Celebrate the New Year with this delightful blend, helping you to create more clarity for the year ahead. Click here for this new recipe.
Caraway is is a very old spice which dates back to Roman times where they used the seeds in their bread making. It was also used in Egyptian times and most recently is very popular in the Western European countries of Germany and Austria where the herb is added to sausages, sauerkraut and bread. Caraway is also used in making the liqueur Kümmel. Click here for more information.
This uplifting blend is great for helping with mental strain and fatigue and will aid in improving your memory. Click here for the recipe.
This Rich Hand oil treatment is wonderful for treating dry, chapped or rough hands. Massaging this treatment daily into your hands will help keep them soft. Your nails will also benefit greatly by massaging well into your cuticles helping to promote healthy nail growth. Click here for the recipe.
This invigorating diffuser blend will help banish lethargy, sharpen your senses and aid your memory. It will clear your head and strengthen your mind giving your brain cells a kick start. It is also very warming to your emotions helping in times of weakness or exhaustion. Click here for the recipe.
Many people are affected by acne, however this is normally more common in teenagers. The reason for this an increased production of hormones in adolescents (estrogen in females and androgen in males). This easy to make acne treatment will help mild and moderate acne conditions. Click here for more information.
Used in ancient Egypt and in Roman times, Bay was a symbol of wisdom and peace. ‘Laudis’, where it’s Latin name is derived from, means ‘to praise’ which is why Laurel wreaths were presented to Olympians. Click here for more information.
This invigorating, uplifting and strengthening diffuser blend is helpful when you’re feeling overwhelmed as it will assist to beat lethargy, fatigue and tension. Very refreshing and stimulating to a tired mind it will allow your cares to fall away. Click here for the recipe.