I made my own yesterday and its so easy, and my plants will love it!!
I found this interesting video, which helps you to braid garlic, enjoy!!
I will borrow this from Nicole!! Check her page which is exceptional =)
Yarrow is an easy herb to find and something that many herbalists keep in their stockpile. It’s useful for its use in blocking bleeding, toning skin, treating cold and flu, reducing blood pressure, improving circulation, and reducing fevers, among other things. Let’s look at some of the ways to use it.Continue reading “50 Ways to use Yarrow”
Another interesting and healthy recipe!!
This one just popped up ta my FB Timeline today!!
*Heather’s Wild Dandelion Pesto Recipe*
Hey there goodfolks!
Today I got out of the blue 3 “The Lost Book Of Herbal Remedies” while I already have one!! I contacted the authors, but -just thinking- if one of you wants one, take contact with the authors https://thelostherbs.com/contact/, give them my name and the case, pay them, and I will send you the book!!
This fantastic book is in soft cover.
One more fantsic cource has ended yesterday with a successfull liter of soap!!
This time it was not a block-soap, the “normal” result when one uses NaOH, but with a soft soap!
The recipe is very very easy:
900 g Olive Oil
342g Distilled water
…. and you star making the soap as if you are about to make a hard soap.
We continued to cook it towards a “warm process soap” and when it was about 7-8 pH we added approx 160 mg Isoproyl allcohol, this is around 12% of the sum weight of the other ingredients =)
This soft soap can be used as a base for everything like a floorsoap, washing mashine, handsoap, body and hair soap depending on the added ingredients.
In order to make a floorsoap do not superfat it. I also add some lyewaer from my Birchashes – In order to make a shampoo superfat it with 5-10% of an oil you prefere like avocado, almond, wheetgerm, the list is long …. and fragrance or essential oil =)
This post are some tips for how to use your lye-water! (https://blog.on-earth.one/2020/01/17/lye-water-from-my-ashes/)
Its a couple of weeks ago, I decided to give it one more try to make my own KOH (Kalium Hydroxide) water to use it for making soap or cleaning.
So you can see the procedure:
(Utensils: only stainless steel pots and spoons, soft water from rain, snow or distilled, ashes from hardwood, filters, googles, gloves. )