Feverfew for the Pain in Your Head

Feverfew for the Pain in Your Head

Feverfew for the Pain in Your Head Traditionally feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) has been used for supporting digestive health, dealing with head pain, asthma, muscle cramping, psoriasis, and treating the common cold. Nowadays, it is often most well-known for its...
What is Hibiscus?

What is Hibiscus?

Hibiscus Hibiscus sabdariffa is an annual bushy plant that is generally grown in tropical and subtropical regions. Fresh or dried calyces are what is commonly used for medicinal purposes though the stems, leaves, and seeds can also be used for many other purposes....
Herbs for Prosperity and Luck in the New Year

Herbs for Prosperity and Luck in the New Year

Herbs for Prosperity and Luck in the New Year Feng Shui isn’t complete without taking the time to think a bit more about plants. The items in a home all contain energetic components and using herbs for good luck is a great practice. Not only to give your home a...
Oregano – Much More than Topping for Your Pizza Pie

Oregano – Much More than Topping for Your Pizza Pie

Oregano–Much More than Topping for Your Pizza Pie A member of the mint family, oregano is a flowering plant native to the Mediterranean region. Origanum vulgare is easy to grow–makes a lovely ground cover–and is a versatile botanical for both culinary and medicinal...
Dill Weed: More than Just a Spice

Dill Weed: More than Just a Spice

Dill Weed: More than Just a Spice Most people are familiar with dill weed as a dried or fresh spice used in cooking that adds a mild peppery flavor to pickled foods, sauces, stews, grilled meat or fish, potatoes, rice, and pasta dishes. What you may not know is that...

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