Hawthorn Berries (Crataegus laevigata)
If you sit with your back to the hawthorn tree in mid-May when its flowers are a-bursting and the bees are bee-ing, you may just find yourself transported to a world so secret, so sacred that even the internet won’t tell you about it. That’s really all we can say! But we’ll let the berries – and the fairies – give you the real deets. In the meantime, a heart-to-heart with hawthorn in any form might be just the thing.
As for the dirt on why, how, and when to use this herb, it’s up to you to hit the books / browsers and do a little sleuthing of your own. We’ll be here for you if you need a hand – or an herb – to hold.