Cinnamon

Cinnamon is perfect for people who are chilled easily or have diabetes because it helps stimulate the circulatory system. Simmer it like a tea and drink during a bout with a cold, flu, or respiratory infection. Cinnamon Tea is good for digestive and stomach troubles too, making it a perfect after dinner drink. It can reduce inflammation such as arthritis, it can be used as a warming tonic and is often used in topical arthritis rubs. The essential oil provides the heat in a warming liniment to relax tight muscles, ease painful joints, relieve menstrual cramps, and increase circulation.

Spicy Simmering Potpourri Mix equal parts: Dried apple slices, dried orange rind, allspice, broken cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, and cedar chips. Use about 3 tablespoons in a saucepan with two cups water. Simmer on low. Great for simmering on wood stove

Scented Holiday Cards Your Christmas/Holiday cards can be extra special this year by placing 1 drop of any holiday blend on the inside corner of each card. Seal and send as usual. What a nice surprise for the recipient! Some oils to use: Cinnamon, Orange, Clove, and Nutmeg.

Herbs

Lavender

Herbs are plants that may be used for its culinary, medicinal, or fragrant properties. They are a wide group of plants that may be growing anywhere.

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Succulents

Succulent

Succulents are growing in popularity due to the ability to be slightly neglected. They are low maintenance, beautiful flowers and are easy to propagate.

 

Tea

Herbal Teas

Herbal Teas are one of the best ways to end the days of working the garden.

Essential Oils

Essential Oils

A safe and silent way to keep our emotional state balanced is aromatherapy using Essential Oils.

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is a pleasing and natural way to boost both your physical health and your emotional well-being using essential oils.