Charles Long

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 21:59:28 +0000

5 ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR THE BUDDING HERBALIST by Nina Nelson. She comes from a long line of natural healers and her dad has been running an organic herb farm since she was 5 years old. In this article, she will share what she has learnt along the way.


    Wanna know how to become an herbalist? I'm sharing several paths you can take to get started on this lifelong journey to taking charge of your children's health with herbs!

    Herbs that can help your body get into the meditative state needed for shamanic journeying, psychic revelation, and divination.

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    Learning to make tinctures and liniments is a useful way to preserve and take your herbs, and it can save you a bunch of money. Using tinctures as a way to take your herbs is beneficial because the…

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    Made with some of nature’s wonders, Sea Buckthorn, Licorice, Pumpkin Seed, Foraha, Oregano and Aloe Vera that will absorb and envelop skin to help soften and calm itching, scaling, flaking, and redness.

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    Natural Neosporin // 1/2 cup of organic coconut oil, 1/2 cup of organic almond oil, grapeseed oil, or olive oil, 1/2 cup of the healing herbs (chamomile, calendula, comfrey, lavender, or plantain leaves), 4 tbsp of conscious, organic beeswax, 2 teaspoons of witch hazel, 15 drops lavender or tea tree essential oils (optional)

    Back in the olden days (and even in the not-so-olden past and present homesteading days), a stillroom was a necessity in every rural home. This was a designated space (think a modern-day pantry of