When I launched My Medicinal Home in 2020, it fulfilled a longtime dream. I love getting to share all I’ve learned about healing and nutrition over the course of my life, and all I’m continuing to learn about new and effective ways to help heal our bodies.
In 2021, I’ve focused less on writing posts or sharing recipes and more on investing in my personal healing. Still, the site stays active with daily views. Thank you to everyone who has left me a comment, shared a post, or written an encouraging message!
If your hands are getting dry during the cool winter months, here’s some help. Only a dab is needed to moisturize your skin with this simple recipe using shea butter, coconut oil and a bit of Vitamin E oil. I use my Moisturizing Body Butter daily!!
I’m not surprised this is the number one post for 2021. Making your own household cleaner is truly safe, inexpensive and easy! I use fresh lemons daily and add the rinds to a jar of vinegar under my sink. In just a few weeks I have lemon vinegar for my cleaning.
That’s a wrap on 2021! Thank you again for taking time to read my posts. I’m so grateful for you! If you would like to receive notifications for future posts, you can follow My Medicinal Home.
A little spring cleaning in your kitchen now, will help give your health a positive jump start before summer. Removing unhealthy items from your home is a necessary step towards better health. But don’t stop there. Having the right food on hand will increase your success in meeting your health goals. You can use the grocery lists below to purchase healthy staples for your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer. Then finish your kitchen makeover by adding in the basic kitchen supplies making healthy food preparation easy and efficient.
Most of us could benefit from eliminating a few things from our lives and adding in more healthy choices. Spring is a great time to make lifestyle adjustments allowing for our bodies to experience new levels of health.
Looking to cut out unhealthy foods like trans fat, preservatives, and high fructose corn syrup, but don’t want to give up your favorite foods? I’ve been using these simple food substitutions in my recipes for years, and continue to evolve into healthier eating habits. Don’t feel like you need to make all these changes at once. Every step towards healthier eating will benefit your body.
It never fails, you buy the Costco tub of spinach and it starts to go bad before it’s finished. After investing time, money and energy buying healthy foods, we’ve all watched them get old too soon. Here are some tips to help keep your food fresh longer.
It’s easy to get confused when it comes to health and wellness. Depending on your goals, your list of healthy tips could look a little different than mine. My goal is healing, so I choose to eat an abundance of fruits and vegetables full of healing flavonoids and antioxidants.
Most people would love to eat a bit healthier … but doing that is a lot easier said than done! Making a few smaller changes can be a great way to start. I recommend focusing on adding an abundance of healthy foods to your diet.