Basil is a staple in many people’s homes. It is both a medicinal and culinary herb, used by herbalists and non-herbalists alike. Find out how to grow it fresh from your own home or garden!
Oats (Avena sativa) is one of the many herbs we love year round! This small wonder packs a powerful nutritional punch with its protein, B-vitamins, calcium, and other minerals. Learn more about oats by visiting the link.
Sometimes we find ourselves with an overabundance of herbs on hand. So how can we avoid letting our harvest go to waste? Here are three simple ways to dry herbs.
Taken from the Online Intermediate Herbal Course, this recipe is the perfect remedy for the cold and flu season! Find the full recipe and its healing properties by visiting the link.
Don’t treat your nasal congestion and chest congestion with over-the-counter medication! Creating an herbal decoction can relieve both in one fell swoop. We can do this when we combine ginger and licorice powders and take it as a tea. Get the recipe and learn about ginger and licorice by visiting the link.
Before we jump into the new year all that 2014 has to offer, let’s take a step back to reflect on 2013. Enjoy the top 10 of our favorite and most popular posts featured over the last 12 months. Included: – 5 Kitchen Herbs for Cold Season – Cacao Dusted Peanut Butter Cookies – 3 […]