Articles in Essential Oils & Herbs
Being sick is no fun! Here’s what I do to help support my family’s recovery naturally.
Here’s the trick to getting that yucky build-up off of baby’s scalp for good!! Naturally!
Why I love doTERRA Essential Oils in particular and how I plan on using them along with medicinal herbs to help support my family’s wellness.
Catnip is an important herb for anyone looking to treat their family naturally. Here’s what I do with mine, and how you can use catnip yourself.
Learn to grow and use hyssop to treat stubborn coughs and chest congestion. Here’s how…
I was so excited in Spring when I discovered Shepherd’s Purse growing wild all over our property. I decided to put it to good use, and made a tincture to experiment with. Here’s how to make it yourself, and what I’ve observed…
Plantain grows EVERYWHERE, and it’s such a useful medicinal plant. Here’s what I like to do with mine when it’s in all over the yard.
At first glance it looks like another lowly weed. But before you yank it out to toss aside, check out the medicinal benefits of Ajuga (aka Bugleweed).
We enjoy drinking a Vitamin C rich rose hip tea to help boost our immune systems during cold and flu season. It’s all natural, and tastes delicious when sweetened with honey and cinnamon.
Here’s a look into my ever-growing medicinal herb collection, what I have and what it’s good for.
Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States. Hawthorn has proven to be a powerful herb in healing damaged hearts, and preventing heart disease. Here’s how to make a super easy tincture to strengthen and tone the cardiovascular system, and to get you on a road to a healthier heart.
Finally! A cure for my baby boy’s eczema, triggered by an apparent wheat allergy. He’s now 100% eczema free, and is able to eat like the rest of the family!
Here’s an easy herb blend to soak in when you need to soothe a tender sunburn.
Did you know wild honeysuckle has medicinal properties? Here’s one way I use it to treat my family naturally!
Here’s how I naturally replenish my little ones’ bodies when they’ve been sick with the stomach flu.
Here’s how to use a willow tree for mild pain relief as a natural aspirin.