The Kids Garden Community – KidsGardening

Join a growing community of educators, families, and volunteers bringing the joys of gardening to kids! For years, we’ve been wanting a way to connect YOU with like-minded garden educators and families to learn, share, and grow together. Now we have it! Learn more! The Kids Garden Community is a new FREE online community we’ve created for you in collaboration

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Arnica as a First Aid Medicine

Arnica has a long history of use for injuries wherever it grows. It has a long history of use by Native Americans. Many of the ways it is currently employed are derived from European traditions, where it is still commonly used. Our current usage is very similar to its historical use for injuries. Arnica has historically and traditionally been used

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DIY Recipe of the Month: Herbal Spring Tincture • The Organic Alcohol Company

Organic Alcohol Company (OAC) was founded in 2001 to provide high-proof Organic Alcohol with herbalists in mind. Our founder, an herbalist himself, saw the need to provide an alternative to other conventional ethanols on the market. Focusing on high quality and healthful medicines is still something our whole team values. We regularly purchase products from our local herbalist customers, not

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The Anti-Infectious Medicinal Properties of Propolis | DonnieYance.com

What is Propolis? A resinous material produced by honeybees from plant exudates, propolis is valued in traditional herbal medicine for its immune modulating and anti-microbial effects. The word “propolis” is rooted in the Greek language and means ‘defense for’ (pro) ‘the community’ (polis), which refers to the beehive. Bees use propolis to construct and restore their hives. Propolis forms a

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Coming soon: The Future of Frankincense — Global Frankincense Alliance

GFA-workshop-invite-FINAL2 Monday, March 15th, Wednesday, March 17th, Thursday, March 18th, 2021 1pm – 4pm GMT each day ‘What are the most important questions that need to be answered and actions that need to be taken to ensure the long-term future of Frankincense trees and the communities that harvest them?’ Tell us what yo Source: Coming soon: The Future of Frankincense

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Florida Herbal Conference

Though winter snows continue to fall here in the Northeast, we are daring to dream of Spring, flowers, and new gardens filled with beauty and fragrant, healing herbs! For more inspiration, exciting workshops, deepening your understanding of the green world, great music and marvelous fun connecting with herbalists around the world ~ head on over to the Florida Herbal Conference site! Emily

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Happy Valentine’s: Turkish Rose: A Review of the History, Ethnobotany, and Modern Uses of Rose Petals, Rose Oil, Rose Water, and Other Rose Products

Rose is a common name given to the thorny shrubs and climbing vines of the genus Rosa in the Rosaceae family. More than 100 Rosa species have been recorded throughout the world. Because rose is a popular garden plant, it is virtually impossible to determine the number of currently existing cultivars. The Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands identifies 24 Rosa species growing in

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COVID-19 Vaccines, Variants, Immune Health and Traditional Medicine Use Across the Globe | DonnieYance.com

In the aggressive response to the global health emergency, many are having a hard time trying to find reliable data to effectively address a host of concerns about the virus itself, as well as the short and long-term risks associated with the new vaccines (currently Moderna and Pfizer), especially due to their origins (mRNA), potential adverse effects, and whether or

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