipes with your harvest.

Imagine combining the healing power of nature with effective remedies that you create in your own kitchen – and using this medicine to promote joy and healing in your life.

Every day you experience people trying to sell you miracle pills or products that claim to heal or promote health. However, the KEY ingredient that they’re missing cannot be bottled… NATURE itself! Research shows that a lack of nature connection may be causing many of our modern health problems.

Wild Remedies is your action guide to becoming deeply connected to the natural world around you.

In this inspiring book, you’ll learn how to identify and ethically gather local plants, whether you live in an urban, suburban, or rural environment. Many of the plants can even grow in your garden. Then, craft your own herbal medicine or make delicious recipes with your harvest.

Imagine combining the healing power of nature with effective remedies that you create in your own kitchen – and using this medicine to promote joy and healing in your life.

Use the arrows to scroll through a few of the 75 recipes...

Pre-order & register Wild Remedies today and receive these exclusive bonuses:

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The Wild Remedies Docuseries

Filmed at the 2019 International Herb Symposium, this exclusive 4-part video series asks well-known herbalists 3 questions...
  1. What are the unexpected ways that wild remedies heal?
  2. What does everyone need to know before harvesting wild plants?
  3. Will we be able to wildcraft forever?
Rosalee & Emily interviewed 12 herbalists including Rosemary Gladstar, Dina Falconi, Dr. Rocio Alarcón, Guido Masé, and Tiffany Robbins.
In the final video, 7Song shares 18 important tips for backcountry wildcrafting!

Wild Herb & Recipe Labels

Beautify your wild creations! We provide labels for the herbs and recipes in the Wild Remedies book to help you keep track of your growing apothecary. Simply download and print the PDF files we give you on Avery labels or regular paper.

Wildcrafting Checklist

Before you go out on your harvesting adventures, make sure to check the 19 important points on this beautifully designed checklist. You can download and print this PDF checklist after you register your book.

Meet Rosalee & Emily

Rosalee de la Forêt loves to inspire people to connect with nature and herbs in their everyday life. She is the best-selling author of the book Alchemy of Herbs, the education director for LearningHerbs, and a registered herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild.

Emily Han’s work as a naturalist, herbalist, writer, and educator focuses on intersections of nature, culture, and food. She is the author of Wild Drinks and Cocktails, the communications director for LearningHerbs, and co-founder of the International Food Swap Network.

Our goal is to take care of the plants that take care of us & to gather them in a way that’s not only sustainable, but also regenerative.

Wild Remedies not only gives you the plant facts you need to harvest edible and medicinal plants for your food and remedies, it gives you step-by-step instructions on how to do it ethically for the good of your local ecosystem and future generations.

We invite you to join us in learning about...

The 7 Wild Remedies Ideals

Wild Plants to Avoid

How to Identify Plants

Your Local Herbs

Wildcrafting Principles

When, Where & How to Harvest

Herb Storage

Medicine Making

The 7 Wild Remedies Ideals

Wild Plants to Avoid

How to Identify Plants

Your Local Herbs

Wildcrafting Principles

When, Where & How to Harvest

Herb Storage

Medicine Making

See what herbalists have to say about Wild Remedies

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I was intrigued and captivated from the very first paragraphs. Beautifully written, Wild Remedies abounds with plant lore, wisdom, and instruction. The authors have created a deeply thoughtful, insightful, and interactive book that enables readers to not only identify and forage wild foods but also to create a deepening relationship with nature and the world of plants.

Rosemary GladstarHerbalist

Wild Remedies is a gorgeous book with tantalizing recipes for healthy foods and healing medicines. The authors go beyond mere consumption of herbs to nurture reciprocal relationships with plants and strengthen community connections. In effect, Wild Remedies is a prescription to heal people and planet together.

Thomas J. ElpelAuthor of Botany in a Day and Foraging in the Mountain West

In Wild Remedies, Emily Han and Rosalee de la Forêt accomplish the most important thing a book exploring herbalism can do: framing it not as simply the use of herbs and supplements, but as a craft rooted in a direct relationship between people, plants, and the land they live upon. With this book in your hands, the plants at your feet will open into a whole new world.

jim mcdonaldHerbalist

Rarely does a book take my breath away, but Wild Remedies had me in full swoon by the Table of Contents. With gorgeous illustrations, scintillating recipes, and detailed plant profiles, you’ll be reaching for your harvesting basket with a newfound appreciation for the bounty and beauty of the green world. Emily Han and Rosalee de la Forêt have concocted an herbal tour de force, destined to deepen your connection to backyard plants.

Juliet BlankespoorDirector of the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine

Wild Remedies is an incredibly thoughtful, seasonally based forager’s guide that empowers the reader to connect with plants and build a more reciprocal relationship with nature herself.

Susan LeopoldExecutive Director, United Plant Savers

Wild Remedies is a wonderful book! Included are a host of activities to engage the reader in learning through a direct personal process. A focus on ethics and sustainability is woven throughout. The bulk of the text consists of in-depth treatments of mostly common plants set within a seasonal context and detailed with lovely illustrations while being paired with worldly delicious and inspiring recipes. Great addition to any library!

Marc WilliamsExecutive Director, Plants and Healers International

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Wild Remedies has many more glowing endorsements…

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“I've been studying wild edible and medicinal plants for decades, and I learned a lot reading this book, so if you want to use some of our best medicinal wild plants, this book is a great choice.”

"Wildman" Steve BrillAuthor of Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants in Wild (and Not So Wild) Places

“Rosalee and Emily’s seasonal, carefully thought out, and practical approach to common backyard wild medicinals will inspire budding and established herbalists alike. It approaches backyard herbalism to a depth rarely covered in herbals. I can’t wait to share this book with students as required reading in my herb courses.”

Maria Noël GrovesClinical Herbalist at Wintergreen Botanicals and Author of Body into Balance and Grow Your Own Herbal Remedies

“In this must-have herbal resource, you’ll find in-depth medicinal uses of 25 plants, little-known plant harvesting gems, insightful plant identification and gardening tips, as well as refreshingly creative remedies and nutrition packed recipes. Wild Remedies reads like a joyous love poem to the earth and gives us the compass for a much-needed, regenerative model of harvesting and working with medicinal plants.”

Kami McBrideAuthor of The Herbal Kitchen

“Masterfully designed and presented, Wild Remedies is an excellent resource for anyone interested in connecting more deeply with plants, the natural world, and the wonderful gifts that plants bring to our lives. The book builds a foundation of connection to the natural world and offers wonderful principles and examples that model how the human community can benefit from connection nature and other people. Ethics for harvesting and values of tending the wild are clear, well-informed and beneficial for the regenerative principles shared.

Rosalee and Emily are obviously experienced and knowledgeable on the subjects of herbalism, botany, and the nourishing and healing powers of plants and the natural world. Their approach reveals their deep experience and wisdom as mentors and facilitators of other people on this experiential learning journey. The book itself is beautifully presented with wonderful photographs and detailed illustrations to help with identification. Wild Remedies is a truly holistic and comprehensive map for the journey of nature connection, people connection and ultimately our selves.”

Jon YoungAuthor and Founder of 8 Shields Institute

Wild Remedies couldn’t come at a more important time, as humanity’s connection to nature is essential not only for the health of the planet, but for ourselves. This book is a calling for us to re-forge our relationship to the living healing intelligence of the Earth through medicinal plants. Rosalee and Emily have gone beyond simplistic laundry lists of what herbs are ‘good for,’ but paint a holistic picture for how the wholeness of the plant heals the whole person.”

Sajah PophamAuthor of Evolutionary Herbalism: Science, Spirituality and Medicine from the Heart of Nature

Wild Remedies is a delightful blend of wildcrafting wisdom and social tutorial. Few books address foraging with this holistic — or creative — sensitivity. Tips about journaling and how to explore your immediate landscape and understand your relationship with it are thoughtful and thought-provoking. Site assessment, soil biology, and neighborhood health: Does this sound like foraging to you? It is, and in the pages of Wild Remedies the authors show you how to start seeing, and what to do once you recognize what you have seen. Nothing could be a greater gift.”

Marie ViljoenAuthor of Forage, Harvest, Feast and 66 Square Feet

“There is solid, foundational know-how in the pages of the book you are holding. There are recipes, stories, and medicines to discover as you seek them, outdoors, over the arc of the seasons. But what stands out for me is how Rosalee and Emily have taken the time, for each herb they introduce, to explore its connections to the surrounding ecology. In so doing, they’ve expanded our attention beyond the human sphere: what a gift! Mindful wildcrafting is a restorative practice in many ways: ecological, medical, spiritual, and deeply personal. Wild Remedies gently guides you through them all.”

Guido MaséAuthor of The Wild Medicine Solution

“Connecting with nature is one of the things we need most right now, and Wild Remedies gives us a road map to follow, whether we are just beginning to see the plant world around us or if we are already madly in love with the possibilities wild medicines hold.”

Bevin ClarePresident of the American Herbalists Guild and author of Spice Apothecary: Blending and Using Spices for Everyday Health

“This book is an absolute joy to read, full of easy journal prompts and moments for self-reflection all designed to connect you to the world around you. Complex concepts are presented in modern, everyday language making them fully accessible without years of study and multiple degrees. And both people and plants are looked at holistically, creating relationship on multiple levels. Bottom line: I can’t wait to recommend this book!”

Maia TollAuthor of The Illustrated Herbiary and The Illustrated Bestiary

“Imagine a world where people seeking wellness and healing venture outside into their wild spaces as a first choice of treatment. While on this journey, they meet healing allies in the form of plants that they develop mutually beneficial relationships with. The adventure builds as they harvest plant medicine and use these gifts to create their own healing remedies and recipes. This isn't fantasy, this is an easily accessible reality and Wild Remedies is the ultimate interactive guidebook for self-empowerment through herbalism.”

Jeff CarpenterAuthor of The Organic Medicinal Herb Farmer

“This is a beautiful, important, and timely book. Emily and Rosalee remind us that the most powerful healing begins with the sense of wonder and gratitude that deepening our relationship with plants and the earth engenders.”

Ann Armbrecht, PhDDirector, Sustainable Herbs Program

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