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19 May By
It is that time of year when temperatures are climbing and we are all enjoying the beauty of nature outside. Two issues we often face in the summer as we sweat more is loss of…
01 Apr By
Roses are found on nearly every continent in a variety of species and cultivars, and have a long history of significant use for medicinal, culinary, and religious purposes in many cultures. A vast number of…
14 Mar By
As a child, a passion for natural remedies was ignited in me by my Grandmother. She was an herbalist in the traditional sense of the word, a woman who knew how to work with nature…
05 Jan By
Several years ago, a friend was having issues with high pain levels caused by Rheumatoid Arthritis. I set out to create an herbal blend for her to help reduce the inflammation and pain. That was…
18 Nov By
In traditional Asian medicine, Astragalus is a star component of many classic herbal formulations. It’s a powerhouse for the immune system but also supports numerous internal organs including the spleen, liver, lungs, respiratory system, circulatory…
03 Sep By
Each month I talk about the health benefits of certain herbs, but what about the actual tea bush (camellia sinensis)? The tea leaf itself is a very powerful herb and tool to use for supporting…
04 Aug By
Consuming caffeine is undoubtedly the most popular way to jump start our day, get a boost of energy, and even sustain ourselves throughout. Many of our customers seek out tea as an alternative to coffee.…
08 Jul By
The golden petals from Calendula Officinalis (also known as marigold) contain high levels of beta carotene and vitamin A and are used for a variety of ailments or conditions of the skin. Because of its…
04 Jun By
Whether you are a social drinker, party animal, or like to have a cocktail in the comfort of your own home, more than likely at one time or another you’ve overdone it and ended up…
09 Apr By
Jasmine has been used to flavor green, oolong and even black teas since it was introduced in China in 206 BC during the Han Dynasty, but it did not become wildly popular until the Qing…
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