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Golden milk seems to be one of life’s great pleasures. The soothing color, spices and creamy texture are truly delicious. I like to use coconut milk to make this drink, but the milk is really just a carrier for the spices. You get to use whatever milk you enjoy best. The spices that go into […]Read more »
Though this steam recipe calls for dried herbs, it can be prepared with fresh herbs if desired. Ingredients • 2-ounces young eucalyptus leaves, dried • 1-ounce sage leaf, dried • 1-ounce juniper leaf or berry, dried • 1-gallon water Instructions 1. Place herbs in water (in a glass, stainless steel or ceramic-coated pot) and bring […]Read more »
Hot Oil Scalp Treatment Brrrrr… it is cold outside. I think this can be said across the country. Today, in Michigan, we are experiencing -25F temps when windchill is factored in. This kind of cold and the dry heat of a furnace leaves my hair dry and my scalp itchy. When this comes to call, […]Read more »
(This is the second in a series of articles on some common physical changes women may experience, such as varicose veins or age spots, as they age and how these changes can naturally be reduced or minimized) Our Aging Bodies As we get older, our bodies start to show the wear and tear that we […]Read more »
I recently received a wonderful book entitled, “The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen” by Sean Sherman and Beth Dooley. http://sioux-chef.com/ These 2 fabulous cooks are at the forefront of food in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area. They are quickly gaining popularity for their use of fresh, local foods but what I love best about this book is its […]Read more »
Cold/flu season is upon us and having your sore throat lozenges ready is a great idea. At The Mother Earth News Fair in Topeka last month, I had the pleasure of sharing practical “hands-on” throat lozenge making with a number of participants. Join in making your own herbal throat pastilles/lozenges, which are tasty, simple to […]Read more »
(This is the first in a series of articles on some common physical changes women may experience, such as varicose veins or age spots, as they age and how these changes can naturally be reduced or minimized) Our Aging Bodies As we get older, our bodies start to show the wear and tear that we […]Read more »
An inhaler can become your personal little go-to garden and health remedy. Wouldn’t you love to be able to take the wonderful aroma of walking through a flower garden, or the whiff of lilacs in bloom with you? And doesn’t the smell make you feel good and refreshed? By using aromatherapy inhalers, you can have […]Read more »
Are you interested in maintaining an excellent state of health? Do you want to eliminate all harmful toxins from your body? If you have answered with yes to either one of these two questions, you should keep on reading. In the paragraphs below, you will be able to find some herbs that have genuine detoxifying […]Read more »
Herbal teas have been around for centuries. Drinking herbal teas offer many different healthy and well being benefits.The calming practice of drinking tea can be incorporated into a part of your morning or night routines. There is just something soothing about sipping a warm tea that gives us a moment to be mindful of […]Read more »