COVID 19…herbal support

An herbalist that I was introduced to through my Institute for Integrative Nutrition health coach certification is Andrea Beaman. She is an amazing presenter who became an herbalist and health …

Elderberry and COVID19?

Last year (2019) I had a horrible upper respiratory/sinus infection. I ended up losing some hearing, got pink eye and it took its toll on my energy levels. I vowed …

Want to enhance your immune system?

With the disruption and changes in our “normal” climate along with the faster pace of super bugs and foreign virus’, now is the time to become acquainted with ways to …

That pretty blue flowered…weed?

Have you ever wondered about those pretty blue flowers (or pink, white) on that long stem along the side of the road – could this really be a “weed?” In …

Tarragon…or is that licorice?

The anise flavor is the first taste that I recognize when using tarragon. This subtle taste appears to be well suited for recipes with chicken, fish and vegetables as well …

Connectiveness

Long before the introduction of western medicine, the early civilizations used herbs for both food and medicine. In fact, western medicine has borrowed from these early practices to create some …