Our Favorite Recipes
We might as well admit it.
We actually don’t work with recipes most of the time. Instead, we put a few things together that make sense for what we want and what we have on hand. We’ve come to prefer teaching our students this thinking process, too, so they can move beyond relying on recipes for the right answers ( … since the only right answers are found inside anyways).
However, when you are just getting started, recipes are awesome! We know that if we were to say, take up French cuisine, we’d want recipes or some other step-by-step instruction to begin with.
So, we’ve been getting some of our favorite recipes and remedies on paper, so that you can try out what we know works for us.
Recipes from Our Blog
An uplifting, balancing blend, this combination of essential oils was a part of the beginning of the Atlantic Institute of Aromatherapy. It still holds a special place Sylla’s heart.
I’ve got to say that living at home does have its perks. One plus of living with Mom is that I get to use her face serum (which also means I get to be lazy and avoid making my own). The downside of using her face serum is that it runs out twice as fast! Lucky for me,...
Springtime means new growth, flowers, and … pollen. For many of us, that means lots of sneezing, a runny nose, and red eyes. Find out about our favorite remedy for allergies. It is easy to make and it’s tasty!
Hot Pepper Jelly is another holiday favorite that was a local homemade gift for my mom at the holidays. She always had it on hand with cream cheese and Ritz crackers. This year, my daughter Nyssa gave me some locally-made balsamic pepper jelly. I thought this would be a great time to continue exploring aromatic creations like my recent aromatic medicinal honeys.
We discussed aromatic honey in our internal use blog, but we wanted to expand on that and share some more variations. This includes honey, jams, and chocolate!
In celebration of the Spring Equinox and our new virtual home, we wanted to bring you an inspirational spring-time blend.