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What are Dandelion Blossoms good for?

Dandelion Blossom Syrup is a tried-and-true, best-selling recipe that I’ve borrowed from my favorite herbalist Susun Weed. In her book, Healing Wise, she mentions the specific ability of dandelion blossoms to freshen tired skin and lift the spirits. 561 more words


Dandelion Blossom Syrup tastes just like honey

Dandelions may just be the best source of easy, seasonal, and amazing nutrition around. Look under your feet and you have a powerhouse “superfood” right at your disposal. 303 more words


Ablation, Shhh, Things We do Not Talk About

by Paula M. Youmell, R.N.

Ablation is removal of material from the surface of an object by vaporization, chipping, or other erosive processes.  (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ablation… 489 more words


3 Nettle recipes to tantalize your tongue

I can’t get enough nettle into my life. It is good for so many things: strengthening kidney function, mellowing-out over worked adrenals, it even brightens my skin and strengthens my hair! 735 more words


"Juliette of the Herbs": A Beautiful Film

If you enjoyed that clip, the whole film can be watched here, on the filmmaker’s page.  I watched it last night, and was moved by this portrait of the remarkable, utterly individual Juliette de Bairacli Levy, a majorly original and influential British herbalist. 214 more words

Short Films

Autumn in the village - Plantain

Plantain, I was looking for her and here she was.

“Plantain leaf ointment is my favorite way to counter stings, stop itches, heal wounds, and relieve pain.” …

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Herbs & Spices

Marinated Watermelon Salad

It sounds an interesting recipe. I’ve eaten watermelon with feta cheese for dinner but never went so far by adding it to a salad or even leaving it to cook in raw olive oil overnight. 36 more words