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Sweet dreams are made from chamomile.

If you’ve ever drunk herbal teas, chamomile is likely to be one of the first varieties that you tried, with its fruity, apple-like flavour. A member of the daisy family, chamomile is best known for it’s soothing, sleep-inducing properties.  695 more words

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5 Essential Oils To Stop Spring Allergies

Allergies affect people all-year round, triggering unwanted symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes. Most allergies can be treated with over-the-counter drugs. However, medications may not be effective enough to stem allergic reactions. 17 more words

Understanding Aromatherapy Scents (Part 1)

Chamomile and Lavender: Making Sense of Scents

These two soothing herbs, chamomile and lavender, share many of the same properties, yet are also distinctly individual. Let’s break down each herb by their scent, properties, and uses to better understand how they can benefit us. 511 more words

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CO2 Extracts for Aromatherapy

Watch out essential oils – there’s a new kid in town. Okay, CO2 extracts aren’t entirely new, but they are gaining in popularity and are more readily available. 410 more words

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Packets of hope: Chamomile

Drizzle

fairy dust and

April rain, dream white stars

with golden hearts, entice

scents of yellow teas,

seduce and dream

sweet chamomile.

I’m planting German chamomile seeds for the first time this year.   45 more words

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Bath Time Recipes

Just like human shampoo, pet shampoo is loaded with chemicals. If you are looking to make your own dog shampoo, here are my recipes for both liquid and dry cleansing. 406 more words

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