A Powerful Stimulant For Body And Mind: Sage Oil — Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Native to the southern European and Mediterranean regions, the Sage herb was highly valued in both the ancient Greek and Roman societies, which considered it to be sacred. For centuries, it has been believed that Sage had the ability to grant a longer life, and in China, it was traditionally used as a remedy for […] … Continue reading A Powerful Stimulant For Body And Mind: Sage Oil — Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Learning the medicine of Native plants by Kalvin Valdillez — LRInspire

“Each of these plants, they all have different purposes,” said Tulalip tribal member Shane McLean. “The sage is good for individual work, for personal prayers, and the cedar is good for clearing out bad energy. via Learning the medicine of Native plants by Kalvin Valdillez — LRInspire

Sage: The Herb of Thanksgiving — Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

The majority of recipes that we find for stuffing (cooked inside the turkey or other fowl) or dressing (generally cooked separately in a baking dish in the oven), use fresh or dried sage leaves for flavoring, whether the ingredients include sausage, oysters, mushrooms, nuts, dried fruit, traditional white breadcrumbs or cornbread. Besides its traditional uses […] … Continue reading Sage: The Herb of Thanksgiving — Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Samhain Incense and Oils — Ravenhawks’ Magickal Mystical Places

Incense and oils you can use any of the following scents, either blended together or alone: Cedar, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Ginger, Lavender, Lime, Mint, Myrrh, Orange, Sagebrush, Sandalwood, Copal, mastic resin, benzoin, sweetgrass, wormwood, mugwort, sage, or patchouli. numbers = part= teaspoon, tablespoon or cup measure Simple Psychic Protection Incense Frankincense 1/4, Oregano 1/2, Lovage 1/4, […] … Continue reading Samhain Incense and Oils — Ravenhawks’ Magickal Mystical Places

A Culinary Herbal… — Hedgerow Vintage

Culinary herbs are the herbs I use the most for cooking, growing and remedies. I would be lost without Rosemary, Thyme and Sage, and they are so familiar to most people, that often they can be overlooked as great medicinal plants. Culinary herbs, as well as adding depth in flavour to our foods, have many […] … Continue reading A Culinary Herbal… — Hedgerow Vintage