You know those smallish yellow blossoms that many people consider weed? Well, that’s dandelion and you can make wonders with it. While dandelion health and skin benefits may be a bit mysterious still, the plant is very beneficial. Even though it has been thoroughly neglected, have a look at all the positive effects dandelion can have on our skin and overall health.
Here we are, another month, another plant of the month. And I dedicate this one to a natural liver elixir since it’s all about a spring body cleanse! Milk thistle is one of the most famous natural and organic ingredients with liver healing properties, but milk thistle health and skin benefits stretch beyond than that. A natural aid also in skin conditions, have a look at what this purple blossom can do for you!
Wild morning to you! This month’s plant: white willow and its bark! Because the blooming plants are few and far between, I decided to dedicate the plant-of-the-month title to White willow, its bark, its history, and white willow bark health and skin benefits. Known as one of the most powerful natural and organic ingredients for pain, it also often neglected and forgotten about. But, do you have a headache? Here’s how to cure it naturally!
Wild morning! Almond benefits for skin, hair, health, and nails are many and very useful. Whether dealing with blackheads, irritated scalp or need a healthy snack, almond products are a natural remedy for many issues. Eat them raw, or apply almond oil topically, the results should be visible with a little patience. Let me present February’s plant of the month: almonds!
Being this month of January, everything is about detox. And I am as well, both mental and physical detox. Now, I’m not the one for new year resolutions, but if I can find ways to improve my life, then count me in. And this year, January seems like a good time to start since December was just too much of everything. Anyway, detox yes, and an exotic one at that: this month’s plant is seaweed and all of the seaweed skin benefits. Read More
Wild morning to you all! it is December and it is cold. Yes, rather freezing. That’s why I decided to dedicate this month’s plant title to…(drumroll): ginger! Yes, the lovely juicy and spicy ginger. Its presence makes a difference and I love it in my drink, on my plate, and on my face! I love the ginger skin and hair benefits and I love the ginger smell on a cold December morning.
Wild morning to you, pretties! Red, purple-ish and festive is this month’s plant that I wish to present to you. Known as red forest gold in Sweden, cranberries are all that nature has to offer in terms of healing and miracles. With enormous amounts of positive cranberry health benefits, you will want to include these small berries in your pantry. Have I mentioned cranberry skin and hair benefits?
One of the world’s most popular spices, cinnamon is useful not only in the cooking area but can be considered as a natural remedy since cinnamon has loads of health benefits. It is a tasty addition to a lot of dishes and my personal favorite as leaves starts to turn color and the night air gets chilly.
Wild morning, pretties! Autumn is here and what can be better than drinking a relaxing tea in the chilly evening? Chamomile is one of the oldest plants in the world and one of the healthiest natural and organic ingredients there are. Also known as a flower of the sun, we’re all familiar with the plant of small white and yellow blossoms with a tranquil yet aromatic fragrance. There’s more to this plant than just the smell; which is why I’ve gathered the amazing and soothing chamomile health and skin benefits all in one place!
Wild morning, pretties! How about some fire on your plate and in your garden? Yes? Go for calendula. Calendula officinalis, also known as the poor man’s saffron, that is. Its blossoms shine with bright and vivid shades of sunset, anywhere between yellow, orange and russet nuances, calendula officinalis has innumerable health and beauty benefits and it can be used both internally as well as externally.