Every time you flavor your meals with herbs or spices you are supercharging your food. You can transform something ordinary and bland into something truly extraordinary tasting and good for your body, just by generously adding herbs and spices to your meals or by just adding a tablespoon or two of our condiments which
Burdock Root (Arctium lappa) is one of those abundant, versatile, and beautifully effective herbs that should be in every herbalist’s repertoire. Here in the northeastern U.S. and around much of the globe, Burdock grows anywhere its spiny seed pods land—in fact, its “burs” are so adept at grabbing and holding onto animal hair that their natural design inspired the invention of Velcro! Read more in the blog.
Do you have a really bad migraine? Or many you've got some menstrual cramps? Not to worry - there's an herbal remedy for that. Home remedies that involve the healing powers of these herbs are definitely no joke and can save you from spending needlessly at your local drugstore. The next time you've got any kind of ailment, you'll want to check out this handy infographic courtesy of The Fao of Dana:
Gardening in a climate that has scorching hot summers or sees only periodic rainfall certainly has its challenges. The key to success is choosing the types of plants that are naturally adapted to thrive under those conditions rather than fighting Mother Nature. Here are ten dazzling plants that love hot, dry weather.
Medicinal plants have been used for millennia, and science is just beginning to validate many of their traditional uses. This basic overview of medicinal plants and their use focuses on herbs you can find or