A well known garden herb, sage is a beautiful velvety to touch plant with a multitude of wonderful healing properties. It’s botanical name is Salvia officinalis The bees love our plants. We have a couple varieties growing. The usual silvery green leaf and a stunning variegated form. Sage has...Read More: From Better Brain Health to Beating Strep with Sage
If you’re anything like me, and love to grow your own herbs, you’ll have an abundance of fresh greenery each season that you can easily preserve to have on hand for the off season. Each year, I’ll always have oregano, marjoram, basil, chives, tarragon, parsley, mint and rosemary growing....Read More: How To Dry Your Own Herbs and Spices
With the rapid growing demand for natural organic beauty products, especially personal organic products, it’s not surprising to see so many people confused as to what is really natural and what isn’t. It is estimated that by 2018, global demand for organic personal care products will reach $13.2 billion...Read More: What Are You Really Putting On Your Skin?
Healthy hair begins on the inside. There is a definite link between the foods you eat and the health of your hair. Of course there are other reasons why your hair may be thinning, brittle, dry or lack lustre such as: thyroid/adrenal issues candida overgrowth mineral imbalance vitamin deficiency...Read More: How To Grow Luxurious Hair Quickly And Easily
First published March 31, 2013 by Michelle Heltay. Original post can be found at www.naturalhealthmanagement.com Today, I went grocery shopping. I had a specific list of items I needed as both my son and I are swapping to a gluten & grain free & completely dairy free lifestyle. Now...Read More: The Hidden Dangers In Your Health Foods
Do you ever feel dead dog tired when you wake up and wonder why, after a good night’s rest, you feel so sleepy and groggy? After all, you got the recommended 8 hours sleep didn’t you? Do you get to lunch time, moan with sagging shoulders, at the thought...Read More: Is Exhaustion Your Constant Companion? It Could Be Your Adrenals!
I love frankincense essential oil. It has to be one of my top 5 oils along with rose, sandalwood, jasmine and genuine lavender (not lavendin). This gorgeous oil has been around for thousands of years, yet thanks to alternative health news sites such as Dr Mercola, Natural News and...Read More: Frankincense Essential Oil for Health and Beauty
Bugs Bunny had it right all along. A wise little rabbit. But carrots are not just rabbit food. They are an incredibly nutritious powerhouse that is available all year long. I buy between 10kg – 20kg of organic juicing carrots each week. Organic is a better option than conventional...Read More: Protect Brain Health and Cognitive Function with Carrots
An adaptogen is a plant that greatly improves your body’s ability to adapt to stress. A stressor could be heat, cold, a busy lifestyle, high altitudes, noise, or any number of other stressors. Adaptogens help restore balance, they protect the body. They impart strength, endurance, energy, improve mental...Read More: Adaptogenic Herbs for Whole Body Health
Golden seal – a beautiful herb that makes the Medical Herbalist in me sing with joy! It is a truly undervalued herb that is so important for so many of the body functions. Golden seal is often used as a first line of defense at the onset of a...Read More: Why I Consider Goldenseal An Essential Addition To Any Home First Aid Kit