Day: November 17, 2019

Rose Petals Face Care

Lovely rose essences do far more than just add their light scent to your products. This fragrant flower helps rejuvenate and replenish skin. Discover how this lush blossom can make your skin feel as velvety soft as a bed of roses. Roses provide these… Continue Reading “Rose Petals Face Care”

Basic Lip Balm

This is my favorite lip balm recipe. You can make it basic or make any changes your wish. Basic Recipe: • 2 tablespoons sweet almond oil or other oil • 2 teaspoons grated beeswax • 1 Vitamin E capsule (400 IU) or 1/4 teaspoon… Continue Reading “Basic Lip Balm”

Mineral Blushes

There’s a lot of interest in natural makeup lately.  I’ve already shared my Plant Powder Foundation, Mineral Eye Shadow, and now I will share my mineral blush recipe. You can get mica in matte or sparkle if you want a little glitter. Ingredients: Arrowroot Powder… Continue Reading “Mineral Blushes”

Plant Powder Foundation

Store-brought foundations have words listed in the ingredients that normal people can’t pronounce. Not to mention what it does to our skin and eyes. This all natural herbal and plant powder foundation is beautifully sheer, but good for your skin too. You don’t have… Continue Reading “Plant Powder Foundation”

Mineral Eye Shadows

There’s a lot of interest in natural makeup lately.  I’ve already shared my Plant Powder Foundation and now I will share my mineral eye shadow recipe. You can get mica in matte or sparkle if you want a little glitter. Ingredients: Arrowroot Powder Mica or Iron… Continue Reading “Mineral Eye Shadows”

Motherwort Tincture

This is one of the tinctures I’m making today.  Motherwort is a favorite of mine and I use it everyday. It has many uses, but these are reasons I use it: cramps heart palpitations nervousness insomnia high blood pressure It’s very bitter, and a… Continue Reading “Motherwort Tincture”

Rose Clay Facial Mask

Rose clay, often referred to as pink clay, is a gentle, natural clay that contains kaolinite. Rose clay is fabulous for most skin types; including sensitive skin. Rose clay provides gentle exfoliation, helps to draw toxins from the skin, helps to increase circulation, reduces… Continue Reading “Rose Clay Facial Mask”

Spa Bath At Home

My favorite way to relax, treat aches and pains, insomnia, and my fibromyalgia, is simple soak in the tub.  But by adding two or three ingredients, they turn my bath in a private retreat. Choose one or more of the following salts and oils… Continue Reading “Spa Bath At Home”

Ginger Syrup

Just the name, Zingiber Officinale promises a great surprise.  But, it’s no secret that ginger works well for motion sickness. But, there’s must more to this rhizome than you think. Ginger is one of the most ancient spices worldwide. It has become well-known for its health benefits, which include its… Continue Reading “Ginger Syrup”

Garlic Onion Honey, Cold and Flu Cough Syrup

Garlic, onion, and honey are a powerhouse of combined healing naturals.  When you feel a sore throat,  cold, runny nose, and body aches coming on, your immune system is probably running on empty.  You can mix up this easy remedy for fast relief. This… Continue Reading “Garlic Onion Honey, Cold and Flu Cough Syrup”

Elderberry Syrup

Elderberries, Herbal Teas, Sage Hill Botanicals, sagehillbotanicals.com

Many symptoms connected to colds and flus are effectively treated with this tiny berry. Coughs, fevers and sinus infections all bow to elder’s healing touch.  This makes elderberry a rare herb as it not only prevents infection but also treats the infection after it’s… Continue Reading “Elderberry Syrup”

Black Nettle Syrup

I make this dark healing syrup for myself, for two reasons.  First, I suffer from anemia.  My iron levels, Vitamins B12 and D are often low.  Second, I have allergies.  Nettles (Stinging Nettles) help both of my problems in one delicious syrup.  And with… Continue Reading “Black Nettle Syrup”

Navel Therapy

Many diseases can be cured through the belly button. It is an amazing fact that putting oil on the navel has unbelievable health benefits. In some countries putting oil in the belly button before going to sleep is considered a tradition. When we put… Continue Reading “Navel Therapy”

37 Herbal Remedies For Colds and Coughs

It’s a fact of life, everyone gets a cold sometimes.  Along with colds comes cough, chest congestion, sinus infection, headache, body aches, stomach aches, and other complaints. You could reach for over the counter drugs, or better yet, try some of the herbal remedies… Continue Reading “37 Herbal Remedies For Colds and Coughs”

Cloves

CLOVES are a pleasant, sweet spice like cinnamon, but have a stronger flavor and a sharp aroma. Whole cloves are the buds of the evergreen clove tree. Stewed fruits benefit from a handful of whole cloves while they are simmering, and fragrant pilafs are made… Continue Reading “Cloves”

Sweet Basil

Basil is available in many varieties.  Choosing which basil to grow and use is the hardest part, but using them is very easy.   There’s cinnamon, dark opal, holy, lemon, lime, spicy bush, purple ruffles, sweet thai and many others to choose from.  But sweet basil is… Continue Reading “Sweet Basil”

Milk Thistle Seeds

Milk thistle seeds has many benefits to the liver! Your liver is what does a great deal of the detoxing in your body and when your liver isn’t in top notch condition, this can affect the whole body. Any detox plan you undertake should always have… Continue Reading “Milk Thistle Seeds”

Chamomile

Scientific Name: Matricaria recutitaCommon Names: German chamomile, Roman chamomile, wild chamomileFamily: Asteraceae-Daisy FamilyPart Used: flower headsProperties:  analgesic , anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, anti-fungal, anti-septic, anti-bacterial, anti-rheumatic, anti-spasmodic, anti-viral, diuretic, sedative Uses:  indigestion, gas, bloating, heartburn, peptic ulcers, to calm nervousness, insomnia, spasms in stomach and muscles, diluted for… Continue Reading “Chamomile”

Cilantro or Coriander

Cilantro is an herb that is never available in dried form, since its pungent flavor and aroma seem to dissipate almost entirely when dried. Sometimes referred to as Spanish or Chinese parsley.  Fresh cilantro is becoming more widely available in produce markets. Cilantro has… Continue Reading “Cilantro or Coriander”