Foods That Help Ease PMS

By |May 19th, 2016|

PMS or “premenstrual syndrome” refers to a group of symptoms experienced in the days leading up to a woman’s period. It can last for a few days or for a few weeks. Many factors can contribute to PMS, but there are also beneficial foods that help ease the physical and emotional discomfort that accompany […]

How To Grow Your Own Deep Stress

By |May 10th, 2016|

Nothing beats growing your own herbal remedies: it is satisfying, fun, and saves a lot of money, but choosing and obtaining medicinal herb seeds can be a challenge. With WishGarden’s new herbal seed blends, it’s easy to grow an herbal apothecary, right in your own backyard!
Deep Stress Seed Blend combines three effective and easy-to-grow […]

Foods To Soothe Allergies

By |April 24th, 2016|

Spring is here! Unfortunately, this verdant season is not so joyful for those of us who suffer from seasonal allergies. This spring, try using food to soothe your allergy discomforts! Below we’ve listed a number of foods (recipes included) that can support a healthy histamine response to pollen and flowering plants — and they’re […]

The Secret To Getting Children To Take Herbal Bitters

By |April 18th, 2016|

Herbal “bitters” are gaining popularity these days among adults, and it’s no wonder why. They’re a great way to support one’s digestive health.

They’ve not only been found to help stimulate digestion, but they’re a great way to increase the amount of prebiotics in one’s diet and support healthy bowel function, too.

But, no matter […]

The Benefits of American Ginseng

By |April 4th, 2016|

Ginseng is easily one of the most famous herbs with a long and rich history. When people talk about ginseng, they are almost always referring to the Asian species, Panax ginseng. While this is a wonderful medicinal plant, we are lucky to also have a ginseng species that is native to North America.

American ginseng, […]

Protecting Your Spring Seedlings

By |March 24th, 2016|

It’s an exciting moment when you spot tiny green shoots popping up in your seedbed. But you are not the only one who is delighted to see your new seedlings — birds, squirrels, slugs and a whole host of other garden inhabitants all enjoy a freshly sprouting snack and they can work their way […]