Emesis ****This is a post about emesis, so consider this your warning. I’m going to keep this log short because if I am going to admit that I am in the throes of one of my recurring symptoms :: vomiting. Apparently I am a sucker for “bad” gut bacteria that just won’t quit. I love… Continue reading Emesis
I have been enamored with companion planting ever since I started observing and building permaculture designs. The attraction and repelling properties that plants have on each other is so difficult to detect to humans. A lot of the times you cannot see the effects that a parsley or yarrow plant will have on a tomato… Continue reading 7 Sisters :: Buckwheat
Tea of the day :: Calendula – horsetail – seaberry – joe pye weed – corn silk – fireweed Nephros- Pertaining to the kidneys, and essentially the urinary system. Kidney days The urinary system is composed of the kidneys, the bladder, ureter, and urethra. The supradrenal glands sit on top the kidneys on each side… Continue reading Nephros
Spoilage occurs mainly due to the high water content inherent in the structure of plants laid in oil. Using jars that have not been cleaned thoroughly or improperly cared for also provokes spoilage in the steeping process. You can check on your herb periodically by opening the jar, checking for mold and letting out any… Continue reading The Spoils
calendula is an absolute pleasure of a flower. resilient, resinous the longest blooming flower in our garden, it persevered through our november snows seems rather indicative of its healing properties – for irritated, ‘wet’ wounds and scratches.