Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is one of my favourite herbs to work with in my herbal practice and I’m so excited to be bringing you this recipe. Not only is it an amazing anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant, golden milk is also incredibly nourishing and delicious.
Summer is winding down and before you know it all the glorious fresh herbs we’ve been taking advantage of will no longer be available. It’s time to talk about how to dry herbs. You can simply bring them indoors and hang them as bundles from hooks (I like doing this with lavender). You can also […]
Basil is one of nature’s wondrous plants that can really boost your health. Let’s look into what this little wonder has to offer shall we?
My first self-taught lesson when growing an edible garden was definitely to make sure you grow herbs! Yes, they may not receive as much attention as your prize grown tomato or pumpkin, but they are just as important. Herbs are easy, require little maintenance and add heavenly flavor to any garden grown dish you whip […]
The hardiness of Comfrey makes it a great addition to your herb garden, and its many medicinal uses mean it can be a valuable herb in your home as well. With delicate purple flowers, comfrey is both beautiful and useful.
If you live in the Northeastern corner of the United States, chances are you are familiar with Fiddleheads and the excitement that coincidences with their appearance for a few weeks every spring. While many other cultures have used Fiddleheads through the centuries, the fern has become a staple of New England culture.