Is coffee bad for you or is coffee good for you? Well that often comes down to a matter of opinion! Some recent studies say it’s good, but how valid are they?
These five gout home remedies will help ease pain and aid in recovery from this painful condition. Remedies include cramp bark, cherries, nettles, and more.
Learn how to use catnip on you–not your cat–because it’s useful for people too! It has very positive effects on humans and is great for fever, colic, and more.
This healthy seasoned salt recipe–made with spirulina–is my favorite way to eat spirulina. You get all the great benefits without the yucky spirulina taste!
Learn how to use fresh basil in ways you never have! Had your fill of pesto? Enjoy that basil harvest creatively this year by trying one of these 4 recipes!
St. John’s Wort side effects? Like many herbs it has been cast into suspicion. We consider this, its benefits, and give a homemade St. John’s Wort oil recipe.
You can use plantain weed in a poultice for bug bites, splinters, and other skin irritations. You can also put it in your salad and eat it for dinner!
Learning how to make witch hazel gives you assurance of its purity, and it’s very easy to make! Once made, use it as a base in many other homemade solutions.
Using cucumber for acne and other skin blemishes will help clear things up. Read about that and five other surprising, healthy ways to use cucumber!
The raw truth on local honey for allergies. Does it have to be raw, are certain types better than others, how far is local, and a allergy popsicle recipe!
This homemade mosquito repellent is a cream from that keeps me from having to apply both a moisturizer AND a bug spray. It kills two birds with one stone!
Learn how to make rose water so you can use your rose petals to make bath and body products for yourself and to stockpile homemade gifts for the holidays.
This basic homemade mustard recipe is much better than store bought and is perfect as a base for many other recipes. Tip: blend in herbs for a healthy kick!
Children love to explore their environment, so when they discover plants, compile the results in a nature journal so they have a record of what they find!
This mayonnaise recipe is a staple in our home and mayo is tops on my list of “things to never buy at the store again.” Tip: blend in herbs for a healthy kick!
Kale smoothie recipes are all over the Internet. Unfortunately they may be leading you astray. Discover the true secret to a healthy kale smoothie here.
Old recipes come from old cookbooks – and tradition. When did you last read an old cookbook? Today’s cookbooks may be modern, but yesterday’s are timeless!
Learn how to make flower essences, how to use them, and what to use them for. We explain it in depth and present a few good ideas to get you started.