Low Fat Vegan Recipes
Cinnamon Vanilla Apple Chips
These chips are the perfect anytime snack but especially so for the fall with the warm and comforting flavors of cinnamon and vanilla.
The Washington Football Team
How To Start Running
The best way to start running, even for highly active people, is to start with a run/walk program.
Nubian Skin Behind the Scenes Video
Ice Cream Anyone?
The list of additives in ice-cream sounds like a science project.
The Dangers of Eating Meat!
Contrary to popular belief, meat is not an essential part of the human diet.
Fuel Your Runner's Bones with Calcium-Rich Plant-Based Snacks
Animal protein is much more likely to cause calcium loss than plant protein.
Common Name: Rosemary – Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis. Energetics: Warm, dry. Taste/Impression: Aromatic, spicy, diffusive, slightly astringent and slightly bitter. Action: Aromatic, circulatory stimulant, stimulant/relaxant nervine, stimulating diaphoretic.
Hello again, I hope you have been enjoying our herbal health posts here! I've been busy preparing for our HerbFolk Gathering, while doing my best to keep up with the gathering and preparation of our native medicinal plants for our family's yearly use. Now I'd like to share with you an excerpt from one of my articles in our book The Plant Healer's Path, and introduction to the ever lovely Rosemary!
This is one of my partner Elka's very favorite plants, and I think she could live, breathe and swim in it and be very happy. We have rosemary butter, rosemary-infused olive oil, rosemary salve, rosemary tea, rosemary tincture, rosemary lotion, rosemary smudge, rosemary rubbed meat and all manner of other rosemary-flavored dishes and body products. Thankfully, Rosemary is a common ornamental and culinary garden plant in NM and can be gathered in most villages and cities. This is good, because it's cold enough in the canyon that our rosemary tends to struggles and grow very slowly. We do have one little plant gifted to us by a woman from Taos that is thriving in the shelter of our kitchen door. It’s growing round and tall, and each Summer presents us with gorgeous purple flowers for months at a time. Every time I walk from the den to the kitchen I stop to rub my fingers against a resinous, leathery leaf and breathe in the magic of this warm, spicy herb. Even on the coldest days of winter, it’s gentle presence fills me with an inner glow of contentment and joy.
For the last couple of years or so my hair has been really falling out when I comb it or wash. Could it be the showerhead in the tub because we both wash our hair with that same showerhead? HELP
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