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Healing in the Garden

Gardening is good for the body and soul. If it weren’t obvious already, scientific research is finding interesting conclusions about the health benefits of playing in the dirt and connecting more with nature.

The Power of Tea

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different teas available on the market. Which is the best? It depends on how tea is being defined, and the purpose for choosing the drink.

Introduction to Plant Medicine

War has been declared on the opioid epidemic, and, at long last, Americans are realizing that they’ve been overmedicated for too long. There are alternative healing options available, and the awakening is happening across the country.

Earth Day Spotlights Species

This year, the Earth Day Network (EDN) is asking people to join its Protect Our Species campaign to raise awareness of the crucial roles that plants and animals play in the ecosystem and the current threats faced by many of them.

Sanctuary Abode:

Home is the foundation from which people draw their strength and tranquility.

Essential Oils for the Holidays

Aromatherapy is also an effective way to help ward off depression and anxiety, which often occur this time of year.

Reader Bee-ware, You’re in for a Scare:

It is hypothesized that flowering plants first evolved at least 140 million years ago, but, more importantly, the first pollinating bees co-evolved with these flowered friends.

How to Replace Your Laundry Detergent with a Berry from the Rainforest

This may sound crazy, but it’s actually a very easy and effective swap to make! These berries grow in warm, temperate to tropical regions and are a part of the lychee family, Sapindaceae.

Feng Shui Your Home to a Healthy Life

Phoenix's North Seventh Street: Healthy, Green Living Options Galore