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.
“The whole person (body, mind, and spirit) is involved in maintaining good health.” Wholistic wellness is about wholeness. When possible, Whole foods are used to nourish a Whole individual. The [ Read more. . . ]
This is part of a continuing series on the Wellness Creed developed by Vines of Wellness. It is important to define the philosophy and mission which underpin a wellness strategy. [ Read more. . . ]
Everyone struggles. Having a supportive community helps. According to Collins English Dictionary, one of the definitions of community is: “a group of people having cultural, religious, ethnic, or other characteristics in common”.(1) “Other characteristics” is rather broad, and can be construed [ Read more. . . ]
“The least invasive intervention which is both safe and effective is the tool of choice when choosing botanicals for healing.” Choosing the right tool for the right job is often [ Read more. . . ]
Growing health promoting plants from seed or from transplants is a transforming experience. Nurturing the tiny seedling from the beginning allows one to appreciate all that goes into the final [ Read more. . . ]
Nourishing the body, mind, and spirit is key to holistic wellness. There are many ways that the body, mind, and spirit may be strengthened and sustained. Body Wholeness of body [ Read more. . . ]