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WOOSAH with Chamomile

Society can always have a certain way of drawing me into a state of anxiety and stress. I stopped watching the local news because I would feel heavy and emotional listening to it. I couldn’t bear watching a mother cry for the loss of her child, or a child losing their family member over senseless acts of violence. I find that since becoming a mother the weight of the world rests on my shoulders too often. I came to realize I needed to balance out the urbanomics of the environment... Read The Rest →

Take It Easy, Sip on Chamomile

In case you don’t already know chamomile is a total relaxer. It helps to easy inflammation, it eases digestion and nausea, and acts as a pain reliever. I use chamomile to  drop the oil in my kids bath water to get them to wind down before bedtime. I also give them chamomile tea to support better digestion. I also sip on the tea when I have a headache. The best trick though is to use the tea bags after they have steeped to ease stressed eyes and to lessen the... Read The Rest →

Relax Your Family with Chamomile

I have been asked lately about how to calm baby when they are a little wound up or restless.One word sums up relax and calm for me, CHAMOMILE. Especially during teething Chamomile is a brilliant tool to keeping baby relaxed and more at ease. I use it on my teen as well to get the stress out of her when she is bogged down with school projects and tests! Watch below as I give you some helpful hints on how to use chamomile in a couple different ways!

Stay Well Remedy Haute Tea

Every time the weather starts to get moody it seems like our household starts to feel the effects. I don’t hesitate to make this to keep an extra step ahead of the sniffles. It super easy and it works. •  3 cups of boiling water •  2 tbsp of chopped and peeled ginger •  Half of one large sweet meyer lemon (sweet meyer gives a sweet element without adding sugar) •  3 tbsp of honey ( you can substitute agave or maple syrup if allergic to honey) Let it sit... Read The Rest →

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