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March April 2014 - PDF


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March April 2014 - PDF - The Essential Herbal
Field Notes Exciting times at TEH, and for the herbal community, turning lemons into lemonade. About the Cover Linda Kneeland provided this luscious taste of spring.
Elders & Herbs--Valuing Our Elders, Janice Masters Janice begins a touching series about how herbs fit into the lives of our elders. Chickens Love Herbs! Michele Brown Ready to start your own flock? Combine your love of herbs with these fine feathered friends.
Four Thieves, Amber Sheehan Many uses for this age-old traditional remedy that you might not have considered. Spring Cleaning your Garden, Heddy Johannesen Ready? Set? Time to get some dirt under our fingernails!
Lunar Gardening, Aubree Sanders Planting in harmony with Nature's rhythms. Herbs for Helping and Healing Coughs and Colds, Marita Orr We're not quite done with the coughs, colds, and sore throats, but here are some good helps.
The Language of Herbs, Rita Richardson Let the plants speak for you. Ground Cover Herbs, Suzan T. Scholl Some fabulous ideas for herbal ground covers that are as useful as they are lovely.
Poultice and Compress Making, Stephany Hoffelt Granny medicine or modern medicine? Stephany makes the case to keep them in the 22nd century. Song of the Archangel, April Coburn An ode to a favorite herb with hand-drawn illustration.
Pizza Party in the Garden, Kathy Rohrbaugh You'll love this pizza shaped garden that contains all the toppings you can grow. Tincturing for Beginners, Jackie Johnson ND Choose your booze wisely!
Design Your Own Gardeners' Hand Soap, Marci Tsohonis Marci leads us through the creative process of another spectacular soapmaking adventure. Herbalism in Iowa, Adrian White Do you think "corn" when you hear Iowa? Learn of unique and entrancing herbal diversity that we haven't heard so much about.
Upcycling to Make Garden Accessories, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh Make some gardening tools from household items. Yarrow, Jamie Jackson Dainty and unassuming, yarrow packs a wallop and belongs in your herb cabinet.
Wildcrafting and Processing Herbs, Sandy Michelsen Some ideas on getting started.

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