Hibiscus tea benefits our health and wellness in many ways. This hibiscus tea recipe is great for circulatory health, blood pressure, cholesterol and has even been found to reduce the occurrence of kidney stones. Enjoy this recipe and let us know how you like it!
Learn how to make soap in a slow cooker. Our basic cold process recipe of water, lye, and fat can be used for crock pot soap. It’s a great base recipe for creating many awesome soaps, and it’s a simple process that doesn’t take a lot of time or effort.
I love pressing flowers at harvest time and am excited to share my husband’s plant press design with you. I recommend making several so you can have a few drying projects going simultaneously. Enjoy!
Been wondering how to get rid of cellulite? There are several things that will help to diminish the appearance of cellulite, and we cover 3 natural strategies in this article. There are many expensive creams and treatments out there, but you can make your own natural treatments right at home.
Vegetable juice recipes abound on the web, but this recipe sets itself apart because we teach you how to make it all from scratch, right down to the broth! Just like with homemade soups, starting with homemade broth is the key to a successful vegetable juice.
This homemade liniment recipe has been used for sore muscle relief for 100’s of years. If you have sore muscle pain, mix this up, spray it on, and enjoy relief. The recipe is based on the work of Jethro Kloss, author of Back to Eden.
I make DIY makeup brush cleaner because the natural makeup brush cleaners on the market are pricey and, since you’re supposed to clean them weekly, I go through it really fast! Making homemade brush cleaner also enables me to tweak it to my preferences.
In soap making, should you make measurements using weight or volume? The question may sound simple, but it is the subject of MUCH debate! The good news is, the answer ends up being similar on both ends of the argument.
Three DIY pumpkin beauty recipes you will love! A DIY Body Wrap, a Homemade Hair Mask, and a Homemade Face Scrub. Pumpkins are all the rage this time of year, but they’re also good for us in many ways!
There are two ways to make homemade soap molds out of silicone and we’ll show you how to do both. Both involve a bit of work and time, but the results are inexpensive and so satisfying! You can use clear or colored silicone for your molds.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, mums are used fresh and dried for fever remedies, colds, and to support the liver. For this fever relief tea we added peppermint, catnip, and honey for taste and extra kick.
Once you’ve had these homemade peanut butter cups you’ll never eat store-bought again! You only need TWO ingredients, REAL chocolate and NATURAL nut butter. And remember, you don’t have to use peanuts. If you love almonds, use almonds!