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Arugula - Plant, Care, and Harvest
Why Children Should Detox
Innocuous and effective help to heal any disease or sickness your children may have developed and become plagued with.
The Scientific Power of Meditation
Yoga Poses To Help Alleviate Back Pain
When performed correctly, there are optimal yoga poses that can not only relieve, but prevent, back pain going forward.
What A Wonderful World
Flax seed is a good fiber to take. I would recommend it as a good dietary fiber blend in addition to the beneficial omega oils it contains.
Leeks and Cashew Appetizer
Here’s an easy, crowd-pleasing recipe for a delicious appetizer, ideal to bring along when you’re invited to a party.
Most herbs are easy to grow in your garden or even indoors on a windowsill or in a hanging planter. They are just as easy to dry for long-term storage. Not only are herbs tasty additions to lots of recipes and the basis of teas, rubs, spice blends and more, but many also offer health-promoting and medicinal properties as well.
Anyone preparing for long-term emergencies or just wanting to keep their kitchen well-stocked should consider learning how to dry their own healthful and flavorful organic homegrown herbs.
Shelle Wells at PreparednessMama.com has posted a helpful guide for drying herbs using several different techniques. And as she points out, regular harvesting is good for the plants and will provide a steady supply of herbs for storage.
Greetings, do you know of a book that I can purchase that list each organ(main organ) and the emotions it houses. Do you have an article on this subject that I'm unaware of?
Not really, though individual books cover the subject. Check out "Heal Your Body" by Louise L. Hay. She doesn't really deal with the organs, but she deals with the diseases and if you learn the various diseases of certain organs, you can learn the emotions connected with the organ.