Amazingly benefical, aloe is an easy plant to grow.
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is a valuable plant in cooking and in home herbal remedies. All parts of dandelion are usable: flowers, leaves and roots. Dandelion is a blood cleanser and good for the liver, and a great addition to homemade spring detox tea blends.
The name “salt” comes from the ancient word for sun (sol), and used to be so highly prized that it was the only currency in some parts of the world. Real salt contains the right minerals and right chemical formula of sodium that it is highly beneficial to the body.
Avocados are nutrient-dense foods: they are packed with nutrients but are relatively low on calories. Avocados are free of cholesterol but contain healthy unsaturated fats. In addition to replacing many common, unhealthy foods as a healthy substitute, they can also make their way into your beauty routine.
emons are listed among records for thousands of years. It is hard to pinpoint exactly where use originated, but they have been a powerful part of medicine and cooking as far as we can humanly remember. Aside from the lemony delicious taste, they are a powerful ally in the fight for a healthy body.
Baking bread without commercial yeast is possible. Very possible! As a matter of fact, it’s been done for centuries without the help of “rapid rise” yeast. All you have to do is capture the wild yeast in the air around you. Whaaaat???? Yes, there is yeast all around you, and you can capture it and […]