I love working with Geranium essential oil, although I am sensitive. For me, Geranium can...Read More
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Rhodiola rosea has been in use for centuries, yet it’s a relative new-comer to modern herbal practice in the Western world. Although it’s new to many of us, Rhodiola’s entrance into modern practice could not be more well-timed.Read More
Stout, sunny, and strong, Rhodiola rosea or Roseroot is a steadfast friend through cold, dark...Read More
Rhodiola has been used to help the body to adapt to a variety of stressors. It helps boost circulation to the brain, offering the brain tissues increased oxygen that helps improve the action of neurotransmitters and boost brain function.Read More
What are your go-to salads? Green salad, cucumber salad, fresh corn or tomato salad?
And what about the dressing??
We also make lots of quinoa or potato salads, but truly, no matter what kind of salad you make, doesn’t it really all come down to the dressing?
People will eat your salad, go ahead and add a great dressing and listen to them ooh and aahh and sigh when they eat your salad.Read More
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Through the ages, Rosemary has played a rather large part in the rituals of our culture. In daily life, Rosemary has helped keep both critters and germs at bay. It’s been infused into vinegar, burned and distilled intoRead More
Aromatherapists have long employed Rosemary’s strongly aromatic qualities to treat infectious diseases including colds and flu, heart and circulatory conditions including low blood pressure and cold hands and feet, slow or sluggish digestion, menstrual irregularity and infertility, and what was once calledRead More
Modern herbalists have some good scientific studies to back their use of Rosemary, and many of us draw upon both traditional practice and modern scientific study when we reach for Rosemary. For the most part, we all agree that Rosemary tends to beRead More
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