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Bug Off Woods & Camp Spray

Posted by Janelle Carriere on

Bug Off Woods & Camp Spray

What really keeps the mosquitos away? When people think insect repelling natural essential oils, most often Citronella is the first thing that comes to mind. Citronella is the big go-to of essential oils and candles for everything insect repellant, it gets put into everything but it’s not actually the strongest. At best, it’s on par with the same strength as regular eucalyptus and lavender essential oils for keeping bugs away. Research has shown that the strongest bug and mosquito repelling natural essential oil is actually Lemon Eucalyptus! Learn more about the properties of Lemon Eucalyptus from www.aromaweb.com Lemon Eucalyptus is...

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Herbal Ice Cubes - Sangria with a Twist

Posted by Janelle Carriere on

Herbal Ice Cubes - Sangria with a Twist

Have you tried making herbal ice cubes at home yet? There are many different edible flowers and herbs you can add to your ice cube tray to give your drink a fun twist!⠀⠀ Wild Roses & Daisies look beautiful in a glass of iced tea – cubes! You can also add mint, basil, rosemary, or any of your favourite garden herbs!      As the ice thaws, it will slowly change the flavour profile of your drink, making every sip fun and exciting! If you’re using your herbal ice cubes for fresh iced tea or sangria, add fresh brewed tea...

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Clean Green Spring Giveaway 2021

Posted by Janelle Carriere on

Clean Green Spring Giveaway 2021

Giveaway Announcement! It’s official. Spring is HERE! It’s been a long winter and we are so excited for the fast approaching warm weather and of course to get back into the garden! As you may know, Earth Day is fast approaching… As we began to think deeper about what this means… we decided that it would be wrong to only celebrate our beautiful Mother Earth for ONE day. We’ve decided to keep the celebration going all season long. Heck… all YEAR long! Just as we should be celebrating WOMEN all year long, not only on International Women’s Day… We should...

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Science of the Unknown

Posted by Monika Meulman on

Science of the Unknown

Tackling the idea of Intuition vs. science. There’s so many different layers to what this could mean, and how it could be presented.. The Science of the Unknown or, the Science of what we do not yet know.     We’ve discovered a lot over the past hundreds of years. How can we decipher or wade through the science of the unknown? Let’s explore a few examples that we’ve encountered throughout history.   Our First Example: Hysteria First to note is Hysteria, once believed to be a medical condition, a physical ailment specific to women, that caused anxiety, depression irritability,...

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