Sick for years, Agatha finally learned she had Lyme Disease. She dug into natural healing methods and is now completely recovered. Along the way, she discovered a passion for herbs. She's got a refreshing common sense approach, sharing the best herbs, and how to gather, store, and use them — safely! Get to know Agatha — and herbs — in today's podcast.
And a special treat for you! Agatha gives you step-by-step instructions for making your own herb-infused salves.
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Tip of the Week: Start a Morning Routine
Near the beginning of today's episode, I shared the new morning routine that I'm following and loving… to start my day in the right frame of mind. Please share your morning routine in the comments — I'd love to hear what you do each morning to get in sync with the day ahead and your purpose.
Here's the journaling template I mentioned: Journaling Template from Michael Hyatt.
“Hi, Wardee, I've now baked with my sourdough started quite a few things (your chocolate cake J, biscuits, bread of all kinds). It all comes out crusty'ish… I really need a recipe or a technique for a soft bread and soft buns (sort of like store-bought hamburger buns or soft sandwich bread). Is it possible to create a soft roll/bun/bread out of sourdough?Sorry, to clarify… By soft, I mean soft on the outside, not crusty. It seems the long rising time is hardening the outside (no matter now well I cover it with a towel for the 2nd rise). Everything just seems to come out hard on the outside. I try putting them in the plastic bag after the stuff cools and it softens the crust, but it's still really thick and just too chewy…“
About Agatha Noveille
Agatha Noveille is an herbalist and author residing in northwest Georgia. She is interested in herbal emergency preparedness, community wellness topics, and native and naturalized plants.
About Agatha's Book: The Independent Herbalist
The Independent Herbalist: A Beginner's Guide to Herbal Preparedness is a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in supporting health with simple projects and easily accessible herbs, but especially for those interested in basic herbal first aid and emergency preparedness. Twelve versatile herbs are profiled for health and first aid uses, alongside chapters explaining the basics of making herbal preparations at home, guidance on how and when to use herbs, and the history of herbalism.
- Independent Herbalist
- Independent Herbalist on Facebook
- Independent Herbalist on Twitter
- Athlete's Power Tonic by Herb Pharm
- The Herbal Medicine-Maker's Handbook by James Green
- Healing Lime: Natural Healing and Prevention of Lyme Borreliosis and Its Coinfections
- Learning Herbs
- Mountain Rose Herbs
- Sweet Leaf Stevia
- Sourdough eCourse
- 12 New Year's Resolutions for Herbalists
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