Posts Tagged ‘herbs’

Herbal Fermentation Online Course

Would you like to have the confidence to create your own herbal beer, herbal mead, herbal kombucha, herbal water kefir, and herbal fermented foods using basic, easy-to-come by ingredients and supplies? Are you ready to transform your kitchen with herbal fermentation? Explore the realms of herbal fermentation and discover new ways to capture the beneficial […] Read more…

Review: Making Herbal Love Potions – 64 Irresistible Herbal Aphrodisiacs

Review: Making Herbal Love Potions - 64 Irresistible Herbal Aphrodisiacs

Inspire intimacy and playfulness on Valentine’s Day, or any time, with these libations, perfumes, oils, and sweets from best-selling author and body-care expert Stephanie Tourles who playfully presents 64 easy recipes for natural body oils, balms, tonics, bath blends, and sweet treats to share with your special someone, in Making Love Potions: 64 All-Natural Recipes […] Read more…

Online Event: The Next Level of Using Essential Oils with David Crow

The Next Level of Using Essential Oils with David Crow

The Next Level of Using Essential Oils for Healing: Harness the Power of Specific Remedies from Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine & Modern Aromatherapy. Essential oils are wonderfully effective for supporting a wide range of physical and emotional health goals, including enhanced energy levels, better sleep, an improved sense of wellbeing, greater confidence and happiness, more balanced hormones, and so much more.  Read more…

Free Online Herbal Event: The Plant Medicine Summit

Plant Medicine Summit: Beneficial for Anyone Seeking Natural Wellness Whether you’re intrigued by essential oils and Ayurveda or you’re a practitioner of natural medicine and Chinese herbs — everyone will deepen their knowledge of the healing and evolutionary benefits of botanical medicine. You’ll find sessions and speakers that will inspire, educate and empower you… experts […] Read more…

Doug Elliott: Dandelion, Groundhogs and Poison Ivy

Doug Elliott: Dandelion, Groundhogs and Poison Ivy | Sacred Habitats

Storytelling and education go hand-in-hand. For millennia, storytelling has been an invaluable tool for passing on information, values and wisdom from one generation to the next… and with all of the focus in America on killing dandelions shouldn’t as much energy be placed on the attributes one of the most health-filled plants in the country […] Read more…

How To Make Fresh Fried Sage Leaves

How To Make Fresh Fried Sage Leaves Recipe | Sacred Habitats

The flavor of fried sage leaves are not at all pungent, just pleasantly savory. Delicate Fried Sage Leaves make an elegant garnish for meat, seafood, pasta, or a garnish for your favorite soup, or served as an appetizer along with cheese, such as Brie or a nice Smoked Gruyere. Do not make extras because these […] Read more…

Gift Idea: Flowering Teas

Gift Idea: Flowering Teas

From a visual perspective, these are the most beautiful of all the teas. Just add hot water to these tightly woven bundles and be dazzled by the display that awaits as the bud unfurls and infuses your pot with its delicious essence. To maximize your flowering tea viewing pleasure, it is recommended to brew one […] Read more…

Gift Idea: Cast Iron Teapot Hobnail Design

Gift Idea: Cast Iron Teapot Hobnail Design

Black Cast Iron Teapot is a large size, accommodating up to 40 oz of delicious, soothing tea. This decorative iron teapot is cast with a hobnail design, symbolizing strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. Hobnail symbolizes strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. This sturdy cast ironware pot heats evenly and retains heat well, […] Read more…

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