Posts Tagged ‘books’

How to choose the RIGHT herb with confidence

Compass

Have you ever wondered exactly how experienced
herbalists match the remedy to the person instead
of the disease?

How YOU can choose the right herb for the right
person with confidence?

Every now and then, LearningHerbs releases
a series of free training videos… and it’s
always a powerful herbal education all by itself.

John usually does it as part of the warm-up for
their next online herbal course, but whatever
the reason… it’s always a really good idea to
register for the training… because it’s just
that good.

AND the price is right… it won’t cost you
anything (other than your email address).

It’s all revealed in this new video training:

Get your Herbal Compass Here!
This powerful free video reveals:

– The #1 proven way to learn about herbs…
that doesn’t require book study or memorization.

– How to dramatically improve your chances for
success when making a remedy.

– How to take a book shelf of information and get
it off the shelf and into practical use for your
family.

– What “energetics” are and why are they important
to your long term success as a home herbalist.

– How to get herbalism into your daily life, even
when you barely have time to make dinner.

Get it here now:

Get your herbal Compass here!

Enjoy the free training!!

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P.S. The best way to learn about herbs is the
way our ancestors did, and that’s not using
Google or books. Learn how…

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Herb Fairies Club is OPEN & a free book!

Just a quick note today to let you know about a great FREEBIE from Herb Fairies.

Registration for the Herb Fairies Book Club is now OPEN and you can also get the first book in the series FREE today! 

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Herb Fairies closes Saturday, April 19th, at midnight so don’t wait too long and miss it!

 

Have a wonderful Easter weekend, friends!

Free Chickweed Pesto Recipe Card

I’ve got another great recipe for you today.  Another chickweed recipe! 

HerbFairies-ChickweedPesto Chickweed Pesto 

Pesto is such a simple dish – even the kids can make it.  Four common ingredients you can easily find in your kitchen and chickweed, you can most likely find that in your yard!

Click here to download your recipe card.

Pesto is a favorite lunch food at our house.  We especially love pepperoni pesto wraps.  They are super easy and a quick lunch. 

Spread your chickweed pesto on a tortilla, top with pepperoni and cheese.  Roll them up and pop them in the oven or the microwave to melt the cheese. 

Herb Fairies enrollment is OPEN!

  herb fairies club

The Herb Fairies Book Club is open just 5 days a year, and it closes this Saturday, April 19 at midnight!

An herbal mentoring experience, your kids will love the activities in the book club. 

  • The Magic Keeper’s Journal
  • Recipe Cards
  • A Coloring Book
  • An Herbal Roots Zine with each book
  • And of course the beautiful Herb Fairies book series your children will love to enjoy over and over

As a parent, you will enjoy the new Parent’s guide, the Herbal Remedies for Children During Cold & Flu Season ebook, and the private Herb Fairies online community. 

Get ready for an adventure you and your children will not forget!

God really does resolve…

bluelikejazz I just finished one of the most honest books I’ve ever read.  It’s so honest in fact that I couldn’t stop reading.  It’s like the author was speaking words I couldn’t say.  Not even to myself, afraid I would be struck down dead or I would hate myself for my thoughts.  I just read and read.  Like I was breathing in and out every word. 

The book was Blue Like Jazz.  The author was Don Miller.  If you’re going to take the time to read the book, listen to it being read by Don, himself.  It’s worth it.  Plus you’ll get through it faster and can therefore listen to it again sooner.  You’ll want to. 

knittingprose

God really does resolve…

bluelikejazz I just finished one of the most honest books I’ve ever read.  It’s so honest in fact that I couldn’t stop reading.  It’s like the author was speaking words I couldn’t say.  Not even to myself, afraid I would be struck down dead or I would hate myself for my thoughts.  I just read and read.  Like I was breathing in and out every word. 

The book was Blue Like Jazz.  The author was Don Miller.  If you’re going to take the time to read the book, listen to it being read by Don, himself.  It’s worth it.  Plus you’ll get through it faster and can therefore listen to it again sooner.  You’ll want to. 

knittingprose