Chamomile According to our research this herb is part of the Ragweed family.  The properties of the herb are carminative, antispasmodic, wound healing, anti-flammatory and antibacterial.    It is also known to be good for nervousness, anxiety and insomnia, also very relaxing tea to enjoy in the morning or late in the evening.   Apparently good for… Read More Chamomile


Calendula (Calendula officinalis) A beautiful yellow flower can be used as externally for sores, skin ulcers, burns and bruises. This flower is also being used in the cosmetic industry and is known to have a soothing feeling.    Although this flower is used in other industries, it is also used in the Tea Industry as a… Read More Calendula


Blackberries & Blackberry leaves Oddly enough this berry contains flavonoid compounds, organic acids, vitamin C, tannins and these are known to have medicinal properties. The roots and leaves are one of many effective treatments for the runs. (Research: “Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health” by Rosemary Gladstar’s)

Antique paper

Creating antique paper Tear or use a fancy scissor cutting tool  (one used in Scrapbooking) on the edges of the paper, then bunch the paper up into a ball, then spread out the paper so that it is flat.    Then use a Black hot tea bag directly over the paper in different sections of the paper. To… Read More Antique paper