Whether the words “Pumpkin” and “Spice” make you roll your eyes or get you EXCITED, the season for P.S. overload is here! And we at Penn Herb welcome anything spice related. So bring it on, Autumn! We even have a homemade syrup RECIPE that might rekindle your love. (Spoiler alert: it’s pumpkin spice flavored…)
How about a superfood that’s cheap, has no calories, is associated with relaxation and pleasure, tastes good, and is available everywhere, from the finest restaurants to the local diner?
Herbs come in all forms – bark, root, leaf, seed, flower, whole, cut & sifted, powder. Learning how to use each form will help you experience their beneficial properties effectively.
Dr. Susan Smith Jones shares how to use Bergamot and Frankincense oils for daily skin care and calming stress relief.
Lavender is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils used worldwide to reduce stress, provide relaxation, repel insects, and much more. Here are some of my favorite ways to use Lavender.
It’s not easy to get your brain back in gear after a long holiday weekend or after returning from a fun-filled vacation. Boost brain power with these think-better botanicals.
Staying calm, cool, and collected during the hot and humid summer days is as easy as experimenting with your favorite cooling herb.
Essential oils are the power of nature – concentrated! Discover the 100-year old Swiss essential oil formula known the world over as Olbas Oil!
There is nothing quite like the cozy flame and calming scent from a candle burning especially during those cold, gloomy, or rainy days. Here’s a super easy step-by-step guide to making your own homemade candles using pure essential oils and herbs.