Earth Healing & Spirituality

I am a practicing herbalist. I love plants – I feel them. I see them in dreams. Plants heal without injuring the body – short of poisonous plants of course. Herbs and clean food help the body heal naturally and without side effects. How was this all learned by the ancient ones? Why does it… Read More

My top soup recipes

Originally posted on Cooking without Limits:
I love soup. Clear or thick, vegetable or with meat, hot or cold, sweet or sour, soup could be one of the best dish at the table. We serve the soup after appetizers. I made a list with my favorite soups. Lobster bisque – Bisque is a French soup very…

May 17th Wake Up Wednesdays Post

What plays a critical role in how we heal is whether or not we truly want to heal. Each of us creates a state of health in the exact form we subconsciously made up our mind to be worthy of and experience. Yep, the mind heals or harms. Read More

Contemplating Chamomile

In 1598 William Shakespeare wrote, “Camomile, the more it is trodden on, the faster it grows” (Chamomile was spelled that way back then) Chamomile, a herb full of healing properties, is most commonly used as a tea to help cure indigestion, calm the nerves, and when taken with raw honey, soothe sore throats. The focus… Read More

Healthy Breasts – Part 2

 Ways to Nurture Breasts It is difficult for most women to not carry a mental picture in their head and a corresponding feeling in their heart that female breasts are not necessarily a “safe” body part. Women worry about “the scare of breast cancer” probably more than most other illnesses because they generally know someone… Read More

Uh Oh, Colds & Flu!

Cold Season! Mother Nature’s Helpers To The Rescue!   Here’s an interesting folk remedy to ponder. “William Osler was a physician in the nineteenth century.  If a male patient of his got sick with a cold, his recommendation was for him was to go home and place their top hat on top of one of… Read More