Are you growing herbs? Our readers would benefit from your understanding and expertise. Share your precious knowledge with others who would rather use an herbal tea if it is possible, than take a mediation that causes side effects.
In this economy people would benefit in knowing what to use to protect their children from mosquito bites. Is there an herb or herbal tea that can be used for that?
My favorite gripe, as you may already know, is junk drinks that are loaded with sugars or artificial sugars and sodium. Can you make a suggestion for a safe alternative herbal tea that would be good for small children as well as teens and even adults?
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Herb Recipes and Herbal Syrups
I read this recipe on an herbal site and wrote to the original author of the recipe , Heather, to ask permission to post it here. She agreed and here is …
Growing Herbs! Our Attempt At Caraway
We usually try to grow at least one or two new things in our garden every year. We home-school and feel strongly that real life in the garden is an excellent …
Easy heather tea
Wild heather is very easy to use a a tea. Just pick some fresh, flowering sprigs, give them a quick rinse in cold water and then immerse them in boiling …
Essiac Tea and Cancer
Back in the 90's I recommended Essiac Tea (also known as Cassie's Tea) to the parents of a little boy who was struggling to stay alive while battling neuroblastoma, …
Can You Tell Me about the Health Benefits of Ginger Tea?
I was wondering if you know anything about ginger tea. My son got some and wanted to know the best time to drink it morning or night. Also is it good for …
Herb Society of American Educational Conference and Annual Meeting - Journey To Tea Not rated yet
Journey to Tea is the name Sarah Scarborough's upcoming lecture at the next Herb Society of America Educational Conference and Annual Meeting scheduled …
Herb Gardening and the Thousand Year Flood in Franklin, Tn Not rated yet
I absolutely love growing herbs ... especially for use in crafting. I am continually experimenting with different herbal tea recipes and really enjoy …
Picking Wild Mint and Bergomot to Make My Favorite Herbal Teas, of Course, Dandelion and Lavender Were a Close Second ! Not rated yet
When I was a little girl, we would go out and pick the plants, right out of the woods for our tea. We spent many long hours picking Bergamot right off …
Growing herbs in your garden? Here are a few fresh ideas to use them, and they are not just to make a great cup of tea! Not rated yet
It is the holiday time and I came across this list of ideas to utilize your herbs. Some great gift ideas! 1. Add fresh or dried herbs to holiday wreaths. …
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