Radical Herbal Workshops and Self Care

Wild Origins was born out of my interest in self-empowerment, self-care, and the natural world. 

The emotional and physical transformation that I underwent in rewilding my life and working with plants as an apprenticing herbalist was profound. Through Wild Origins I teach workshops and offer products to help others in their own journey.

Learn with me

I teach radical workshops about the pure pleasure of working with plants to support health.

My background is in education and I love creating relaxed, engaging environments where learning is easy and enjoyable.

Offerings

My teas and body care are high quality alternatives to mainstream products.  I make everything with deep self-care in mind. 

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

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I'm Aniko, the herbalist behind Wild Origins.  I apprenticed for two years under an ethnobotanist/herb farmer who studied with Rosemary Gladstar and for the better part of a decade I have been growing, working with, and studying medicinal plants. 

Contact: Wholesale, teaching, or wedding inquiries? Drop me a line

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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

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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

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