Dear First name / friend, I can feel the sap beginning to flow again… though March is rather early to be feeling spring in Wyoming, it is there in the air. I can hear it in the birdsong through the window as they flutter in the melting pools of snow in the gardens. The seed house feels warm and Sawyer and I have been spending time preparing that space for the growth of plants that will soon ... Read the Post
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It’s Natural NOT to know your Period is coming…
Are you aware that it's not a natural part of our monthly cycles, as women, to have intense emotional mood swings and debilitating pain in our pelvis? We all hear it, and we have accepted it as normal. Cramps that leave you in the fetal position, PMS and to watch out, oh, she must… you know. So many of us have to call into work monthly, because we can barely get out of bed. I ... Read the Post
Are you TRULY taking Vitamin C?
We're told to take vitamin c, quercetin, zinc, and vitamin D this time of year, to increase the efficiency of our immune systems, and steer clear of the colds and flus that circle around our communities. Vitamin C is a potent water-soluble antioxidant that gives the immune system a boost through its increase in T-cell activity, and possible antibody production. Its effects on the immune system ... Read the Post
Astragalus is not an immune herb.
Have you been relying on this herb to eliminate colds and flus, and other seasonal sickness? Do you notice it doesn’t seem to work? Let’s dive into what plants WILL work and why Astragalus doesn’t provide the results you are looking for. The black and white of it all, is Astragalus is not an herb to take for a Boost in your Immune Responses. Astragalus is an herb that promotes a ... Read the Post
Bring Tools to the Festivities of the Season…
Nervous about your digestion during the season of eating, drinking, family, friends and fun? Fear those days when your sluggishness you know came from the rich, heavy meal that you overate the night before? Not being able to say no to the cheese boards, and eggnog that never ceases to flow? I hear you, friends, cheese plates are my downfall and that eggnog??? I make a farm fresh batch ... Read the Post
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Wonderful for my eczema. I also keep this on hand for sunburns.