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Monday, August 20, 2012

Who I Am and Where I've Been

It's interesting to see what God has in store for each of our lives.  He never ceases to surprise me.  As I jump into a new venture here at the Woodwife's Journal, I'd like to share some of my favorite posts from the past two years and a bit about myself.
Just click on the "red" titles below to read each article.

First, Who Am I?
 Let me tell you about the name of this blog:
What is a Woodwife?
And a little about me and why I'm writing here:
About Me

Now, Where I've Been (Herbally Speaking)
 Herbal Medicine Chest Series
This series includes How-to posts and recipes to help you prepare your own
Where Do I begin?
Salves, Ointments and Balms
Teas, Infusions and Decoctions
Tinctures, Glycerites, Extracts and Infused Oils
Compresses, Poultices, Plasters and Fomentations
Syrups, Honeys, Vinegars and Wines
Lotions, Creams and Hydrosols
Capsules, Pastilles, Lozenges, Chewables, Gels and Electuaries
Very Personal Herbal Remedies -this post covers suppositories, douches and enemas.
Ear Candling
Castor Oil Packs
Herbal Remedies Past and Present
The Hydrosol/Rose Water Challenge

A Weekly Herbal Sharing Link
where you can link up your favorite herbal remedy, etc.

Golden Milk w/ Turmeric

Scented Notes ~ Make Your Own Incense

Another Obsession of Mine
A Confession
Pack Rats Anonymous

Be sure to check back later for an exciting announcement!

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Much herbal love,
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