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Alicia Martin

#protectpubliclands

Join us in the fight to protect our public lands.

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Fall Diffuser Blend

Alicia Martin

Fall Diffuser Blend

We wanted to ring in October properly by sharing a fall diffuser recipe!

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Lavender - The Calming Herb

Alicia Martin Lavender

Lavender - The Calming Herb

Lavender is easily one of my favorite scents. It imparts a feeling of calm and softness upon catching its scent in the air. Smelling it's scent drifting in the breeze as I walk to my greenhouse always brightens my day. This calming beauty has long been known to treat many ailments and has been used in aromatherapy for thousands of years. Join us to explore the history and uses of this wonderful plant! Uses of lavender date back thousand of years, about 2500 years to be exact. It is possible that it could have been used even earlier than that,...

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Plantain: The Healing Leaf

Alicia Martin Help Me Heal infusion plantain

Plantain: The Healing Leaf

Plantain leaf, Plantago major, is one useful little plant that is often viewed as a weed. If you look around, it is very likely that you will find it in your own backyard! This little leaf has many benefits and been used medicinally for thousands of years. Join us to explore the history and magic of this mighty little leaf.

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Calendula: The Healing Flower

Alicia Martin Calendula Healing

Calendula: The Healing Flower

The first ingredient I'd like to feature is one of my personal favorites, calendula. Calendula is a beautiful yellow gold herbaceous flower in the daisy family. It is also referred to as "pot marigold." This healing herb has been historically used to treat anything from minor cuts and burns to various skin ailments like acne and rashes. It has many benefits for the skin which we will highlight in this post!  This is my first calendula bloom ever! I am excited to grow it again for use in our products this year!  Healing benefits: This herb can heal! This is mainly...

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