The wisdom of nature
working for our health and beauty
A few things to muse over
A FEW TIPS FOR A BETTER HEALTH
Read the labels before buying
Make greens an important part of your daily meals
Beware of harmful fats
Easy on salt and sugar
Alcohol and tobacco are a sure path to health problems
Get rid of plastic. Consider glass, cast iron, wood and bamboo instead
Home and Garden
Trust The Curative Power of Nature
Joy of The Fields
By Narda / July 4, 2022
Oregano By Narda McCarthy June 20, 2022 With small deep-green leaves and small purple or white flowers, oregano is an...Read More
Ooh, Humble Cilantro!
By Narda / March 16, 2022
The herb we know as cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) are the leaves of the coriander. These aromatic, green feathery leaves that...Read More
By Narda / September 3, 2021
So small and so good!! Cultivated for millennia, mangoes (Mangifera indica) are believed to be native to some place between...Read More
Mmhhh… Wonderful Papaya
By Narda / August 29, 2021
The papaya (Carica papaya) has among its many names, papaya, pawpaw and prairie banana; it is original from a broad...Read More
One apple a day…
By Narda / August 5, 2021
Original from Central Asia, apple trees (Malus domestica) are cultivated worldwide and were brought to North America by European settlers. ...Read More
Chamomile, The Lady of The House
By Narda / July 26, 2021
CHAMOMILE (CAMOMILE) THE LADY OF THE HOUSEGerman chamomile, Chamomilla recutita or Matricaria chamomilla. A member of the Asteraceae/Compositae family, chamomile...Read More
The Secrets of Pineapple
By Narda / July 18, 2021
Photography by: Calum Lewis, Edgar Castrejon, Houcine Ncib, and Mathilde Langev @ Unsplash
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