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Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort

Anantara Dhigu's top-notch spa has its roots in ancient Asian healing.

“Garden-to-Glamorous” spa treatments at The Ritz Carlton, Los Angeles incorporate fruits, herbs and botanicals from their lush herb garden. #Spas @The Ritz-Carlton

Renowned as Mexico’s premiere destination spa, the One&Only Spa at Palmilla offers an expansive programme of ancient healing techniques combined with cutting-edge therapies.

The Checkerboard Herb Garden/Even if it rains you can get to your herbs. I can do this with wall stones from the woods, and put it next to the stone patio.

Sedona, Arizona- Mii Amo - 10 Best Destination Spas of 2014 -"The staff and facilities are phenomenal" at this "outstanding, outlandish spa retreat" connected to the Enchantment Resort in a red-rock canyon sacred to Native Americans. Guests choose from 3- 4-and 7 night programs, called Journeys, that include spa treatments.

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PHOTOS: De-Stress At The 15 Best (And Most Affordable) Destination Spas In The World

With a luxurious #spa center, Ayurveda center, multiple pools and saunas, and healing natural hot springs, Lasko Thermal Spa Resort is an oasis in Eastern Europe. The peaceful destination spa is surrounded by a river and mountains, as well as the small village of Celje.

Outdoor Treatment Wikiups at Mii Amo Spa at Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Arizona

Sandalwood: Soothing properties of this fragrant wood. #Ayurveda #Herbs

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Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort: Try the spa's seven-step, Italian-inspired aqua sanitas (healing waters) #JSSpa treatment.

In this podcast, Master Herbalist Rebecca Potter gives some very helpful information on herbs especially good for cold and flu season.

Discovering Dandelion Uses: The Loathed Weed and Cure-All of the Lawn Dandelion was one of the most loved and “esteemed plants of the herbalist," especially by the famous Arabian herbalist Avicenna, and was referred to as “blessed medicine" in the 18th century in Europe. Read more: