Healing With Herbs, part 7, Guidlines For Brewing Herb Tea


It is far less costly and more satisfying to make your own remedies with homegrown herbs picked right from your garden. You can combine herbs to fit your own needs and tastes and make just the amounts you need. Furthermore, one can guarantee the purity of the herbs since you would know they had not been treated with any toxic chemicals.

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Infusions and Tisanes: Healing With Herbs, Part 6


Commercially prepared herb tea bags contain only about one-seventh (1/7) the amount of herbs per pint of water as fresh from the garden herbs.

Being Green: What Does “Green” Really Mean?


Living Green means making the conscious choice to value the connectedness that we have with the environment. By understanding our daily actions and taking steps to make positive impact on our planet, we become better global citizens and Earth stewards. Simple actions can be the first steps to Going Green… Start by keeping a diary […]

Fish Oil Helps Maintain the Cardiovascular System


The omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil can help protect against cardiovascular disease in healthy people and in those who already have heart disease. Find 3 informative articles below (plus a special tip) on the what’s, why’s and wherefore’s of fish oil.

How to Lose 5 Pounds on a Cruise


I challenge you to take a cruise and lose 5 pounds while you are having a good time!

Are You Overly Acidic? 10 Foods to Add or Deny


Find a list of the top 10 acid and alkaline forming foods you might want to know about for Radient Life!

Long Pepper Comes in Black and White


Today, long pepper is an extremely rare ingredient in European cuisines, but it can still be found in Indian vegetable pickles, some North African spice mixtures, and in Indonesian and Malaysian cooking.