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Hay Fever Rash
17th Apr 2019

Hay Fever Rash

What is hay fever?Hay fever is a term that refers to cold-like symptoms that result from airborne allergies such as pollen.  Although hay fever is not a virus, the symptoms are similar.  For many people these airborne particles can cause sn…

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Misty Monthly April 2019
10th Apr 2019

Misty Monthly April 2019

One of the most joyous moments of spring is the celebration of Easter!  This month we bring to you diffuser recipes that are built around that special holiday. We hope you make these recipes a part of your family celebration. Happy Easter!Easter…

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Fight Hay Fever and Allergies Naturally
18th Mar 2019

Fight Hay Fever and Allergies Naturally

Up The Honey Intake  Did you know that consuming wild, raw, local honey may offer a gradual desensitization to your seasonal allergies? Bees pick up the pollen from their environment, the same environment contributing to your seasonal allergies…

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Misty Monthly March 2019
10th Mar 2019

Misty Monthly March 2019

For those of us in the south, spring has sprung! For everyone else we hope that this blend blesses you with the promise of things to come.6 drops Citrus Pop2 drops geraniumNOTE: Citrus Pop is a blend of several citrus essential oils, but if…

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Misty Monthly February 2019
7th Feb 2019

Misty Monthly February 2019

We love diffuser recipes because the essential oil combinations make your home or office smell great, while still delivering the amazing benefits of the individual essential oils. Today we are sharing diffuser recipes that encourage feelings of…

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Elderberry vs Tamiflu
31st Jan 2019

Elderberry vs Tamiflu

Black Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) tincture is my families choice for cold and flu viruses, both type A and type B. It's a natural remedy that has no side effects and is inexpensive, and has been around for thousands of years. In the world of Elderber…

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Essential Oils for Cold and Flu
18th Jan 2019

Essential Oils for Cold and Flu

There is no "cure" for the common cold or the flu, but there are tools available to increase self-care as you wait for the virus to run its course. One effective method of self-care is using essential oils as a topical rub or for aromatherapy. Essent…

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Dangers of Fake Essential  Oils
13th Jan 2019

Dangers of Fake Essential Oils

My husband and I passed through the "essential oil" section at a local big box store and the shelves were nearly bought out! I was chilled to think about all of the unsuspecting families that are using them in their homes. It is frightening to thin…

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The Benefits of Alpha Lipoic Acid
12th Jan 2019

The Benefits of Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha Lipoic Acid is also called thioctic acid or just lipoic acid and abbreviated ALA — but don't confuse it with the other ALA, alpha linoleic acid – which is an omega fatty acid. Alpha lipoic acid is a compound found naturally inside every cell i…

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Make Your Bar Soap Last
12th Jan 2019

Make Your Bar Soap Last

Whether it’s a morning face wash with the our Peppermint Tea Tree Charcoal Soap Bar, a hand scrub after a gardening session with THT's Gardeners Best, or a routine morning shower with THT's Morning Brew, it’s important to make the clea…

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Alcohol vs Glycerine Tinctures
10th Jan 2019

Alcohol vs Glycerine Tinctures

Tinctures are liquid extracts that are made with alcohol as all or part of the combined extraction solvent. Following the extractive process, the tincture is then separated from the spent herb and is filtered. From there it is bottled as a single her…

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The Benefits of Genmaicha Tea
4th Jan 2019

The Benefits of Genmaicha Tea

Genmaicha (which is the Japanese word for ‘brown rice tea’) is green tea with roasted brown rice. It is a wonderful, and little-known Japanese culinary treat that offers a natural combination of starch, sugar and a nutty flavor in an easy-to-prepare…

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