Many things have changed due to the Global Pandemic, including backyard garden plans. Have you planned?
If you simply must be in the loop with the news, set a timer, and no more than twice a day, consume no more than 10 (or 15 or whatever [ Read more. . . ]
Herbalism is an age-old traditional healing modality, as such, herbalists use many rather archaic words. Decoction is one of them. Decoction from dictionary.com Decoctions are usually used for rhizomes, barks, [ Read more. . . ]
Peppermint and ginger are the knee-jerk go-to essential oils for dealing with nausea. But, we have many options, both in herbalism and in its more specialized offspring, aromatherapy. First, it [ Read more. . . ]
First, we need to define our terms. A micro-business is fully owned and primarily operated by one person or a single family or perhaps two persons in a partnership business. [ Read more. . . ]
Have you ever taken an in-person aromatherapy class from an expert instructor? Here are seven reasons to do so.
Did you know that anyone in the United States may call themselves an herbalist? While this is indeed true, and herbalism will hopefully continue to be unregulated and “the people’s [ Read more. . . ]
“Pharmaceuticals are sometimes necessary and medical professionals are to be respected within their scope of practice.” Nutrition, exercise, rest, herbs, essential oils, and a whole plethora of tools are available [ Read more. . . ]
The Vines Of Wellness garden is really growing by leaps and bounds after a very wet start, followed by hot temperatures and sunshine. Some of my vertically challenged plants aren’t [ Read more. . . ]
Botanical Name: Ocimum tenuiflorum Culinary: Holy Basil is not generally used in food, though it could be. It is, however, very commonly brewed as an herbal tea, alone or blended with [ Read more. . . ]