Monday, April 07, 2014

The Essential Herbal May/June '14 issue

We are so excited about this issue!  It's so full of wonderful information and sharing, and for the second issue in a row, we added extra pages.  It is stunning.  Beautiful, lush, and full of spring and early summer.  You're going to love it!  Subscribe today
 The cover is from Carolina Gonzalez
Field Notes, Tina Sams
Finding the rhythm in the seasons and life in general.
Bees in Peril, Heddy Johannesen
What’s happening to the bees and how can we help?
Rosacea, Michele Pfaff
Natural solutions.
Companion Planting with Herbs, Sandy Michelsen
Helping plants to prosper with good neighbors.
Cooking with Lavender, Cherylann McFetridge
Learn about using lavender in a lot of new ways.
Losing Your Nerve: Lion’s Mane and Medicinal Mushrooms, Adrian White
Wild mushrooms have a lot to offer us.
Spring Cleaning That’s Good for You, Gale LaScala
Clearing the clutter from the inside out.
Growing Edible Marigolds, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh
Those tasty little gems do more than keep rabbits out of the garden.
Ginseng Companions, Madison Woods
Do you know the indicator plants that grow near ginseng?
Havin’ a Dandy Day! Jessica Morgan
Dig those crazy dandelions!
Elders & Herbs—Herbal Support for Sexy Seniors, Janice Masters
Can the best really be yet to come?
Medicinal Roots, Marita Orr
The beginning of a great new series from Marita.
Passionflower, Kristine Brown
These strange, otherworldly flowers might be just the thing for you.
Herbal Canine Shampoo Bar (or Human Deep Woods Outdoor Soap), Marci Tsohonis
It started out as a dog shampoo, but like so much of what we do, went in a completely different direction!
The Chakra Garden, Jackie Johnson
Such an inspiring garden idea!
Ready for My Big Girl Boots, Elizabeth Weaver-Krieder
She’s ready to take on the Spring.
Rita’s Pitas, Rita Richardson
Simple and versatile snack.
Natural Ant Deterrent, Michele Pfaff
When the ants come marching one by one, be ready.
How to Sell at Craft Fairs and Festivals, Jamie Jackson
Lots of insider information to help you learn the ropes.
“Gutsy” Herbs, Suzan T Scholl
Some say that all disease begins in the gut. Learn how to support a healthy gut.


Carolina Gonzalez said...

Thanks so much for this wonderful opportunity! If anyone is interested in purchasing prints of this artwork, or the original drawing, you can find all details here:

nicole alexander said...

I am in the process of packing and moving from one state to another. how can i just order this issue for now?

Tina Sams said...

There's an option for ordering just the current issue on the website, Nicole. Hope you like your new home!

MoonMaid Botanicals said...

You are the BEST BEST BEST!! What great content, what a great cover. I am so glad the Essential Herbal exists!!!!!


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