Little Treasures Week 16 - Lavender, Nettle and Glass domes.
Each week I find all sorts of little treasures online and offline that I want to share with you, the must-read articles, the news everyone must know about, the new green brands, quotes, books, but also beautiful handmade products or inspiring people.
You can find them here, in our weekly posts called Little Treasures.
My three favourite herbs at the moment.
Chamomile helps attract abundance. This pleasant tasting spiritual herb relaxes your energy, which allows you to become receptive. The Universe always have your best interests in mind. When things seem challenging, it can be for one of two reasons: You are trying to go in a different direction than where you are truly being guided, or you are unwilling to receive help and support along the way. When you drink chamomile, you let down your guard and let in the healing love.
Lavender is a legendary spiritually rejuvenating herb that relaxes your mind and quiets the ego voice. It is beautiful before a meditation, as it resonates with the third-eye chakra—your center of clairvoyance. This summons psychic visions and intuitive insights. Lavender brings a deeper spiritual understanding. This herb helps cast away any fears about embracing your spiritual gifts.
Nettle tea is great for when you feel worn-out and drained. It is a highly nutritious infusion that supports your body physically. It provides energetic protection, giving you time to recharge. As your body and mind reset, you learn new ways to handle situations. Understand the lessons involved in your current situation and you won’t have to repeat them.
Loving this article on jaw tension!
So much wisdom on Adrenal Fatigue in this article : "If you have had a high level of cortisol output for many, many years, your adrenal glands may not be able to stand the tension, or have the resources to sustain such continual, high-level cortisol output and the metabolic consequences this drives. The adrenal glands were never designed to maintain this pattern of production and so cortisol output plummets. In general terms, you “burn out.” In more recent times, this has become known as adrenal fatigue, because the major symptom is a deep and unrelenting fatigue."
How to help your body heal after using antibiotics.
Nature is my religion, the forest is my church.
Inside a glass dome in Northern Norway, lives a family of five. In the inhospitable Arctic climate the Heart Followers have found their unique way of life. In the garden around the little house, they grow their own food all year round. In this nature friendly shelter, they are protected from all kinds of weather, and lives in harmony with the spectacular surroundings, and the elves in the forest.