Hello there!

My name is Courtney, I am the owner & creator of Quartz in the Clouds. I am an herbalist, gardener, earth-tender, candle maker & daydreamer.  Back in 2015,  I began making candles, all natural household & personal wellness products for myself, family and friends. During this time I was seeing part of my work in life was to share these offerings with my community.  Through this journey I found a passion for gardening, where I now grow many of the plants I use in my offerings. I have found the path to deeper healing with herbalism & working with plants, the earth’s medicine. We have one body and one planet & during this life I strive to bring healing and symbiosis within both.

I am a certified Herbalist first through the Herbal Academy and secondly through Sajah Popham's Vitalist Herbal Practitioner Program.  The title is basically obsolete in the US but it does show that I've done my studies and coursework and I do have some credibility which I think is important.  I follow Matthew Woods Medicinal Plant Guides most closely along with Sajah Popham and his detailed Herbal Monographs.

All my works in life are nature based, spiritually guided & tending to the Earth.  I continue to create and offer gentle plant medicine, hand-blended herbal tea, plant-based skincare & all natural candles. All offerings are made with the intention to bring you closer to yourself and Mother Earth. Thank you so much for visiting my shop. 

Apothecary ~

Small batches are handmade in alignment with the seasons, planets & cycles of the moon with gratitude and intention. All herbs are garden grown or locally sourced when available. Ingredients are always all natural & organic. 

Herbal drops are extracted using organic cane alcohol & weight-to-volume method to ensure the highest quality, potent plant medicine.

Candles ~

Small batches are hand-poured using a plant-based proprietary blend of apricot, renewable coconut, and soy waxes (paraffin free!!) infused with Quartz crystals, non-toxic fragrance oils & sustainably sourced essential oils.  

I do my very best to source the best wax possible for both our benefit and for the environment. I understand the want to consume less soy products but with candle-making it's virtually impossible unless we're working with 100% beeswax which also has its downsides in large production.

I am forever striving to make the most eco-friendly, consumer-loving offerings.