The Philosopher's Stone

The Philosopher's Stone is the legendary exlixir that the ancient alchemists believed could change metals to gold.

At the Herban Alchemist we believe that knowledge and wisdom give us the ability to bring transformation into our daily lives.

The Philosopher's Stone is our newsletter and blog. We hope to inspire you with great articles and resources to guide you on the journey to optimal health in body, mind and spirit.

"The small changes that we make in our everyday lives add up to make our lives solid gold!"

Enjoy the adventure...

Latest Articles

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10 Natural Cough Remedies Because It’s Too Cold to Go to the Doctor

As originally published in The/Thirty by Audrey Noble An intense cold when you can feel the mucus drip down your throat, have difficulty breathing, and have lost the ability to verbally articulate any thoughts because you’re coughing every other word is pure hell. We’re in the middle of the “bomb cyclone,” and the chances of […]

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I Tested the Top Hangover Cures—Here’s What Worked

Shared from Glam.com Wellness December 29, 2017 BY MADDY ZOLLO RUSBOSIN We’ve all had one of those nights where one glass of wine turns into an entire bottle. The next day your head is throbbing, your stomach is queasy, your mouths feel like the Sahara, and you tell yourself you’re never drinking again. Sound familiar? […]

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Head to the Pantry, Not the Pill Bottle

Step away from the pill bottle With a more holistic approach to health and wellbeing in 2017, Lane Crawford goes in search of the au-naturel treatments that help ease minor, common pains – no prescription necessary. Giving us the inside knowledge is New York-based naturopathic doctor Dr. Gabrielle Francis, who reveals which foods and natural […]

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Allergy Cures courtesy of Domino PHOTOGRAPHY BY PHUONG NGUYEN

Natural Allergy Cures That Really Work

Before you stock up your go-to OTC meds, give these alternative fixes a try. By: Julia Malacoff for Domio Ah, spring. For many, it’s the best time of year because it’s finally possible to spend some time in the great outdoors soaking up rays, smelling the new blooms, and enjoying the fact that you’re not […]

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