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    Herbal Pantry Shelf. i can't tell you how much I love this!!!

    DIY: How To Store & Make Your Own Herbal Remedies #herbalism #diy #herbalremedy

    How to become an herbalist!

    How to Make Herbal Love Potions: Infused Honeys, Elixirs & Aphrodisiac Recipes (not correct for assignment)

    ✯ Spells and Magic: Mint ✯

    canning pantry

    Hippie Healer's to make your own universal antiseptic herbal ointment

    I love seeing the huge changes from then and now. And I agree, though the vast majority of our pharmaceutical agents are plant derivatives, synthetic and biological products are rapidly gaining ground on the world of botanical medicine. It is not a surprise that most physicians in times past were botanists. In fact one of my undergrad majors was botany...

    Herb drying rack--perfect for me since I grow herbs in my garden. I could make this from recycled hangers.

    Inspiration Vertical Garden. If you made four or five ot these in a row they could be used to create a room divider.

    Plants everywhere, shelves of herbs and spices to the right, and a whole wall of home-made candles hanging in the back! Want.

    only materials you'll need are shelf liner, hot glue, a knife and grip of wine corks.

    Tea tins turned herb garden

    Hanging herb planter-- Can you make this for us?

    Food Storage Shelf

    Herbs: #Herb Drying and Storage Page 1 of 3.

    You will need a black candle pepper rosemary and cloves on waning moon. crush the herbs in your hands to release the oil and then lay them around the base of the candle.Light the candle and say: Release procrastination from mind my slow state I leave behind. Empty now all negativity and leave only peace and clarity. I work with speed. This is my will so shall it be harm to none nor return on me.Repeat this three or nine times

    Great ideal for small space

    Please share this awesome chart of 70+ Amazing Uses For Natural Products! Learning to use these common ingredients can benefit you tremendously in several ways: First, you can keep them in the home and thus avoid having potentially more dangerous, toxic chemical products in the house (which is a great switch if you have kids!)

    What a beautiful use of bell jars, terrariums and an old mail sorting shelf! This is using vintage antiques in a modern way at its best! Via The Slug and The Squirrel