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Owner & Founder

I am a Clinical Herbalist, trained in the healing modalities of Traditional Western Herbalism, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Reiki, and Healing Touch; as well as a doctoral student working on a dissertation in Literature, focused on Critical Plant Studies. The natural world has been my fascination for as long as I can remember, and nothing makes me feel more myself—more passionately alive, and more full of magic and purpose—than working with plants and ancient plant medicine. I have been studying the relationship between plants and people professionally for the best part of a decade— from the history and philosophy of ancient alchemy, to quantum vibrational healing, to studies in plant agency and vegetal consciousness, to ancient and modern North American and European herbalism and shamanic culture . . . though perhaps I have received the greatest wisdom from my garden.

Artemis Teas is my passion project, and exists to be a bridge of powerful connection between people and plants, as well as a deep, inspiring source of wellness and plant healing. Every tea blend is resonate with healing intention, and is always carefully and lovingly sourced with the health of the planet and ecosystems in mind. At Artemis Teas, we encourage you to “drink with purpose,” connection, and delight; and, to never underestimate the power of a cup of tea . . .

Botanic Journal

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In the 12th century, Hildegard Von Bingen, a powerful female leader of the Church who was also a mystic and master Herbalist, coined this word. It means “vitality, fecundity, lushness, verdure, or growth,” and Hildegard used it to refer to or symbolize “spiritual and physical health,”  often as a reflection of the divine revealed in nature . . .


One of my favorite stories is that of Circe in Homer’s The Odyssey. Maligned as a self-indulgent and dangerously coercive “witch” and “sorceress” for over 2000 years by male poets, scholars, philosophers, and critics, I find Circe to be one of the most fascinating and misunderstood female characters in Western literature and culture . . .

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