One great beauty/skincare accessory that doesn't get enough credit is the herbal mist spray. Like hand lotion and lipstick, an all-natural herbal mist should be one of your go-to products that you carry with you everywhere. In this article we'll explain the benefits of herbal mists for the skin and face.
Do you have dirt and sun in your backyard? That's all you need to start a medicinal garden that can supply herbal remedies for years to come. Read on for instructions on how to plant powerful medicinal plants that can serve as natural treatments for anything from a common cold to insomnia!
If you haven't boarded the container garden train, it's never too late to start. Winter is the perfect time to try your hand at an indoor herb garden. Herbs fulfill so many needs; they are delicious, nutritious, medicinal, and many of them act as natural air fresheners. By choosing certain versatile varieties, there's no reason not to enjoy fresh herbs all year round. Here are a few ideas to start.
Planting season is not over yet! Don't lose the perfect opportunity to fill your garden with autumn herbs and spices before the the first frost hits. Below we'll go over some of the best herbs and spices to plant in August.
Summer is almost over, but your weight loss plan doesn't have to be. Soon, autumn will set in and with it comes comfort food, family visits, and less time spent outdoors. Get a head start on autumn fitness woes by ramping up your weight loss routine now. Of course, your health comes first, so find slimming solutions that boost your health, such as the all-natural herbal remedies below.
A steaming cup of tea is an image that evokes feelings of comfort and well-being in almost any culture. Europe favors traditional black teas, India has chai, and in South America, they love yerba mate. Besides its aromatic and comforting qualities, however, what can herbal teas do for your health?
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Can you think of an herb that comes as a roll-on, a mist, and a tincture? This common plant can help with arthritis, headaches, digestive ailments, and the common cold, yet most people only consider it a flavor. Have you guessed yet?