Most people think of healing herbs as those used in salves, tonics, and teas. They can also be part of entertaining entrees, satisfying side dishes, and even delectable deserts!
This encyclopedic book begins with complete information on how to set up your kitchen so you can become a master of herbal and culinary arts. Then you'll take a fun, A-to-Z walk through Shababy's favorite "cures," including teas and tonics, baths and salves, and delicious foods.
Filled with the author's extensive knowledge of herbalism (she was the publisher of a journal on herbs for six years) and presented with her pleasant wit and wisdom, you'll be amazed to discover that the answers for your sneezes and itches, your stresses and aches, can be found right in your garden. The value of organic, local, and homegrown foods is also revealed.
A soft-edged triangle of arrows, tip to end, forms an endless rotation. More than forty years old, the symbol for recycling is used and known the world over. Practitioners of magic know recycling is by no means a "new" idea. Throughout history many have lived by the mantra of "make it do, use it up, wear it out." Earth-based religions have... read this article