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  • Golden rod vs. Ragweed

    It’s time for our annual chat about the case of the mistaken identity found this time of the year. Our stunning plant ally, golden rod, and a cuss ...
  • Fall Equinox 2022

    This week brings the official start of fall, a farewell to warmer weather in the Northern Hemisphere to make way for fall foliage and all things pu...
  • Passion Flower - Invasive species or Magical herbal

    Passion Flower is highly revered in the herbal community. It is a powerful tool against nervousness, anxiety, and insomnia.
  • Kicking off Eclipse Season 2022

    The Heavens have always fascinated me, as I am sure they do many others. Maybe it stems from my parents' love of the night sky and the beauty the...
  • 6 words to STOP using immediately

    We learned some information from a clinical psychologist a few months ago and it has impacted our lives tremendously. I am sharing it here in a con...
  • Store bought tea bags

    It's time we have sort of an uncomfortable conversation. It's a topic that I have wanted to talk about for a long while now. I have just been waiti...
  • Purple Dead Nettle

    Let's chat about Lamium Purpureum or what is commonly known as Purple Dead Nettle. This is a sweet little "weed" that may be growing in your back y...
  • Elderberry, C0^*D, and Autoimmune Diseases

    Is it safe to take Elderberry Syrup with C0^*D? Is it safe to take Elderberry Syrup with Autoimmune diseases? If these are questions that you ha...
  • Why I do not NOT recommend elderberry syrup stored outside of the fridge.

    Never buy homemade syrup that can be stored outside of the fridge. Why? Read here to find out more.
  • The Truth About Echinacea - Dispelling rumors, safety talk, and some interesting history

    “Our study found no evidence for an effect of echinacea on common cold illnesses,” says Dr. Ronald Turner, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, referring to his 2005 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. For that study, Turner and his colleagues treated people with multiple echinacea formulations made from the roots of the Echinacea angustifolia species. The echinacea supplements did not beat placebo when it came to preventing colds or lessening their severity.