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My indoor chive plant is covered in tiny bugs. Please help
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Long-time lover of plants, first time herb-grower! We’d like to grow herbs in the kitchen, and we’d like to have a gauge for water/a self watering system as thirsty basil is a favorite. Can anyone recommend anything like the link below? Thank you! 🦊❤
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Black specks on mint: what is it?
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Rosemary is SICK!!
https://i.redd.it/s5w98mjomhh31.jpg Hi, I have recently moved my rosemary plant from a suspended rack where it was sitting tight between the basil, thyme, and hot peppers plants. I put it in its own bigger pot about two weeks ago. It started making solid roots but a few days ago there started to be ugly fucking balls popping all around the main stems and lower branches. I'm not clear if its eggs or sickness and even more what to do about it. Leaves have started turning sick too. Its been sitting outside on the back porch which is honestly pretty nasty with many debris and all kinds of imaginable weeds - not that this rosemary knew anything other in its life, but the trouble has started when I put it all by himself. Help please!! submitted by /u/LaFurieRouge [link] [comments] [...]
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Could someone ID this? It’s in my mint patch
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My dill is producing flowers but why isn’t it producing more dill?! It’s 100F here and I water it daily.
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Clinical Vs.  Community Herbalism: Striking A Balance In Your Herbal Practice
As we carve out our individual herbal paths, there are many directions we can choose to go. Every herbalist has their own “way” of practicing herbalism, making the herbalism field vast and diverse. Being an herbalist is certainly never a boring career path for this reason! When choosing an herbal studies program or a way... Read More The post Clinical Vs. Community Herbalism: Striking A Balance In Your Herbal Practice appeared first on Herbal Academy. [...]
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Is this mint rust? There are no corresponding spots on the underside of the leaves.
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Anyone know what’s wrong with my Basil? Black tips on new growing plant.
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Health and Wellness Gift Ideas
This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read my full Disclosure/Disclaimer Policy. Not sure what to give the person who has everything? Why not give them organic health and wellness products? This is a healthy proactive way for them to take charge of their health and feel good about the products they are using. Health and […] The post Health and Wellness Gift Ideas appeared first on Herbal Musings. [...]
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My first setup. Any advice for a beginner?
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Herbs That Help Your Body Adjust To Everyday Life Stressors
  This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read my full Disclosure/Disclaimer Policy. Is life stressing you out? The little things that don’t normally bother you, seem bigger than life? Stress does more  than keep you up at night. Stress affects your entire body, and your systems work less efficiently and become fatigued. These stressors become […] The post Herbs That Help Your Body Adjust To Everyday Life Stressors appeared first on Herbal Musings. [...]
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4 Everyday Ways To Use Hydrosols
I studied herbalism for nearly seven years before I stumbled across hydrosols! When I finally started researching how to use hydrosols, I was amazed that this safe and versatile product wasn’t more popular. Aromatherapist and herbalist Cathy Skipper calls hydrosols “the quiet revolution in plant medicine” (AromaGnosis, 2019), and indeed, they’ve started to gain more... Read More The post 4 Everyday Ways To Use Hydrosols appeared first on Herbal Academy. [...]
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Help, anyone know what this is?
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Anyone know what this is? Smells like oregano or thyme
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Consuming lavender?
Hi. So I work as a lifeguard at a terrace pool in an expensive hotel. It has a huge roof garden with lavenders as tall as a man but entry is completely locked out so it's just decoration. I thought why not then, it'd be a waste to let the lavender flowers and buds dry away so I picked some... like a kilo because I want to make lavender syrup for drinks and coctails. I love everything that has something to do with lavender. The smell, the taste, the aroma, the color. I even chew a few buds of lavender in chewing gum to taste better. I'm taking some blueberry drink (2L) with a handful of lavender in it to work so I can stay hydrated during my shifts. It's my third day drinking a handful of lavender this way and I started feeling mellow, bit of sleepy and I feel like as if I were butter and could be spread over bread and melting. Not a bad feeling. I'm just curious if I continue this way will it harm my health? If no can I continue drinking lavender this way? If yes, what is the average dose of lavender I can consume safely? I tried to find answers on the web but all I could find that lavender has calming herbal effect and how much lavender extract is safe to take in but not the flowers. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you. submitted by /u/SirMephistoPheles1 [link] [comments] [...]
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