Artemisia Herbs

Artisanal Quality from Seed to Shelf


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It is important to us that the community we serve has the information they need to make informed decisions about their health. In addition to consultation by Susan, we are...

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Owner Susan Feavearyear, gained her knowledge of plants through studying with herbalists and healers all over the world; from shamans and curanderas, to aboriginal healers and herbal advocates. Her most...

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From custom formulation, to private consultation, Artemisia strives to work with individual needs.



  • Dear Artemisia Herbs, People spend a lot of time complaining about products and services, but too often don’t make an effort to praise what does work well. So, I’d like to take a moment to thank you, thank you, thank you, for your incredible Healing Salve!

    • Katie
    • Santa Fe, NM
  • I have been using several products since January from Artemisia Herbs for my severe eczema. I can’t say enough about how they have helped! The Skin tonic is incredible as well as the Rio Grande Salve for current eruptions. Also the Healing Salve has actually softened the scar tissued damaged skin on my arms. Can’t say enough about these wonderful products Artemisia Herbs!

    Cathy Digby
    • Cathy Digby
    • Bellingham, WA

Latest Post

Pedicularis Flower Essence

Energetically and spiritually, wood betony provides protection from spirits with ill intent, and provides us with clarity in times of uncertainty. It helps us regain connection with our innate intuition...

Herb of the Month – Pedicularis (Wood Betony)

Commonly known as lousewort, this plant is found in open forest throughout Canada and North America. It has long, lanceolate, reddish green leaves that can grow quite large when happy....

Wildcrafting Wednesday – Geranium maculatum (Wild Geranium)

Happy Wild Crafting Wednesday! Today’s plant is a little New Mexico native flower nestled in with its family of plants! Can you guess which one it is? Wild Geranium! Also...

Artemisia Libations – Elderflower Cordial

Another tasty treat to keep you cool in the heat!   Ingredients: 15-30 elderflower heads, de-stemmed 1 quart filtered/distilled water 1 lb sugar 1/4 cup raw honey 1 lemon 2T...

Herb of the Month – Vaccinium Myrtillus (Bilberry)

We’re here to talk about berries, y’all. Burgundy smears stain our hands and sidewalks as mulberries litter the city-streets of our beloved Burque. Cherries (not technically a berry, we know,...

Wildcrafting Wednesday – Viola Odorata (Violet)

Happy Wednesday, wondrous wildcrafters! *~* This week’s herbal inspiration is being derived from a delicate beauty, violet (Viola odorata). *~* The violet listed is the most common used in a...

Wildcrafting Wednesday – Ranunculaceae (Clematis)

What a great gift it is when that which you seeks, finds you first. Yesterday, we were having trouble coming up with an herb for Wildcrafting Wednesday. Shortly after leaving...

Herb of the Month – Coriandrum (Cilantro)

    This common culinary annual is used prolifically in various interntional cuisines; Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Mexican, and many others. What is less know about this plant is its use...

Artemisia Libations – Lilac Spritzer

Ingredients 1 c. Lilac flowers 1/2 c. Sugar 1/4 Lemon 3-4 blueberries (for a splash of color!) Spritzer water Optional – Apple cider vinegar OR cream/coconut milk Mix ingredients with...

Wildcrafting Wednesday – Trifolium Pratense (Red Clover)

Happy Wednesday! This week, we’ve been loving red clover (Trifolium Pratense). If you follow us on any of our other streams (Newsletter, herb-of-the-month, etc.), you’ve seen that we’re rather into...

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