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Herb of the Week: Apothecary’s Rose


Species: Rosa gallica var. officinalis Common names: The Apothecary’s Rose, Rose of Lancaster, Provins Rose History/Folklore: Rosa gallica was beloved to have originated in Persia and was brought to Europe by the Crusaders. There is mention of monks growing and … Continue reading

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New Products for 2014


Happy 2014! Here at Airmeith Naturals we have been busy working on new additions to our product line. After much trial and error we are happy to announce that we will be introducing: Hot Stuff Oil- Made from cayenne, brown … Continue reading

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Fresh Ideas for Valentine’s Day


February 14th, Valentine’s Day is coming up fast and you want to do something a little different this year. You don’t want buy the same old heart shaped box of chocolate and a dozen red roses; you already did champagne … Continue reading

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Herb of the Week: LAVENDER


Lavandula is a genus of 39 species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. The name lavender comes from the Latin root lavare, which means “to wash.” Lavender may have earned this name because it was frequently used in … Continue reading

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Fall / Winter Herbal Stockpile

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Being prepared is always a good thing. Seeing September on the calendar means that the first signs of fall are not far way. Now is the time to start thinking about what your family will need to get through the … Continue reading

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Autumn Tonics & Foods


The beginning of fall brings with it change. Preparing yourself for the cold months ahead is just as important as the more commonly known Spring cleanse. During the fall season it is all about building your immune system, nourishing yourself … Continue reading

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Herbal Bouquets for Summer


Summer offers so many flowers & beautiful greenery for fresh bouquets. At Airmeith Naturals, we like to use some unconventional plants in our bouquets. We would like to share some of our ideas so you can try something a little … Continue reading

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Cultivating a Gardening Habit, Discover the Health Benefits of Yard Work


Feeling the need to exercise, clean up your diet or meditate? Want to be more creative, get out and meet people, enjoy the outdoors, and slow down? There’s one activity in which you can accomplish all of these objectives: gardening. … Continue reading

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Horseradish – Herb of the year for 2011


Horseradish is a botanical superhero, able to clear sinuses, boost the flavor of sauces and provide lush vegetation in a single bound. Its versatility and underappreciated ubiquity make horseradish a perfect candidate for the International Herb Association’s Herb of the … Continue reading

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