On a rainy day when you just don’t feel like you can get out of bed, a mug of hot chocolate is that little something that will make you feel better. But when you add homemade marshmallows in that same mug, the deliciousness increases ten times, making your drink
A mug of hot tea in the winter in front of the fireplace – does that say relaxation or vacation? Or maybe both? Chai tea is what you will want to share with your friends and family this winter season. This beverage is hundreds of years old and it
Herbal sleep aid spray made at home is a simple remedy that can be used by anyone. It’s perfect especially for DIY fans and the expiration date is rather good too – 2-3 years! This spray contains organic and easy-to-find ingredients like valerian root, passionflower, hop flowers and catnip.
Homemade root beer is a naturally fermented drink, it’s high in probiotics and very nourishing. The homemade version is just as good as regular root beer, but it contains only natural ingredients such as sassafras, sarsaparilla and wintergreen. This non-alcoholic beverage can be cheap or expensive, depending on the
Herbal tincture recipe is a home based recipe medicinal in nature and used in treatment of migraines and severe headaches. Its mainly prepared using natural herbs such as lemon balm and solvents like apple cider vinegar and vegetable glycerin which are preferred as there is no alcohol in them.
It seems that every day more shampoo products are coming out, and a lot of them tout the benefits of herbs in the ingredients. However these store bought shampoos may have some natural ingredients but the also contain lots of nasty chemicals, so why not make your own natural
Simmer pot recipes are scent emitting products used to give out a fresh, sweet fragrant made from natural ingredients such as orange pills, cinnamon sticks, cloves apple juice, nutmeg anise and many other ingredients. These recipes can be made using your preferred ingredients. For preparation, you boil water, add
Most people suffer from cold or flu at least once a year, we all know the familiar symptoms of head congestion, sore throat and fever. The usual way to tackle a cold or flu is to rest and take meds for relief. Over the counter meds actually just suppress