Herbalist Christina Sanchez reveals 2 of her (formerly) secret recipes for making Piñon pine syrup from the cones and the needles. As a special extra bonus, she added her recipe for Piñon Pine Needle Honey too!Read More
Vanilla, aka Vanilla planifolia, is a tropical vine orchid originally domesticated in Mexico that has become the baker’s standard for extract flavoring worldwide. It was savored first by the Totonac people of Eastern Mexico and eventually taken up by the Aztecs who passed it on to the Spanish.Read More
Herbal Nerd Society Exclusive: Substitute sweet, floral extracts with a hint of earthy flavor for vanilla Extract in your favorite baked goods, including cookies, cakes, brownies, creams, puddings, and ice creams. My own favorite of late has been cardamon extract, although Pink Rose extract is a really close second. Consider other tasty flavors, too. Orange and Ginger extract wonderfully and they blend beautifully with chocolate and nutty flavors. Tulsi and Chamomile are beautiful when used lightly in golden cakes, creams and frostings. Whatever you’re baking, it is wise to give your herbal extracts a test before you commit to the whole recipe. Here’s How…Read More
Enjoy this easy to make natural hair growth formula that can be made with either rosemary oil or creosote bush oil specially designed for eyelashes and eyebrows by Herbalist/Cosmetologist Christina Sanchez.Read More
This procedure is very basic and can be used for many types of herbal liniments. Liniments are topical use only. They are primarily for relieving sore muscles or ligaments, reducing bruises or other skin conditions.Read More
By raising or stimulating our subtle body vibrations we are able to release stuck emotional patterns, make new perceptions, choices and outcomes mentally, emotionally, physically and consciously. This is the main healing power of all flower essences.Read More
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