An herbalista reviews Jurlique shampoo and conditioner and investigates its sustainability.
Soothe and relax achy limbs with four different Kneipp Arnica products that are ideal for use when feeling sore or after strenuous activities.
The recipe for a delicious mojito cocktail made from mint.
Arnica cream, ointment, tincture or salve can relieve muscle and joint pain.
Beat the winter blues with this warming mint hot chocolate recipe.
Prevent dry, cracked heels with this clove-scented Cracked Skin Relief Crème from derma e.
Stop paying high prices for poor-quality herbs at the grocery store. Grow your own instead!
James E. Churchill’s advice for finding and preparing chicory, mint, catnip and blackberries, found in a 1970 issue of Mother Earth News, is timeless—and very timely right now.
A list of health promoting herbs for cooking and healing.
Take a look at these exotic herbs that you can add to your garden.
Try these easy and delicious fresh mint-infused recipes for chutney, cucumber salad and fruit dip.
Discover help and inspiration from Sarah Magid’s Organic and Chic.
Got some mint? Try some of these easy-to-make recipes for smooth, rich, dark chocolate mint truffles and candied mint leaves. You'll never wonder what to do with mint again.
Gorgeous greens and fresh mint make a tasty, healthy, and quick soup.
Beat the heat with these mint-infused beverages.
Try these three delicious herbal iced tea recipes to cool off this summer in our second part blog about tea.
The Lemon Verbena Lady has a wonderful harvest of lemon verbena leaves to use in cooking and crafts. She has also discovered a new pest that may be trying to harm her favorite herb.
Far from being weeds, spring's earliest greens are packed with nutrition and help detox the body.
July 19th is National Ice Cream Day, so celebrate with these delicious ice cream recipes.
In Texas, it has warmed up considerably, it's had plenty of rain and, best of all, the gardens are flourishing. See what's going on in Cynthia's Texas garden this month.
The world's largest garden yields an abundance of fruits and vegetables, some easily recognized, others, a new experience! A mystery herb appeared in our box of organic vegetables this week. What in the world is stevia?
Keep your mint alive. Check out our growing tips for dying herbs.
This cooling French tarragon-infused drink can help you quickly beat the summer heat.
The winter weather is putting a damper on my mood. Last night, in a desperate attempt to lighten things up, I cooked up Orecchiette with Goat Cheese, Peas and Mint, a quick pasta dish that celebrates spring.
Finding herbal blooms as the growing season comes to an end in the mid-Atlantic region.
During her England vacation, the Lemon Verbena lady visited with Jekka McVicar and enjoyed front row seats during one of her hands-on herbal lessons.
James E. Churchill’s advice for finding and preparing chicory, mint, catnip and blackberries, from a 1970 issue of Mother Earth News, is timeless—and very timely right now. It's foraging season!
We're still frosting in Kansas but the herbs have gone on sale, and I'm happy to report that even though times are tough I'm keeping our nurseries in business. Chocolate mint, pineapple sage and lemon thyme are just a few of the herbs I've added so far this spring.
This smooth dessert recipe is brightly sweet and refreshing, a perfect break from the heat of the day. Try it with fresh mint or lavender and a hint of cinnamon.
Pruning your mints, lemon balm and oregano will help them grow back more lush than ever.
Tomatoes and watermelon combine in this unique salad with flavors that will wow every part of your palette.
Enjoy any holiday with special homemade herb-and-chocolate treats!
These three easy and delicious herbal popsicle recipes will help you make good use of an overflowing summer herb garden.
Mexican mint marigold, green pepper basil and lemon eucalyptus are just a few of the herbs in Cynthia's herb garden showing new signs of growth this spring.
With all of the rain, the Lemon Verbena Lady has found the perfect time to prune the herbs in her herb garden.
The four-lined plant bug is a regional pest that plagues plants belonging to the mint family and other of your herbal favorites.
Give yourself a little extra reason to treasure your time in the garden by perusing the gardening articles from our March/April 2013 issue. We teach you how to have your earliest spring garden, give you tips on reducing your gardening resources, show you an unexpected source of nutrition, and much more!
Grow leafy greens and herbs indoors this winter for year-round fresh, inexpensive and organic food.
Companion planting can help your favorite plants achieve their full potential.
I don't know about you, but its absolutely impossible to keep my feet clean in sandals, my summer staple. So when I stumbled upon Wipe Your Feet by Jamar Labs, I was intrigued.
Natural Home assistant editor Kim Wallace feeds her addiction to lip balm and reviews Shea Terra Organics Menthe Orange Organic Shea Lip Butter.
A reader's request leads Lemon Verbena Lady into exploring the works of William Shakespeare for some of the herbal flowers and herbs of Elizabethan England. There is so much that there had to be a second act.
Lemon Verbena Lady is anxious to get planting new herbs in her herb garden. She explores the wonderful world of herb plant catalogs both in print and online in three installments because there is just so much herbal information to pass along!