Chakras: Healing With Crystals…

September 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

Our chakras seem to resonate with crystals when we are near them. Personal testimony from thousands of people who work with crystals show that a mild electrical pulse of energy is present when our chakras come in physical contact with crystals. If you are unfamiliar with crystals or unsure of which crystals to use on [ ...click to read more ]

Lavender Cotton

September 19, 2016 // 1 Comment

Lavender Cotton – Santolina chamaecyparissus – Asteraceae (Compositae) family Although lavender cotton is a member of the daisy family, it is more reminiscent of lavender with its grayish green foliage and strong aromatic scent. It is used in potpourris, insect repellent sachets and dried flower [ ...click to read more ]

Herbal Pharmacy – 10

September 9, 2016 // 1 Comment

Ease aches and pains with spices Adding 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper, turmeric, paprika or ginger to your daily diet could reduce production of pain-triggering inflammation within a week. Research shows that these flavor boosters contain compounds that turn off cyclooxygenase-2 (also known as cox- 2) — an enzyme [ ...click to read more ]

Improving the Chakras With Wholesome Foods

August 8, 2016 // 0 Comments

Our bodies need a variety of fresh and unprocessed foods to be healthy. Chemical additives, GMOs, and artificial sweeteners have been shown to be detrimental to human health. Fluoride, which is commonly added to drinking water and toothpaste has done more to undermine chakra balance than all other additives combined. [ ...click to read more ]

All About Chervil

August 8, 2016 // 0 Comments

Family: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae), Anthriscus cerefolium Hoffm. Chervil has been used since ancient Roman times. The flavor is somewhere between tarragon and parsley. Its delicate fern-like leaves have a mild and delicious flavor. It is added raw to salads, or tossed in at the last minute with cooked foods. How to grow: [ ...click to read more ]

All About Lemon Grass

July 10, 2016 // 2 Comments

Lemon Grass [ Cymbopogon citratus ] Originally native to grasslands in Southeast Asia, lemon grass is now cultivated in many tropical regions, including Guatemala, the West Indies (Antilles and Caribbean area), and the Philippines. It is used as a culinary herb and in distillation for its essential oil. The herb is a [ ...click to read more ]

Urban Homesteading ~ Self Responsibility

July 8, 2016 // 0 Comments

This video is produced by a friend of mine, Jacqueline DuBois [ The Moon Mother.net ] In the video, Jackie discusses taking personal responsibility for prepping, growing your own food, the economy, and much more. Each one of us has a purpose in life and she has found hers. I wanted to share this video with my [ ...click to read more ]

Gardening Tips

June 27, 2016 // 1 Comment

In the garden, don’t be concerned with having perfectly straight rows. To fill in empty areas in a row, consider planting bush beans, garlic, onions, or marigolds. Marigolds and garlic provide color and also deter pests and insects. Label all plants growing in containers or in the gardens. It’s easy to forget what [ ...click to read more ]