From ginseng to ginkgo, many herbs and spices may help keep your brain sharp as you get older. Learn more about which ones benefit the brain, according to research.
— Read on www.verywellmind.com/best-herbs-and-spices-for-brain-health-4047818
Interested in making beautiful floral and herbal infused waters at home?
— Read on wholeelise.com/blog/diy-floral-waters-hydrosols/
Cajun and Creole seasonings are aromatic spice blends that add flavor to roasted meat, grilled fish, and hearty stews. Learn the main difference between these two seasonings and how to use them in your cooking.
— Read on www.masterclass.com/articles/cajun-vs-creole-seasoning-explained
Does stress, exhaustion and burn out sound familiar? A pamper session may be just what you need. Here are 27 simply ways to pamper yourself at home.
— Read on www.lifehack.org/520502/simple-ways-pamper-yourself-home
All tequila comes from the piñas of the blue agave plant, but not all tequila tastes the same. Learn the difference between blanco tequila, extra añejo tequila, and everything in between.
— Read on www.masterclass.com/articles/a-guide-to-types-of-tequila
New moons mean new beginnings. Here, 11 new moon rituals to help you make the most of their energy—and four rituals to avoid.
— Read on stylecaster.com/new-moon-rituals/
What does a plant need to survive and grow? Keeping plants alive isn’t intuitive. The good news is gardening is a very learnable skill.
— Read on houseplantresourcecenter.com/2021/10/what-does-a-plant-need-to-survive-and-grow/
Athletes, elderly people, outdoor workers, and others are all at risk of heat stroke during hot weather. This news release describes the warning signs and how t
— Read on www.newswise.com/articles/recognizing-and-avoiding-heat-stroke-no-sweat