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BB-logo-verticalBridget’s Botanicals – 5 Tips 

  1. Introduce yourself to the botanical world of herbal medicine. By being an agent for your health through preventative healthcare and well-being, you can save yourself a significant amount of time and money when you are aware of what herbs you can take at the first signs of sickness.
  1. Drink a cup of tea a day. Teas are an easy and powerful way to nourish your body. A 1 cup overnight herbal infusion of nettle tea has magnesium, calcium, and a slew of other vitamins and minerals that are easy for the body to absorb. This is an excellent herb for women to introduce into their life in a tea blend for optimal nourishment, especially if you find it difficult to cook yourself nourishing meals!
  1. To get your day off to the right start, spritz your face with a mixture of water and a few drops of lavender essential oil. Aromatherapy directly impacts the nervous system and allows us to feel more relaxed, grounded, and ready to deal with what the day brings you.
  1. Peppermint essential oil is a wonderful remedy to carry with you at all times. Reduce muscle tension or your children’s bellyaches by rolling on a diluted mixture of peppermint oil in a carrier oil directly onto tense muscles to help relax them, or your child’s stomach to decrease stomach cramps/spasms. This remedy is also amazing for relieving headaches and itchy bug bites.
  1. Take a walk outside! Surrounding yourself with nature through frequent walks will help you to clear your mind and make you more effective in your work, get a better sleep, and connect with your true self. Get to know your local plants while you’re at it as a fun activity to do by yourself or with your children.

 

Company Description

I provide hand crafted botanical medicine products, interactive educational workshops, and consultations as a conduit to make health & wellness fun and optimize personal and community well-being. Website: www.bridgetsbotanicalworld.com

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