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Flowering Sustainable Herb for Good Health

Blue CurlsĀ  Trichostema lanatum Blue Curls are easy to grow even in our long drought. Right now I have beautiful purple-blue blooms on my garden plant, and the only water it has received is from rain. Locally, Cahuilla boil the leaves and flowers for stomache tea, and Kumeyaay use the tea for colds. Other tribes […]

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Routine, Prickly Pear

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September 2012 Routine Finding time every day for your yoga practice becomes easy when you have a regular time and place for it. Fall is often a time for new beginnings or a renewed commitment. Getting into a yoga routine can give you the experience of the benefits of what you are looking for from […]

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