Radical Herbal Workshops and Self Care Offerings

Radical Folk Herbalism Workshops 

The emotional and physical transformation I underwent in when I began rewilding my life and working with plants was profound. Now I teach radical workshops about the pure pleasure of working with plants to support people on their own wellness journey. 

With a background in education, I revel in creating relaxed, engaging environments where learning is easy and enjoyable. 


My teas and body care products are high quality alternatives to the chemical-filled mainstream. Everything is formulated with enjoyment and deep self-care in mind. 

All of the herbs I use are organic or chemical free. The tea bags are compostable, the tins and bottles are reusable, and many orders are sent in repurposed materials (like cereal boxes.)


I'm Aniko, the folk herbalist behind Wild Origins. I apprenticed for two years under an ethnobotanist and herb farmer who learned from Rosemary Gladstar and for the better part of a decade I have been growing, working with, and studying medicinal plants with a focus on the connections between self empowerment, self care, and the natural world. 

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Face Wash

"The face wash has completely changed my skin. I have always struggled with acne and oily skin and other products would be overly drying, causing more problems. My skin feels clean and balanced now, and I have been using the face wash for over a year and no longer need to rely on concealer and foundation before I leave the house. I feel more confident and myself and have Wild Origins to thank for that!" 

                                             - Katie R


Spray Deodorant

"I decided to kick the big box store, mainstream deodorant brands. I was surprised when I didn't go through a stinky transition from my old deodorant to Wild Origins. I'm sure it was a little off putting to my friends when I'd lift my arms and say "smell my pits, they don't stink." They agreed."

                                                  - Mikki

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Archive: This started as a blog of my herbal education.  You can still find that here