I always drink this infusion hot, several cups a day if I have a cold or a throat infection. I usually make enough ginger & turmeric infusion for the whole day, and just heat it up and add the lemon and honey for each cup separately.
Welcome Karen Lynn today as our guest poster from Lil’ Suburban Homestead. She’s got a fabulous perspective on beekeeping to share with us today that willmaybe inspire some of you to dive in with your first beekeeping experience. Enjoy! – Angela Our journey into beekeeping was one that I initially embarked with some trepidation […]
Natural facial masks are easy to make from readily-available ingredients and can be great for toning dry or blemished skin. Oats and Honey Mask 1/2 Cup oatmeal – cooked 1/4 Cup honey (raw works great) As soon as the oatmeal is cooked, mix in the honey and mash slightly to create a thick paste. When […]
Honey is a healing and nourishing natural ingredient for homemade beauty products and DIY facial treatments. It is suitable for all skin types, it helps to relieve inflammation, and it promotes wound healing. Honey contains antioxidants, nourishes dry skin, and because it is antibacterial and antiseptic, it is great for both oily skin and to […]
Fall is my favorite season and one of the reasons for that is the amazing food. Apple crisp? Delicious and quintessentially fall. I love making this Honey and Oatmeal Apple Crisp as a fabulous fall breakfast for the kids. Grinding our own wheat flour and using locally-produced honey makes this a high-fiber, vitamin-rich meal. Honey […]