Culantro/ Cilantro: No, It’s Not the Same!

by Angela Lugo Culantro (Eryngium foetidum L.,Apiaceae) is both a cooking and medicinal herb well known in the Caribbean, West Indies and the Far East. It is a biennial herb indigenous to continental tropical America and the West Indies. The … Continue reading

D.I.Y. Fridays – Making Herbal Tinctures

by Nicole Wines Tinctures are an easy way to make a powerful medicine from the herbs grown in your garden or those found throughout your yard or the wild.  Tinctures, in short, are an herbal extract made using alcohol as … Continue reading

D.I.Y. Fridays – Homemade Incense with Upcycled Orange Peels

by Nicole Wines NOTE: I learned this simple D.I.Y. from my co-director Francisco and his family, and I am sharing it with you.  Please pass it along, by sharing this post and simple instructions, and making this homemade incense to … Continue reading