Seven Ways To Increase Happiness In Your Life

By |April 14th, 2020|

Can cultivating happiness actually make you healthier?
According to well-established research on the connection between the mind and body, the answer is a resounding Yes! Research in the field of psychoneuroimmunology indicates that our mood and life outlook has a significant impact on our physical health. Reduced happiness not only results from poor health, but […]

Managing Sinus Issues

By |March 26th, 2020|

Sinus issues run rampant across the U.S. at this time of year.  Your sinuses may be dripping or congested, you feel sick, and it may be because of allergies or food intolerances or both. What is the purpose of sinuses, anyway?
The sinuses have a number of purposes.  To start, there are four sets of […]

An Herbal Treat For Your Furry Friends

By |April 3rd, 2019|

It can be all too easy to take the health of our canine and feline companions for granted until something goes wrong. Because they have no way of coming out and telling us when they aren’t feeling well, it often isn’t until something is very wrong that we humans finally take notice.  And while […]

Sleep Strategies for Pregnancy

By |February 15th, 2019|

Most mothers experience some degree of difficulty sleeping during pregnancy, particularly in the first trimester when progesterone levels rise, and again in the third trimester when the belly is more pronounced. The physical and emotional demands of pregnancy can leave a mother feeling extremely fatigued. Between frequent trips to the bathroom, indigestion, nausea, anxiety, […]

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    Interview with Juli Burdette, WishGarden Ambassador of the Month

Interview with Juli Burdette, WishGarden Ambassador of the Month

By |February 19th, 2018|

Hi Juli, congratulations on recently being named WishGarden’s Ambassador of the Month. Can you tell us a little about yourself?
First off, thank you so much for this recognition. I’ve been a silent and passionate ambassador of WishGarden’s products since we began seeing them here in Arizona years back. It’s an honor to support your […]

Milky Oats

By |December 29th, 2017|

Avena sativa, otherwise known as the “common oat,” is the same plant that provides us with oatmeal, but the fresh version of this herb is quite different. In the young, green, “milky” stage when the immature oat seed is fresh and moist, the plant offers a unique quality as a trophorestorative — an excellent tonic/food for […]