Lemongrass: Mood Enhancing Stimulator | By EVERYTHiNG SOULFuL

Lemongrass Is highly recommended for times when the emotions are embedded in misery and in need to overcome it. It’s strong anti-depressant properties can always be relied upon to improve your mood. This herb helps increase, clarify, and sweeten communication between people. It’s antiseptic freshness makes it ideal for helping you to overcome illness. Lemongrass … Continue reading Lemongrass: Mood Enhancing Stimulator | By EVERYTHiNG SOULFuL

nefaeria: Wortcunning: Common Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) By Laurel

Tansy is one of my favourite herbs, and was facsinated by it since I was a young girl. I think that was largely due to the fact that I associated it with Faeries after seeing the Tansy Fairy (pictured above) by Cicely Mary Barker. This is a first of what I hope to be many … Continue reading nefaeria: Wortcunning: Common Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) By Laurel

WHAT ARE THE BEST VEGETARIAN MEAT SUBSTITUTES AND ARE THEY GOOD FOR YOU? By Rachel Hosie

Make sure you get enough protein and the essential nutrients for a healthy lifestyle by choosing your meat-alternatives wisely With veganism on the rise – a survey released last year found that around 3.5 million Britons have adopted a plant-based diet – many people are turning to meat substitutes to bulk out their meals and ensure they’re consuming … Continue reading WHAT ARE THE BEST VEGETARIAN MEAT SUBSTITUTES AND ARE THEY GOOD FOR YOU? By Rachel Hosie

More than Just a Festive Scent: 6 Surprising Frankincense Benefits

Steph SimpsonAnyone who has heard the story of the Three Wise Men know that frankincense plays an important part in the nativity story. But there’s more to frankincense than the sweet, woody aroma that has become synonymous with Christmas. Frankincense is a wonderfully diverse natural substance with some surprising applications and benefits. Frankincense is a … Continue reading More than Just a Festive Scent: 6 Surprising Frankincense Benefits

Poinsettia: History and Tradition of the Christmas Flower

By FloraQueen For some reason, Christmas isn’t always imagined as a time for flowers. Due to the December cold, many flowers don’t bloom outside and we tend to put more focus on winter foliage like pine, mistletoe and holly. However, there’s one big exception when it comes to Christmas flowers in the shape of the … Continue reading Poinsettia: History and Tradition of the Christmas Flower

A bad witch’s blog: Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses by Badwitch

Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses I love wild roses. One seeded naturally in my back garden and grew along the fence between it and that of the house next door. It was a dog rose, the most abundant wild rose that grows in England. It has simple, pale pink blooms with five petal as … Continue reading A bad witch’s blog: Craft: Witchcraft, Wands and Wild Roses by Badwitch