Ancient Chinese tea drinkers began to analyze and interpret the shapes and positioning of the tea leaf remnants in the bottom of their tea cups and noticed something remarkable.
Throughout history, HONEY has been seen as incredibly useful in many different ways—and not just by bringing a little sweetness to our lives.
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.
July brings visions of hanging out by the pool with friends, barbecues and big pitchers of ice-cold iced tea.
We hear it all the time: Eat locally, support your local farmers, and “eat with the season.” Why is this important, and how can we do it? We have so many options in the Valley of the Sun.
Relax in the magical experience of trail riding the desert nights at McDowell Mountain Regional Park (MMRP).
The Hypnotherapy Academy of America, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is excited to announce a special free two-hour class being held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23.
One day I was in the garden gathering some veggies and flowers for our dinner, and I suddenly had a huge bee after me.
I am excited to introduce our new Plant Medicine section, which starts on page 34 and will be featured in every issue.
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.