Medicinal flowers can mean quite a few things. Today we’re talking about the simple act of just picking, eating, or drying the flowers for use as medicine–not to be confused with the specialized medicine form called flower essences.
Natural home remedies for health problems and the things that ail you.
Each year I think ahead about fun homemade Mother’s Day gifts. I feel strongly about giving attention to mothers, because I know how hard they work. And now that I have a child of my own, I realize the importance of honoring moms on this special day!
What is colloidal silver? Is it safe to use? What are the benefits? We answer all these questions and more so you have a full understanding of the topic and can decide how and when to use colloidal silver for optimal health.
Let’s talk about growing horseradish! What do you think of horseradish? Do you hate the taste of it and how it burns your mouth and nose? Do you love it on everything except chocolate cake? I am in the latter camp and can’t get enough of it. I am determined to make more converts.
Wild edibles are popping up like crazy during Spring. Enjoy these lists of edible plants (leaves and roots) you can use in meals-in moderation-this spring! As you feast, be sure to use a variety of foraged foods, and to vary your meal preparation methods.
This homemade sanitizer spray is what I use for everyday cleaning and sanitizing. We have a lot of child toys so I keep a big bottle on hand. It’s natural and safe, while still doing a great job of cleaning toys and much more around our house!
Aloe vera uses range from external cuts and burns to internal use as a digestive aid. Whatever you’re using it for, be sure to practice these safe use guidelines, and consider growing your own so you can control how it is harvested thus avoiding harmful carcinogens.