I LOVE my indoor herb garden! Once planted and placed in my window, they have grown great. I’m excited to watch them and use them in meals, all winter long!
People have long valued the medicinal qualities and benefits of sage. Let’s learn how we can use several varieties and applications to support better health.
Last week I outlined how to make smudge sticks, and as promised, wanted to follow that up by writing about some of the most common smudging herbs to use. Enjoy!
Learn how to grow and how to use stevia as a sweetener. It is very easy to grow, and can be processed into powder or extract for use as a natural homemade sweetener.
Let’s take a look at 4 natural beauty tips to help simplify and clean up your beauty routine. Along with the tips we’ll also share 10 DIY Natural beauty recipes!
Learn how to make a smudge stick and consider doing what I do, freshen the air in your home using the entire plant, not just one concentrated form of the plant, like essential oils.
Pigments, oxides, and micas are soap colorants that will help you achieve gorgeous color in your homemade soaps. Let’s learn how to use them to get the color we’re after.
Having an indoor succulent garden is all the rage, and for good reason. These little buggers purify your air, are beautiful, and simple to grow. Learn how to plant and grow your own!
Black walnut leaves and husks have some pretty cool medicinal uses. While the nuts are delicious and nutritious (if you can get to them) don’t ignore the leaves and husks!
This homemade drawing salve, made with plantain and activated charcoal, delivers a salve that helps draw splinters and bee stings to the surface of the skin!
This homemade hamburger helper™ recipe is a healthier version of the boxed supermarket superhero! Making your own means healthier ingredients, and flavors tweaked to YOUR tastebuds. What’s not to love?
So you want to start selling homemade products? Be sure to familiarize yourself with these common facts and myths before you begin selling your homemade natural products.