Apothecary Suil Crow opens in Ipswich
The Apothecary Suil Crow Herbalist Shop recently opened in Ipswich.
Owner Rebeccah Pearson, an Ipswich resident, began to pass on her love and knowledge of plants and herbs, offering information on natural remedies, descriptions of the natural benefits of plants and herbs, and ‘opening your eyes of the surroundings on a twist of magic. “
Raised on the shores of Manchester, Pearson learned flowers and herbs from a young age from her father, who was a horticulturalist. His love of naturally grown items continued throughout his life and has now morphed into Suil Crow.
“For me, it’s not just about the buds and herbs and the properties of each element, but also the folklore of the past that intrigued me,” Pearson said. “The story itself contains incredible insight into how we used cultivated objects for healing and comfort and offerings to gods many years ago.”
On the Suil Crow website, guests will find a list of pants, herbs, flowers, and more, along with spiritual meanings, homemade tea recipes, myths and legends, and hand-made essential oils. hand.
“Flowers offer endless possibilities in our area, one of my favorites are dandelions,” said Pearson. “From a healing standpoint, they can lower inflammation and cholesterol… and contribute to a healthier liver. The use of dandelions for medical and spiritual purposes dates back hundreds of years.
With recent events related to last year’s pandemic, holistic approaches to health are on the rise. The natural remedies of the past and the present come together again.
“Ginger can help soothe menstrual cramps, reduce inflation and relieve morning sickness, figs can help manage digestion issues and promote healthy skin, and bay leaves help fight migraines. , to name a few, ”said Pearson.
For more information, visit http://apothecarysuilcrow.com.