Make your own smudge stick - also includes list of herbs that can be used and their meaning

Make your own smudge stick - also includes list of herbs that can be used and their meaning

I enjoy using tinctures because they work quickly, are convenient, easy to use, and they last a long time. Making your own tinctures is really quite easy once you get started, and ordering dried herbs in bulk means you can save money as you build your home apothecary. This homemade herbal sleep tincture recipe is a wonderful way to quiet a busy mind, unwind from stress, and enjoy peaceful sleep.

I enjoy using tinctures because they work quickly, are convenient, easy to use, and they last a long time. Making your own tinctures is really quite easy once you get started, and ordering dried herbs in bulk means you can save money as you build your home apothecary. This homemade herbal sleep tincture recipe is a wonderful way to quiet a busy mind, unwind from stress, and enjoy peaceful sleep.

NYT Cooking: The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which means “safe, whole, healthy.” In ancient times, sage was viewed as a medical cure-all, at once a diuretic, an antiseptic and a tonic for digestive disorders, liver trouble and headaches; small wonder the plant maintained a premier spot in the herbal apothecary throughout the Middle Ages.<br/><br/>Of solid character a...

NYT Cooking: The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which means “safe, whole, healthy.” In ancient times, sage was viewed as a medical cure-all, at once a diuretic, an antiseptic and a tonic for digestive disorders, liver trouble and headaches; small wonder the plant maintained a premier spot in the herbal apothecary throughout the Middle Ages.<br/><br/>Of solid character a...

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