Natural remedies, including herbal and essential oil preparations, for the stomach flu.
This is a little different than your average cup of tea. It is a very concentrated, very potent cup of medicine and magick.
Sometimes there is no denying it. You're not just run down. You're not just reacting to the weather. You're sick. Take a rest and drink a cup of hot tea. This tea. It's chock full of herbs that specialize in viral infections like the common cold and the flu and all of the icky symptoms that go along with them. Add in some honey for its addition healing benefits, but with this blend you wont' actually need a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down.
Cold weather and tea go together like...well...colds and tea. This particular blend is all about respiratory care because if there's one thing we've all whimpered out when we're feeling under the weather, it's "I just want to breath!" This blend is one of my family's answer to this dilemma. Because who doesn't love a hot cup of tea?
Conifer and Wild Berry Tonic Syrup is a great way to incorporate bright flavors into the dark days of winter and give your body a boost while you're at it.
Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome (root) is widely used as a folk remedy and flavoring agent. It has a long history as a culinary, magickical, and medicinal powerhouse.
Your first defense for simple illnesses should come at home, usually from the kitchen. Today I'm going to teach you how to make a poultice for coughs and chest congestion.
Spiced Cranberry Jam AKA The Blood of Your Enemies on Toast A simple recipe full of magick and flavor.
You want to talk about simple ingredients with big flavor? A super fast, healthy dinner? A cheap alternative to eating out? Seafood Ramen, y'all.