Wild Blueberries: The strongest of them all!

Wild Blueberries Wild Blueberries are one of the most powerful berries out there in the world. They are in fact packed full of 2x more antioxidants then their cousins considered "high bush" blueberries. Or generally the "regular" ones you find in the grocery store. Low bush blueberries or wild blueberries, are rich in anthocyanin, a... Continue Reading →

Healing Herbs for the Heart

As many of you know, the heart is spiritually one of the most synergistically difficult things to heal. The heart needs a lot of attention and can often change within a single second. A lot of us in these times have experienced heartache due to mistrust, loss or disappointment so its something that all of... Continue Reading →

Light and Simple Herbs for the Nerves

Lavender Lavender and Chamomile are very well known herbs. Even in the mainstream of things lavender takes the front page being the best smell on the market, but lavender has much more value than adding a scent to something pretty and fluffy. In its natural state it is known to be fragrant, hardy and beautiful.... Continue Reading →

Milk Thistle and Liver Health

Milk thistle is known to be one of the greatest herbs for liver health and support. It has been known to help with liver cirrhosis, jaundice, hepatitis and gallbladder disorders. It is also great for detoxing the liver by absorbing toxins and chemicals that would otherwise be dangerous. Of course we know that the liver's... Continue Reading →

Thyme: A Respiratory Superhero

Thymus vulgaris: the technical name for what we know to be a good spice for chicken and fish, and tofu, but thyme has more valuable attributes than just being a spice that tastes good on food. Oh, yes in fact it is known to have quite the reputation for being helpful in the medicinal world!... Continue Reading →

Sage Burning to kill Bacteria

I was recently inspired by the sickness that plagued my husband over the last few days to talk about how sage and herb burning can help ward off bad germs in the air. Herb burning or "smudging" as most people might know it as, has been used and done throughout history for a number of... Continue Reading →

Juniper and Thyme Sanitizer

Winter is coming, and so are the bugs, and this year we hear they are going to be TERRIBLE. Even though we cannot avoid every single bug that is out there, we can take some precautions to keeping ourselves healthy and avoid getting sick "as much". It is almost inevitably known that if your going... Continue Reading →

Calendula Tincture: Wound Healing

Calendula is one of my favorite skin healing herbs. It can be used in a number of different ways, but I would have to say that this is the first herb I gravitate towards when I am trying to heal any sort of wound, rash or bite. Its properties include: Antifungal Anti-inflammatory Diaphoretic (Induces Sweating)... Continue Reading →

Saving Herbs for Winter

There are a lot of ways that you can use herbs to your benefit over the winter. As colder weather rolls in so do the colds and flu's. There is some advantage to growing your own medicine that is absolutely priceless (quite literally). And when your using your own herbs that you have saved and... Continue Reading →


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