8 Most Effective Essential Oils for Menopause

8 Most Effective Essential Oils for Menopause

Menopause is a natural transition all women experience. For our grandmothers and great-grandmothers, life expectancy was shorter and reaching menopause often meant that their life was nearing an end. But this is no longer true – so get those thoughts out of your mind. Today women are living much longer—on average, until age 81. How […]

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25 Super Health Benefits of Cacao

One of the most wildly popular trees on the planet is the cacao, the plant species from which cocoa – and chocolate – is derived. The word cacao comes from the Mayan language where it was referred to as ‘ka-kaw’. While some might think cacao and cocoa are one in the same, they’re not, exactly. Cacao […]

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8 DIY Flavored and Seasoned Salt Gift Jars

I’ve found, through years of experience, that in life as well as in my pantry, it’s the simple things that serve me best in life and the foods I prepare. Because of their ease, adaptability, and sumptuous flavor, DIY pantry staples similar to the DIY flavored and seasoned salt gift jars recipes below have found […]

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Festive Cranberry Jalapeno Dip

It’s the season for all things cranberry especially when you being to see those beautiful dark-red cranberries making their appearance in grocery stores, farmers’ markets and holiday menu suggestions. Honestly, cranberries have never been my favorite. Their tart flavor just doesn’t resonate with my palate making me wonder how other people seemingly love these beautiful […]

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Awesome Health Benefits of Cilantro

Not many people are aware of the many awesome health benefits of cilantro or its history of use. In the USA cilantro and coriander describe two parts of the same plant, Coriandrum sativum that belong to the Apiaceae family. In the beginning, the herb was grown in what is now present day Greece. Utilized by […]

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