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A Tasty Way to Detox

A Tasty Way to Detox

It is a great time to detox before the winter, so we are spotlighting our Detox Tea! Detox TeaDrinking Detox Tea is a simple way to detox your body. It is not only delicious, but it can take the place of coffee and tastes similar to Chai tea. Delicious hot with cream...
Do You Like Smoothies?

Do You Like Smoothies?

This week we are sharing some of our delicious and nutritious smoothie recipes! Smoothie TimeIt’s always the right time to have a smoothie! They are an excellent way to get nutrients into your diet, especially if you do not eat enough fresh fruits and...
A Mother of an Herb!

A Mother of an Herb!

This week we are spotlighting Milk Thistle, a “Mother of an Herb” because of its impressive healing properties, strength, and beauty! Milk ThistleIronically, this spikey thistle has many amazing healing properties, including: supporting liver health and...
Healing Herb: Fennel

Healing Herb: Fennel

Although Fennel is mainly used for flavor, it has some impressive medicinal uses as well.        About FennelFennel, Foeniculum vulgare, is a flowering plant species in the carrot family. It is a hardy perennial herb with yellow flowers and feathery leaves.  It is a...
Tea Time

Tea Time

TEAS are a great way to take in herbs with all their health benefits.  Most teas can be enjoyed hot or cold.  Several of our teas make excellent cold drinks.  In fact, my daughter, Rebekah has been enjoying our Good Morning Brew cold with ice and cream.  She calls...
Healing Herb: Pine

Healing Herb: Pine

The Pine tree has remarkable properties and promises help for present needs.     Historically, pine has been used for many different aliments and especially lung issues.  Presently, Pine needle tea is being reputed as helpful for Spike proteins and C—d.  In fact...
Healing Herb: Ginger

Healing Herb: Ginger

Ginger is not only a tasty spice, it is a wonderful medicinal herb as well. As the weather cools and we start enjoying hot spicy treats such as, apple cider and pumpkin pie, understanding some of the herbs used in these tasty treats will help us value them more. One...
Identifying Herbs

Identifying Herbs

Herbs are mainly classified for two uses: nutritious and medicinal.  Some herbs do both such as garlic, alfalfa, nettle, beet root, and such.  There are many great herbs in our own back yard that could be used, IF we knew about them and could identify them.      Here...
Strengthen Your Immune System

Strengthen Your Immune System

This is a continuation of the series on our Immune system.  I have talked about what the immune system is and how it works, then I discussed what weakens our immune system, now I will talk about how we can strengthen our immune system. Include reducing your sugar...
Tea Spotlight: Stress Ease Tea

Tea Spotlight: Stress Ease Tea

It has been a rough year since Covid hit it, and most of us probably have some stress in our lives.  It is comforting to know that God has provided us with herbs that help.  Today, I will talk about our soothing Stress Ease Tea.         The herbs in this tea help to...
NEW Products: Hemp Skin Care

NEW Products: Hemp Skin Care

  As we adjust to this year’s challenges, we hope to move foreward and help even more people on their path to Health and Vitality. Today, I want to introduce you to some great NEW products. Dr. Herb-al ProductsThese products are made with naturally grown...
Healing Herb: Ginger

Healing Herb: Ginger

  In cold weather, it is satisfying to enjoy hot spicy foods, such as apple cider, pumpkin pie, and ginger cookies. Understanding some of the herbs used in these tasty treats will help us value them more. One great warming and soothing herb that we often use...
Update on Broken Fingers

Update on Broken Fingers

  Some weeks ago, I shared my experience of how I broken two of my fingers.  It has been 7 weeks since the accident, so today, I will give an update of my recovery.       After the initial accident, I started taking extra Complete Tissue and Bone internally.  I...
Product Spotlight: CureAll

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

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

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,...
Tea Spotlight: Headache Tea

Tea Spotlight: Headache Tea

This tea is delicious and effective.  It is a simple combination of peppermint, sage, and catnip.  Historically, these herbs are known to help with pain.  But you don’t have to have a headache to enjoy this delicious tea.  It is safe for children and delicious...