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Make the most of your herb garden and use your herbs in new ways. Try cooking, decorating, and drying herbs for a new spin on your harvest. | Fix

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A herb garden is a perfect solution for beginner gardeners. Learn how and when to harvest your outdoor or indoor herb garden, and how to use your herb bounty in your home!

A brand new Herbal Membership program launches -- From beginner to seasoned herbalist, the information inside The Herbarium walls will enrich and inspire your herbal studies. Whether you are new to herbalism or have been studying for many years, the tools you will find here will both help you begin your studies AND make them rich. Each section of the website will be growing with you, so start from the beginning and learn with us as we share and build our collection of herbal resources…

A brand new Herbal Membership program launches -- From beginner to seasoned herbalist, the information inside The Herbarium walls will enrich and inspire your herbal studies.

Are you new to the world of herbalism, or do you already have some working knowledge of using herbs for food and medicine? Have you always wanted to learn how to work with herbs for wisdom and healing, but never seem to find time to attend a class?

The Intermediate Herbal Course is an online self-paced apprenticeship for distant learners of herbalism. Learn formulation and study herbs for body systems.

PlantsThatHealWounds

A mosquito bite, a sting, or a small cut that you get outdoors can be painful. Luckily, there are plants that can help you with that pain. These plants are also very useful on the

How to Make Herbal Vinegar by the Herbal Academy

Making herbal vinegars from flowers and culinary herbs is an easy gardening craft and a great way to use fresh plants for salads, marinades, and cooking.

The lovely Bee Balm! Learn about 4 ways to enjoy this amazing plant. From skin care and a tasty addition to recipes in the kitchen to a beneficial herbal remedy and a tasty cup of tea, there is something here for everyone to enjoy!

4 Ways to Use Beautiful Bee Balm on the Homestead – Natural Health

Ayurvedic skin care system is thousands of years old. In Ayurveda, the traditional healing system from India, skin care is based on dosha.

No more wilting, wasted herbs! Learn how to preserve herbs with these 5 simple methods and have pre-made, fast flavor at your fingertips.

How to preserve herbs: 5 quick and easy methods

Use your microwave To dry herbs Place washed and de-stemmed herbs on a microwave-safe plate and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Repeat until the moisture is gone and the leaves are crunchy.

How to grow nettles in your home garden, plus how to use this nourishing herbal food and medicine // Blog Castanea

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How to grow nettles in your home garden, plus how to use this nourishing herbal food and medicine (page also has info on bergamot)

There are a few simple mistakes that many herb newbies make (and I know, because I made most of ’em myself). Master these simple and practical tips for herb gardening and you’ll be using your own fresh herbs like Mario Batali in no time.

There are a few simple mistakes that many herb newbies make (and I know, because I made pi po most of ’em myself). Master these simple and practical tips for herb gardening and you’ll be using your own fresh herbs like Mario Batali in no time.

Grow your own greens. I saw this earlier on Pinterest and thought id give it a try. The celery is about a week, Carrots are 3 days {started from dead tops, so I happy with it}, leeks are a week, slow but exciting, and bok choy I started first, small but well what do you do! Have fun trying out all kids of veggies :)

Grow your own greens. Celery is about a week, Carrots are 3 days {started from dead tops, so I happy with it} Leeks are a week

Elecampane, an herbaceous perennial in the Aster family, grows in fields and pastures and along roadsides and fencerows, preferring moist ground. It has a long history of use as a tonic herb for the respiratory system. It's warming and clearing to the lower respiratory system, effectively expelling congestion and stuck energy. It also soothes the tissue irritation and inflammation that results from coughing. (From The Herbarium Monographs)

Learning About Herbs can be simple with the right tools. The Herbal Academy of New England has a great database for learning about herbs and their use.

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