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5 Reasons To Try Our Line Of Products

We are pioneers converging traditional herbal remedies with the convenience of our “patent-pending” line of stick packs!

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Hey Mama!

In 2012, I was blessed with my little girl Stella. I had no idea what I was in for. It was pure love. I wanted to do the best I could by her and I knew there was no question- I was going to breastfeed! It just wasn’t as easy as I thought. I wasn’t making enough milk and I was having formula pushed down my throat.

Not knowing what to do I desperately search for an alternative, Hallelujah I found one! Blown away by the efficacy of these herbal galactagogues- herbs used to increase milk supply, I made it my mission to share them with the world! Having been there, I wanted to reach out and help other Moms anyway I could.

I had heard about the School of Holistic Living here in Orlando and was always very interested in alternative medicine. Emily Ruff , the school’s director, was referred to me by a mutual friend and I immediately set up a meeting with her. She is seasoned herbalist with a ton of experience and understanding of plant medicine -a perfect fit to help create Plentiful.

I can testify from my own experience that it not only works but it tastes great. Now I can share it! #WEAREPLENTIFUL

Frances Titus Muezner
Frances Titus MueznerCreator, CEO, Mother
Emily Ruff
Emily RuffFormulator

Meet The Formulator

Emily Ruff, Director of the Florida School of Holistic Living, is a community herbalist and health educator who has practiced the art and science of plant healing for over a decade. The roots of her study were passed down during her childhood wandering the wilderness of Central Florida with her father, a botanist and professor, and digging in the soil with her grandfather, an urban farmer. Her journey into herbalism was sparked in adolescence, when she traveled to Guatemala and apprenticed with local plant healers.

Returning to the United States, she completed apprenticeships with many admired Western herbalists, including Rosemary Gladstar, Carolyn Whitford, and George Darcy, founder of the Florida School of Holistic Living. Her interest in nature-based living inspired her to relocate to a primitive camp along the Econlockhatchee River, to develop a deeper intimacy in her relationship with Florida’s plant medicines.Continuing her studies, Emily completed advanced studies including teacher training and a residential internship with her mentor, Rosemary Gladstar, at her home and education center, Sage Mountain, in Vermont. Emily continues her studies of the healing traditions of Central and South America to this day, traveling regularly to gather knowledge of plant medicine from the tropics to bring back to her home state of Florida, where her efforts restore the bioregion’s melting-pot-apothecary into modern herbal practice.

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