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. . . ]
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. . . ]
Have you ever taken an in-person aromatherapy class from an expert instructor? Here are seven reasons to do so.
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. . . ]
The practice of aromatherapy is now popular, widespread, and at times controversial. Usage advice varies greatly depending upon the source. One source may claim routine use of undiluted essential oils [ Read more. . . ]
Botanical Name: Monarda ssp.. There are several species within the Monarda genus, most of which may be used interchangeably. Always identify the exact species you are utilizing. Culinary: Bee Balm [ Read more. . . ]