2020 Newsletters

If you desire useful information and helpful strategies that promote better health and vitality for you and your family, you’ll want to read these newsletters! We’ll be adding new newsletters as we go along this year, so check back often to the articles Amy Willis, Master Herbalist, and her team have written in 2020.

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Pet Health: Cancer

 My cat has been eating an expensive food that she likes, but she started chewing the fur off of her belly. My first thought was a possible allergy. I went to a pet store and after looking for a high quality cat food, I was frustrated, and asked the clerk, “Which...

Learning by Accident

There are different ways that we learn things.  Book study is needful and good, but learning in real life makes a big difference.  Today, I'll share how I am learning by an accident.          Saturday, October 10th, I broke my fingers.  Our garage door was...

Product Spotlight: CureAll

 Over the years, we have heard good reviews about our CureAll salve.  It is proving to be true to its name.  It can be used for cuts, burns, abrasions, bruises, cuts, rash, and scrapes. Any product is only as good as its ingredients, so here is what CureAll is made...

Healing Herb: Cayenne

  There is a good possibility that your kitchen cupboard contains a spice that could produce miracles.  The hot fruit of the cayenne plant (capsicum annum) may be one of the most valuable medicinal herbs in the plant world.      Historically, it has been...

Healing Herbs: Comfrey

Comfrey is a perennial herb that originated in Asia and Europe. It delves deeply into the sub-soil and is rich in minerals. It has a long record of use, dating back to old herbal texts, "Materia Medica" of 50 AD.   Comfrey has been esteemed as a blood, bone and flesh...