Stinging nettles may sound intimidating, but once you get past their prickly exterior this classic spring weed offers many health benefits.
Here we go back in time to see beliefs and folk uses surrounding Stinging Nettle, how it is most commonly utilized by herb lovers today, along with flower essence information, my own personal favorite uses for this stinging European native, and references for further information.
Erin McIntosh shares a great recipe for a unique nettle biscuit.
Try this delicious recipe for salty, crunchy stinging nettle chips made fresh from the garden.
If you’re an herbie, then chances are you love tea. But did you know that your herbs also enjoy tea? Discover the benefits of compost tea and learn how to use it in your garden.
Discover 10 natural remedies for allergies from author Michelle Schoffro Cook to make the spring allergy season more tolerable.
Medication isn't your only option for allergy relief. Give these at-home remedies a try.
If you’re sick of your allergies but don’t want to pop a pharmaceutical pill, check out these natural remedies for the prevention and treatment of seasonal allergies.
A list of health promoting herbs for cooking and healing.
Try this wonderfully herby and spicy recipe for pickling all of your garden favorites!
Whether you want it for tea or some other project, handling stinging nettle during harvesting does not have to be painful.
Prepare your body and mind for delivery with prenatal yoga poses and delicious red raspberry and nettle tea.
Treat gout, a painful disorder that affects the joints, by controlling inflammation and lowering uric acid levels with these home remedies for gout.
These nettle chips are deliciously unique and packed with nutrients. Try this perfectly satisfying salty snack in early spring.
More and more people are giving up conventional shampoo and conditioner in lieu of homemade hair rinses. For shiny, beautiful hair, use gentle cleansers free of chemicals on your hair. Try one of these three herbal hair rinses: Rose-Chamomile, Cacao-Rosemary and Nettle-Lavender.