Vanilla essential oil vs vanilla extract, and several little known uses for vanilla. Did you know it has been considered an aphrodisiac, is useful in treating nausea, has anti-inflammatory properties, and more?
A simmering pot is a basic stove top potpourri made of spices, dried fruit peels, and/or extracts. Enjoy my favorite recipes, but don’t be afraid to experiment so you can come up with some favorites of your own!
The croup virus has hit a lot of homes lately, and we learned that natural ways to treat croup in infants isn’t an exact science. Here are a few natural suggestions that help a mild case of croup runs its course.
This healing lip balm is very simple and very effective. With just four ingredients it yields almost 20 tubes of a gorgeous lip balm that heals and protects.
Microdermabrasion at home is easier than you think! Sure, you could go to a spa and have the treatment done for upwards of $120–OR–employ this simple and easy method to do it yourself at home for pennies.
Homemade paw wax, as the name suggests, is wax for your dog’s paws. It’s a blend of wax and oils that coat the underside of the paw, protect it from the elements, and heal any existing abrasions.
This list of herbs gives you a powerful set of plants to keep on hand for their high nutritional and medicinal values. I keep these seven herbs in my pantry at all times and would love for you to use and enjoy them too!
Easy healthy snacks don’t have to come pre-made from the grocery store. This list of healthy snack ideas empowers you to create simple, healthy snacks for any craving!
This bubble bath playdough is a fun way for kids to play in the tub. And, because it’s a play dough soap recipe, they get clean while they’re having fun!
Learn how to render beeswax, and clean it yourself. Yes, it is more convenient to buy the pellets, but if you’re into doing things yourself you can render and clean your own beeswax and enjoy the advantages.
Use this natural remedy for a cold and for flu. Nature has a bounty of organic solutions, you just have to know where to look and how to put them together.