From soothing achy muscles after a workout to opening blocked sinuses, white flower oil is a favorite of many therapeutic massage and traditional Chinese medical practitioners.
The day before 9/11, I stumbled on White Flower Oil in a health food store when looking for a deep muscle rub for my husband. I read the ingredient lists on Icy Hot and Mineral Ice and finally chose the White Flower Oil. The others contained unpronounceable ingredients I wouldn’t put on my family’s skin – plus I loved the cute little Oriental, vintage-y box. He loved the smell and the nearly identical soothing, deep icy-hot tingle for his aches and overworked muscles.
In time, I decided to make my own copycat blend – and now I share the recipe with you….
Want to add a cool, minty twist to your favorite chocolate brownies, hot cocoa, ice cream, or peppermint patties?
This is the simplest of the diy projects I know!
With this two-ingredient mint extract recipe, it takes only five minutes of hands-on prep time plus a several months for the extract to “age,” and soon you’ll be be stirring it into whatever else your mint-loving taste buds desire. This is the real ‘natural mint flavor’ food manufacturers are trying to imitate with unnatural processing techniques!
This mint extract can be ready by Christmas (or 2 months from reading this)! It makes a classic, inexpensive gift for the food-lovers in your life.…
Are you ready to learn about my tried and true poison ivy remedies, all natural (both already on the market and my homemade ones)? Ones that work?
Today, we are presenting you with a dress review of “Kasey” from the company Beautifully Modest. This is a very comfortable, feminine maxi dress, and we think you will find many such beautiful products on their website.
The habit of making a heaping plate of dandelion fritters in the spring must be left over from my hippie days in college, but it is truly one of my favorite meals! Get brave in the kitchen and try your hand at making some delicious old-fashioned dandelion fritters from the sunny flower heads and then make up a mess of tender sauteed dandelion greens while you’re at it.
The fritters don’t taste like dandelions at all, and the greens are in the tradition of the original Southern greens you would find seasoned with onions, garlic and bacon….