I can’t believe it’s May already; the Spring has come to greet us in a full swing and with it came a mass of flowers. I’m sat here looking at my garden and see the grass speckled with white daisies and yellow dandelions. I can’t help but wonder… why do we consider these amazing plants… Continue reading Dandelion… weed or a valuable herb?
Did you know that acne is the most common of all skin problems, affecting as much as 80% of the population? Acne is an umbrella-term for different types of eruptions arising from a similar origin which can be divided into two groups: Noninflammatory acne- which includes blackheads and whiteheads Inflammatory acne (where we can see… Continue reading The truth about Acne
Seeing as we are in the middle of the Endometriosis Awareness Week (4-10 March 2019), I felt compelled to write a little bit about this painful condition. For those of you who are fortunate enough not to belong to the 10% of women who suffer from it, I’m going to include a brief introduction. So...… Continue reading Endometriosis
It’s half term and we’ve been blessed with a (considerably) good weather so it means one thing… gardening! Along with DS1 and DS2 we’ve cleaned the greenhouses inside and out and set them up and ready for planting! But what shall we plant first? Having had a look through the lunar calendar, today was showing… Continue reading About the Moon, Gardening and Herbs
When you think about it, everything in this world is depending on balance in order to work properly. Plants need different types of mineral compounds in order to thrive; if you continuously feed them too much or too little water or plant them in a deficient soil, they will develop diseases or die. Animals which… Continue reading The Importance of Balance