It was interesting to go through the web statistics and determine the most popular posts for 2009. Following are the 5 most popular posts for 2009 with a brief summary. If you haven’t had the chance, please click the link and read the entire article. Thank you for reading and visiting A Journey into Herbal […]
This article contains instructions for brewing the perfect cup of green, white, Oolong, black and Rooibos teas. Proper water temperature, tea-leaf volume and steeping time all effect the outcome of tea. Improperly brewed tea can be bitter or flavorless.
Herbal tinctures are alcohol or water/alcohol solutions made from dry or fresh herbs. The alcohol or alcohol/water solution extracts the medicinal constituents out of the plant material. This is a great way of preserving and using herbs. Store herbal tinctures in dark glass bottles away from heat and light. Tinctures remain viable for several years. […]
Coming Soon… RELEASED: A Journey into Herbal & Natural Healing eBook Explore how herbs and other natural methods can enhance health and well-being. Discover how a healthy, holistic lifestyle works to balance mind, body & spirit. This new eBook is based on the herbal & natural healing workshops I teach. Includes herbal “recipes” from Mystic […]
American Herb Association (AHA) The American Herb Association promotes the understanding and ecological use of medicinal herbs and aromatherapy. Membership is open to anyone interested in herbalism and includes a 20-page quarterly newsletter written by well-known, professional herbalists. American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) The American Herbal Products Association exists to serve its members by promoting the […]
Antidepressants are the most common type of drugs that are used in treating depression. Since insomnia is one of the most common symptoms of depression, these drugs are often used to elevate depressive moods and induce sleep. Among the various kinds of antidepressants, SSRI’s are among the latest that are now being used extensively for […]