Winter is upon us which also means cold season is here. I have many tricks I like to use to get over a cold quickly, which includes drinking homemade elderberry tea and eating tons of cooked mushrooms. These forms of nourishment help my body fight off infection, but they don't do much to ease the symptoms. For the stuffy nose and sore throat, I love to do a daily steam.
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Rosehip oil is probably one of my favorite skincare ingredients but there is one big misconception about it: it does not contain vitamin C. Yep, you read that right, rosehip oil does not contain vitamin C. Let's take a closer look at rosehips and rosehip oil to find out why I use this amazing plant in my products and why I love making a tincture every fall with fresh hips!
Of all the solstices and equinoxes, winter solstice has always held a special place in my heart. Something about this time of year always feels so special to me. Winter solstice is the day that marks the beginning of festivities, renewal, and slowing down. My favorite roll on for this day smells divine, and really calms my nerves and makes me feel grounded and confident. I am sharing my recipe with you so you can also enjoy what this lovely blend has to offer!