Chamomile’s name is derived from Greek meaning “Earth apple” and many attribute an apple scent to the flower. The ancient Egyptians dedicated it to their gods because of it’s many healing ‘powers’. Chamomile is used by herbalists as well as aromatherapists. It’s one of the most widely used herbs in the United States!
Mullein is traditionally known as an earache remedy. Herbalists also love it for cough, asthma and more.
This week we take a break from our usual “Herb of the Day” posts to look at an essential oil, Cajeput. Found in our January item of the month, Lympha Rub, cajeput is distilled from the same genus as melaleuca (aka tea tree) oil. The family of melaleuca plants is native to Austrailia and the essential oils are all closely related to one another. Typically used alongside other essential oils, this is a popular oil among both herbalists and aromatherapists with a wide range of traditional…
Honeysuckle is known as a valued herb, garden decoration, sweet flower and tasty treat!
This herb is a common plant in the desert Southwest and has a rich history of use in herbalism. Check out more on the blog!
« How you use Lympha Rub (30+ of your tried & tested favorite uses) Essential Oil of the Day: Lavender By Amanda O. | January 21, 2017 | Adult Health, Children's Health, Herb of the Day HOTD EO Lavender Many a herbalist and aromatherapist have said: “if you have no other essential oil, have lavender.”