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  • Winterizing Your Herbs

    Bringing Herbs Indoors Ah summer. Wasn’t it great? My favorite thing of course is all the plants. And having fresh herbs available any time. Some people bring in some culinary plants so they can cook with fresh herbs, but how great would it be to bring in some of those tea herbs so you can make a steamy cup of tea with a blend of your fresh herbs Remember when using fresh herbs instead of dried, you will need twice as much.

  • Creating Your Herb Garden

    each side, some kind of statue, or herb or fruit tree in the middle as a focal point and neat herb hedge Here’s a list of some common herb garden themes: ~Culinary garden ~Italian herbs ~French herbs ~Salad herbs ~Salsa Herbs ~Medicinal ~ Cold and flu herbs ~ Cuts and burns herbs ~Pain management herbs ~ Tea herbs ~Herbs of the Bible ~Shakespearian herbs ~Moon garden (herbs and flowers that are white, silver Stay tuned for articles about how to harvest your herbs and harvesting your own seeds from your herb

  • Herbs of the holidays

    Many of these stories and legends of miraculous herbs and plants were folded into new Christmas stories traditions started, or the very real medicinal benefits of these holiday herbs, plants and oils. Sage, rosemary and thyme are the true herbs of winter, not only in the kitchen but as herbal medicines Sage has excellent antibacterial and astringent properties, which explain the herbs effective use in Several herbs are appropriate for small live Christmas trees.

  • Creating your own herb garden

    each side, some kind of statue, or herb or fruit tree in the middle as a focal point and neat herb hedge Here’s a list of some common herb garden themes: ~Culinary garden ~Italian herbs ~French herbs ~Salad herbs ~Salsa Herbs ~Medicinal ~ Cold and flu herbs ~ Cuts and burns herbs ~Pain management herbs ~ Tea herbs ~Herbs of the Bible ~Shakespearian herbs ~Colors ~Warm colors-Red, orange, yellow ~Cool colors Stay tuned for articles about how to harvest your herbs and harvesting your own seeds from your herb

  • Backyard Medicine

    Some of these herbs were referred to as pot herbs and were grown in a pottager garden. Other herbs were made into teas, plasters, poultices and salves. Plantain~Plantago major~ This is a great little (less than 6” tall) herb for any insect bites or bee Lambs quarters~Chenopodium album~ When young, these make great salad and vegetable herbs. Some people pickle Burdock, and herbalist use it as a detoxifying herb.

  • Basics of Basil

    With upset stomachs, gut health problems, to other digestive issues, Basil is one herb to add to as many basil-essential-oil Aurora’s Relief Roll On: https://www.aurorasapothecary.com/product-page/hemp-roll-on Herb /herb-blend-seasoning

  • Tea, tea, the magical drink...

    When you are making medicinal herbal tea, it is best to use a ratio of 1 tablespoon of herbs to 1 cup it may not have great tasting herbs in it, so you can always add good tasting herbs into it. loose tea from an herb shop. portion, so how much of those medicinal herbs are you actually getting? herbs.

  • Time to relax with Nervines

    This is where Nervine herbs fit into our life. Nervines Relaxants are herbs that work on the nervous system and lend a relaxing feel to the body be The most common use of nervine herbs is to help with insomnia. Another is to calm Anxiety. rest without the herb. Here is a list of Nervine Herbs from strongest to weakest with helpful tips about them.

  • More about Mugwort

    *Mugwort is mentioned in the Nine Herbs Charm, a 10th-century English rhyme of beneficial herbs.

  • Thoughts on Tomes

    That leaves the potted herb garden and the medicine plot. So now, what the heck do I plant? THE HERB GARDENER'S ESSENTIAL GUIDE was the book that answered that very question for my herbs. If I can find herbs WITH good health benefits, why not plant loads of them? She preemptively answers and describes issues a certain herb may have and tells you how to be proactive -Rebecca Book link for purchase: https://www.aurorasapothecary.com/product-page/herb-gardener-s-essential-guide