Sandalwood species are slow growing parasitic trees related to mistletoe. Their wood is fragrant and will remain ...Continue Reading →
There are 3 recognised species in the myrtle family, common myrtle ...Continue Reading →
Angelica is a lovely name for a girl but it is also a group of 60 species native to sub-arctic and temperate ...Continue Reading →
Given the current level of panic and the despicable practice of some people buying up entire stock amounts to scalp people who actually need these items, I’m sharing an entire chapter of my first book.
I’m writing this during the Covid-19 pandemic. For the majority of us, the infection would be a very mild cough. However, the ...Continue Reading →
Dill is a classic culinary herb ...Continue Reading →
Spearmint is native all over Asia and Europe, it has also been introduced to other continents.The plant grows between 11-39 inches tall ...Continue Reading →
Merry Christmas to all who celebrate! Don’t worry I’m spending time with loved ones. This post and the email were written well in advance and scheduled so I didn’t need to even thing about it. Enjoy!
I believe that many of my readers will be familiar with lemon in the context of food, both the juice and the ...Continue Reading →
You may be reading this because you’ve already seen the topic brought up in a natural living group or mommy group somewhere. Maybe your doctor told you about it. Maybe it’s 2am and you’re just browsing random stuff on the internet, either way it doesn’t really matter because you’re here now. MTHFR is an acronym (short name) for; methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. Fun right? ...Continue Reading →
I have had the intention of making my cat’s food for years but my senior siamese was raised on the cat equivalent of McDonalds. She didn’t come into my life until she was 12yrs old so I wasn’t going to win that battle. Unfortunately she has passed due to cancer but I do have a little kitten to feed. ...Continue Reading →