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Lavender Citrus Semifreddo with Lavender Pine Nut Crumble by Ingrid .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:15pm A dear friend of mine shared her lavender ice cream experience with me after telling her about my recent purchase of culinary lavender. She said: “It was the most unusual flavor. First it was kind of perfume-y, but then I started to enjoy the flavor. You have to try it” Since reading up on the use of lavender in recipes, I learne ... Read on »
Review :: Nourish Baby Organics Lavender Wash, Lavender Balm + Coconut Balm by S+E Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 8:17pm Nourish Baby Organics hit my radar on Twitter a couple months ago, and shortly thereafter I was checking out their packaging (love it) and ingredients (love them) and then eagerly got in touch with Melissa Vines, the head mama over at NBO.  But it was obvious that the only true test would be to try the products on a real baby.  So d ... Read on »
How To Make Lavender Tea by Natural Weight Loss Blog Posted Fri 20 Apr 2012 5:48pm Tea is known for being a relaxing brew which is enjoyed around the globe as both a warm and as cold drink. Tea-drinking has many benefits, and when coupled with lavender which has many health and well-being benefits of its own, it becomes something of a super-brew! Lavender recipes are more common than one would think, with many people cho ... Read on »
Lavender & Botox: A Good Combination by Colette Bouchez Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 17 Jun 2011 3:18am By Colette Bouchez Thinking about trying some anti-wrinkle Botox Cosmetic injections, but feeling just a bit squeamish about needles in your face? Try inhaling some lavender essential oil just before you hit the dermatologist's office and the whole treatment may seem a lot easier to endure. That’s the suggestion of a new study just ... Read on »
5 Summer Uses for Lavender Oil by Anne S. Posted Fri 12 Jul 2013 12:01am Summer is a wonderful time of year… but personally, I kind of dread it because it comes with some unfortunate baggage. You know, stuff like bugs (Ticks! Mosquites! Spiders! Yuck!), poison ivy, heat, heatstroke, heat headaches, sunburns… yeah, all that stuff I don’t really like. This year, though, I’m armed and ready to actually enjoy all ou ... Read on »
Lavender and Peace & Calming ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 7:38pm Lavender and Peace & Calming Freshly cultivated and steam distilled, the essential oils in Young Living's collection are life-enhancing gifts from the plant kingdom, revered for centuries for their restorative properties to body, mind, and spirit. Pure essential oils now re-emerge as a key solution to the challenges facing modern li ... Read on »
One-Bowl Olive Oil Pound Cake with Lemon & Lavender by Camilla S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Sep 2010 11:10am Nickerdoodle is home today with an earache and mild fever, so we've spent most of the day shuttling to the doctor and pharmacy and grocery store. But now we're home to stay, and savoring trains, trucks and Curious George. The cake came out perfectly, if I do say so myself. And much to my surprise, Nick loved it too! I thought he ... Read on »
Culinary Lavender by Ingrid .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:15pm Culinary lavender is a versatile herb used in many recipes by professional chefs and people who enjoy spicing things up in the kitchen. There are multiple ways in which the pretty purple hue of lavender adds to the look of a dish, and its flavor contributes a floral, citrus, sometime peppery, note to sweet and savory dishes. Types of Cu ... Read on »
Lighting the Falls lavender Epil... by Serene L. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:58pm Lighting the Falls lavender Epilepsy awareness campaign brightens Niagara NIAGARA FALLS Niagara's natural wonder will be bathed in lavender light tonight to help raise awareness of epilepsy. Epilepsy Niagara has launched its annual ca ... Read on »
Prepubertal Enlarged Breasts (Gynecomastia) Linked to Lavender and Tea Tree Oils by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:31pm Did you know that breast reduction surgery for BOYS was one of the most common cosmetic surgeries for kids? Endocrine disruptors (e.g., pthalates) are probably a big culprit. But some natural stuff can have hormonal effects, too. Check this out (and if you have any conditions related to estrogen sensitivity--i.e., breast cancer, you might want ... Read on »