Natural Health

Fire Cider for Immune Support!

Fire Cider for Immune Support!

Have you ever heard of Fire Cider? It's a traditional folk remedy that has been used for centuries to support the immune system and promote overall wellness. This herbal tonic is made by infusing apple cider vinegar with a variety of herbs and spices, including...

Are you ready to dig?

Are you ready to dig?

Hopefully, you have been growing and harvesting a multitude of herbs over the summer! I hope you have used them fresh and dried some of them for use during the winter months. I've harvested heaps of basil (anti-inflammatory and great for focus, mental fatigue and...

Cleavers – Galium aparine

Cleavers – Galium aparine

Meet Cleavers! The correct botanical name is Galium aparine. We need that botanical name because plants have "nicknames" that vary with culture and geographical area. Some of the common nicknames for Galium aparine are Catchweed, Bedstraw, Cleavers, Stickyweed, Sticky...

Evidently, I can fly!

Evidently, I can fly!

I was doing chores yesterday with two of my grandkids.  We went to the calves field to feed Gloria.  Gloria is very tame, comes when called, loves to have her cheeks scratched.  One day she will grow up to be a milk cow.  One of my younger grandchildren recently got...

Spring Collection!

Spring Collection!

It may not feel like spring but my shop is open with my spring collection! You will find that Spring Breeze (think a spring bouquet!), Gentle Petals (rose and lavender for dry and sensitive skin!) Green Thumbs for all you gardeners (you are growing a garden this year...

She won!

She won!

She won her fight against this virus!  It took a lot of work. It took keeping on top of things.  It took family members being willing to work together and to go in and offer her supplemental support when her provider refused to do so. I took a new doctor who believed...

Going out with a bang!

Going out with a bang!

October is going out with a bang!  My mama will be 95 in December. She fell Sunday but didn't want to go to the hospital so we thought it couldn't be too bad.  Monday was a different story. She couldn't bear any weight on her leg. Off to the hospital we go...and...