Day: January 29, 2016

Herbs for Back Pain

Lower back pain is a very common affliction. As the NIH’s Back Pain Fact Sheet observes: About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes. It is the most common cause of job-related disability and a leading contributor to missed work days. In a large survey, more than a…

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Herbal Support for Seasonal Depression

A New England winter can be a tough prospect. Mark Twain purportedly said that if you didn’t like the weather here, you could just wait fifteen minutes – but in February you might cycle through snow, sleet, freezing rain, frostbite, and melted-enough-to-be-muddy all in one week. Add to that the post-holiday crash, and it’s no…

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Herbal Remedies for Strains & Sprains

This class continues our series on first aid skills, to help you get prepared to care for your family and loved ones in the event of a disaster – whether that’s a hurricane, a car accident, or a kitchen mishap. The more you know, the more calm you can stay in an emergency, and a…

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Herb-Infused Wines

This is one of our most popular classes – with good reason! Infusing herbs into your wine is easy to do and is a great way to make a special dinner particularly fancy. Not only that, but it can really improve the flavor of a cheap wine, too. So whether you’re looking to add some…

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