Growing Medicinal Herbs At Home

Grow your own herbs and teas, right at home. This class explores some of the easiest and most useful medicinal plants

The Medicine Of Making Your Own Cosmetics

I make big quantities of it because it’s really the most miraculous cream ever, and it really helps with both oily or dry skin to level out the essential oils of the skin itself. It’s also great for marks and a natural sunscreen.

Marigolds As A Companion Plant

Why you should be growing marigolds in your permaculture garden By Heather Jo Flores What do you think of when you hear the word marigold? Maybe you imagine those 6-inch-high borders of orange and yellow flowers that your grandmother planted around her rose beds. Did she buy them by the flat, already blooming? Maybe she knew they helped repel insects from the roses. Or maybe she just liked the fact that they were so easy to grow, drought tolerant and cold-hardy, blooming late into the fall, hanging tough through heavy rains to cheer up even the soggiest gardener. When I…

Urban Herbs to Forage in the City! Eat the Weeds!

An overview of the most common and most delicious wild edible plants that you can find in almost every city in the world. Learn more at www.freepermaculture....

Benefits Of Prunella Vulgaris: Self Heal, The Wonder Weed

Learn the benefits of Prunella Vulgaris. Self heal, heal-all, woundwort, heart-of-the-earth, carpenter’s herb, brownwort and blue curls are just some of the names this flower go by.

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HERBALISM Herbalism is the study and practice of botany, ethnobotany, pharmacology, phytochemistry, biology, chemistry, ecology, anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, permaculture, farming, gardening, medicine making, cooking, first aid, community health, counseling, psychology, conservation, restoration, activism, alchemy, history, mythology, allegory, storytelling and for some... witchcraft. With

Emergent Herbalism; Plants, People, And Culture

The cross-cultural use of herbs and herbal medicine has experienced a significant resurgence in the past several decades. This emergent herbalism has become a popular method of alternative medicine as well as a profitable commercial industry.

All Plants are Medicine

We discuss medicinal plants in week 27 of our yearlong #freepermaculture course! Enroll at www.freepermaculture.comVideo transcriptHola, it's me, Heather Jo,...

Ten Medicinal Flowers That I Always Plant In Every Garden

By Heather Jo Flores I am primarily a food gardener, but there are a handful of flowering medicinal plants that I always include in my garden. Not only useful for home remedies, they provide beautiful cut flowers, improve soil and attract beneficial insects. Many of the plants listed here are commonly bred and crossbred to produce ornamental variations, so be sure to note the species and choose the non-hybrid option. Ten Medicinal Flowers to Grow ​Here are my 10 favorite medicinal flowers and some tips on how to grow and use them. Angelica (Angelica archangelica)A tall, self-seeding biennial that smells amazing…

I Moved to the Jungle to Become a 'Contemporary Witch'

We spoke to Sarah Wu, who set up the Village Witches area at Costa Rica's spiritual four-day music event, Envision Festival.

A Guide to Common Medicinal Herbs

Here are some common medicinal herbs. Most herbs have not been completely tested to see how well they work or to see if they interact with other herbs, supplements, medicines, or foods. Products added to herbal preparations may also cause interactions. Be aware that natural does not mean safe.

The Verdant World of a Village Witch — Life is a Festival

Life is a Festival #10: Sarah Wu (Envision Festival) Life is a festival and in Costa Rica they call it Pura Vida.

The bitter conundrum: poison or medicine? | Eugeni Roura | TEDxUQ

Associate Professor Eugeni Roura's research focuses on a flavour that is often unappreciated and misunderstood: bitter. Leading a research team at The Univer...

How To Make Your Own Tinctures

Are you wanting to build up your herbal medicinal cabinet? Here's how to make your own tinctures.

Herbal Elixirs And Infusions

Need any recipes for medicinal herbs? Herbal elixirs involve steeping medicinal herbs in honey or, maple syrup, sometimes combining them with brandy or other alcohol, or fermenting them, such as medicinal meads.

Bringing Nature Inside

Some ideas for improving access to nature connection if you, or someone you are close to, has an illness or disability meaning they find it difficult to be outdoors and need to bring nature inside.

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