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Lavender Infused Honey is delicious, but it is not just for eating. It’s also great to have on hand for a first aid and beauty regimen as well!
Bartholin cysts are painful lumps that appear along the labia. Here are a few herbal remedies to help relieve the pressure and discomfort!
Chamomile is a common herb, often taken for stress and fatigue. It can help with more than that, excelling for both internal and external uses.
Part one of an experiment in which I attempt to grow potatoes in various containers.
Everyone knows garlic as the ubiquitous kitchen seasoning that it is, but there are fewer people who realize that they can use this versatile bulb medicinally! One way to combine those two purposes is to make Garlic Infused Honey.
Abundant chickweed is no pest! The useful herb is best harvested in early spring and frozen to use later.
Cranberries are so ubiquitous to fall feasts, why not try something new? Give your next dinner table a bit of zip with a salty, sour, sweet fermented cranberry relish!
Grief is a powerful thing. It is terrible, but necessary. Grief is a mix of many large emotions, and it is a state that we each experience in different ways. It is inescapable – we will each of us grieve at some point in our lives. Grief is the river of tears that carries us…
If you need a quick guide to making all sorts of delicious drinks – boozy or non-alcoholic – grab a copy of Lindy Wildsmith’s “Artisan Drinks.”
Make a sweet, sour, boozy drink with lemon and fresh elderflowers. It’s easy and delicious on its own or in summer cocktails!