All parts of the dandelion can be used including the flower, stems, leaves, and root. That has medicinal benefits. You can cook the leaves up like you would collard greens. I was told stories that my Paw Paw used to make dandelion wine. The root can be used as well in teas and tonics like in Release Rise & Shine Tea.
I often feel anxious about what is going to happen next and sometimes miss the NOW! Is there something you have fear and anxiety about that is holding you back or delaying your next? Are you ready to let it go and heal?
The color green makes me think of spring and all of the wonderful possibilities and opportunities awaiting me. Ever noticed if you bring a small live plant into your office cubicle how it lifts the space? That same energy and intention can happen with us using green tea. Green tea has so many benefits to include improving your mood, memory, focus, and fat burning. Consume green food, green tea, surround yourself with green colors, plants, nature, jewelry like jade, a green agate, or emrald and fill your thoughts with love for yourself and others.
Many do not like to take the harsh medications that are prescribed for sleeping problems. But we can turn to plant technology as a safer way to alleviate symptoms and stress. Now you know I’m a rootworker; I like to get to the root of the matter and I work with roots – ginger root, turmeric root, dandelion root, etc. First things first, discover what is the root cause of the sleep issue. Is there a change in work schedule, life schedule, or overwhelming stress? There are herbal sleeping treatments that can help a person release stress, rest, and relax. To read about my 3 favorite herbs to release stress, relax, and get a good night's rest.
It’s spring, one of my favorite times of year. I love hearing the birds sing melodic songs like a heavenly choir and watching the flowers bloom. But for those with seasonal allergies, it’s hard to enjoy the beauty when your eyes are running or itching and you are sneezing constantly! Since I am a naturalista I have to look to the herbs and plant technology. 5 natural things to get through allergy season: turmeric, ginger, green tea, Release & Relieve tea, essential oils...