Honey has been used as a medicine for thousands of years. In ancient Egypt, Greece, China, India and countless other cultures, honey has been an invaluable substance for wound care and used as a natural cure for infections and diseases.
by Carol Glassman This could be a very dangerous year. I was looking through cookbooks, some new and some old, when a few titles caught my eye. The danger is dual: not only do I have an extra large collection of cookbooks,
In most cultures the bee symbolizes fertility, good luck, harmony, creativity, perseverance, dedication, and bliss. Bee is also a universal symbol of hard work – as represented by the common phrase “busy as a bee.” In Hinduism, the bee is
Honey never spoils. No need to refrigerate it. Unopened, it can be stored indefinitely at room temperature in a dry cupboard. Sealed honey vats found in King Tut’s tomb still contained edible honey, despite over 2,000 years beneath the sands.
Bees have been producing honey for at least 150 million years. Bees have to fly over 55,000 miles to make 1 lb. of honey. 80% of the pollination of the fruits, vegetables and seed crops in the U.S. is accomplished
ATTRIBUTES: Divine Love, Emotional Healing ELEMENT: Water CHAKRA: Heart MINED IN: USA, Brazil, Madagascar, Afghanistan, and Pakistan KUNZITE is a highly spiritual stone, connecting to the source of unconditional love, producing loving thought and action. This crystal centers
ATTRIBUTES: Compassion, Love, Generosity ELEMENT: Fire, Earth CHAKRA: Heart, Root MINED IN: Spain, Russia, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Sweden RHODONITE nurtures love and encourages the brotherhood of humanity. It helps to balance the emotions and calm impatience. Rhodonite
by Janet Weisberg My name is Janet and Earth is my other body! Curious? To understand why I can make this statement please read on. Trained as a Traumatologist, for years I have continuously searched for a simple, peaceful, and
by Carol Glassman “You are what you eat”; the famous phrase by Anthelme Brillat-Savin, has been used often since 1826 (“Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es” – literally from the French, “Tell me what you
by Beth Brown-Rinella The word “Goddess” brings different ideas to everyone. For some, the Goddess may evoke images of mythical deities, like Aphrodite, Pele, Lakshmi, Diana or Isis. For others, it may be screen goddesses like Sophia Loren, Marilyn Monroe