Blogs and Herb News
The “Our Blog” section is designed to offer articles that highlight a particular herb or plant and put them in the spotlight for a week or two. During that time, all are invited to share their stories and beliefs regarding the healing or medicinal properties of that plant, root, herb or berry. We will try to feature a new adaptogen every week or two and to keep the discussions useful. We encourage you to leave comments with meaningful information that will help others understand the potential for a cure of an ailment or malady. Please no comments just for the sake of dropping your link. If you don’t have something to contribute that is on topic, I won’t post the comment. Thanks and enjoy!
Herbs for Flea Control
June 04, 2013
As public opinion leans away from the use of pesticide, the employment of natural solutions is being looked at much more carefully. Poisons are everywhere including, sprayed on the food we eat, in the soil of...
Frankincense to Treat Cancer?
December 22, 2012
Everyone knows the story of how upon the birth of Jesus, wise men brought gold, frankincense and myrrh. Back then, [[frankincense]] was used to make a perfume or to burn as incense. Since then, there have...
Christmas is Full of Ginger
December 20, 2012
With Christmas right around the corner, it makes you wonder what some of the history of herbal uses for the holiday. Many herbs have been associated with Christmas, the most prominent of which is ginger. ...
December 18, 2012
With all the speculation about predictions concerning the Mayan Calendar and prognostications from Nostradamus, one must ask themselves the question… What happens after?
One of the reasons I like to run this...
Uses for Catnip
December 15, 2012
Some cats are crazy for catnip while others don’t care a thing about it.
I have catnip growing wild on my property and have on several occasions tried getting my two cats interested in it. No luck.
Evening Primrose Will Cheer You Up
September 20, 2012
A beautiful flower that stays open all night, Evening Primrose, has been used for centuries as an anti-depressant. It has traditionally been concocted in the form of a tea and administered orally. Now, with...
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