Guest blogger Faith Moser shares the pros and cons of using stevia as a sugar substitute.
Learn to grow stevia, a healthy, all-natural sweetener, at home.
We think that we know our herbs, and exactly what they do. However, there are also those herbs with a mysterious past. Here are five of the weirdest herbs we’ve found that might be hiding in a garden near you.
The stevia sweetener may be marketed across Europe as early as next year.
Stevia is a better alternative to most artificial sweeteners and sugar substitutes.
One beginning gardener is growing oregano, basil, cilantro and stevia this spring.
Whether you're worried about your synthetic chemical intake or simply want to save some money, making your own herbal toothpaste or powder can be a simple change.
Happy May 5th. What are you doing to celebrate? If you’re like me, then today is the day to whip up your favorite tacos, snack on sensational salsa and, most importantly, mix yourself some margaritas. This year, why not try the stevia-sweetened mix Sinless Margarita.
On Thursday, March 10, our friends from the American Botanical Council hosted their annual ABCelebration. During the reception, three important people were recognized for their tremendous work in the herbal industry.
Take a look at these exotic herbs that you can add to your garden.
Mother Earth News Radio recently interviewed Jim May, the first person to bring Stevia rebaudioside into the United States. Stevia is known most for its naturally sweet leaves. Listen to the interview here.
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?
This year I got the chance to attend the Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California. Check out the highlights.