One of the easiest and fastest ways to use herbal medicine is by making a poultice. Here are five beginner poultice recommendations and how to apply them. In a time when we are becoming resistant to modern medicines due to overuse, we should all start turning back to these old remedies for basic medicine.
Having problems sleeping right now? Whether we realize it or not, our sleep needs change with the seasons and sometimes calls for a little bit of naturopathic help to get us through it.
Indoor plants are one of the easiest ways to improve air quality in the home, but there are some plants that are better at this than others.
There are many methods for making essential oils. Most of them are complicated and some of them require expensive equipment or a lot of technical training. The following video below details the extraction process, which is the simplest option for making essential oils at home.
For over 4,000, turmeric has been used to remedy a number of diseases. Here are five life-saving reasons why you should include turmeric in your diet.
Nature provides with everything we need to care for ourselves. This tutorial will give you the information you need to start making your own tinctures.
Marketers have long been capitalizing on our fear of germs to make a buck, but it turns out you’re far better off not using those products, many of which contain chemicals that were banned by the FDA this week.
With so many gifts to offer, it would be wise to take advantage of the dandelions growing wild in your yard.
You’ve definitely heard of endorphins, the feel-good hormones that are released during physical activity. And you’ve probably heard about the head-clearing benefits of meditation, how being mindful can help to combat stress and anxiety. But what you may not have heard about is how combining these two activities (exercise + meditation) has an effect greater than the sum of each part.