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 →

A Poem of Hope

She can Bring about life, Flourish in joy and beauty Gentleness and kindness  Flow with her pride,She provides, All that we need All that she gives is the Life that we succeed She wants to see us nourished With this she is complete But when face with greed She binds and she breaks She fights... 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 →

Children in Nature

This past weekend we decided we would spend a little time outdoors before the winter winds start to blow freely. Fall is our most favorite time to travel, the trees are coming to an end in their turning of colors and the fall breeze rushes the fresh scent of pine and crisp leaves under your... 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 →

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