The Tiny House Farm Blog
Posted by Brian and Laura Wrede on
In years past rice was a traditional way to send a bride and groom on their way as they exited the church. It was meant to be an expression of good wishes for a bountiful harvest, a house full of children, and prosperity. Today we have discovered that rice can hurt wild birds so venues don't allow it any more. So couples have opted for other wedding exit celebrations such as sparklers, pom poms, and ribbon wands.
Posted by Laura Wrede on
Each year it seems that the cold and flu season gets longer and stronger. After the devastating effects of the flu season of 2017 - 2018 - and the failure of medicines to fight it - many families started looking for ways to combat illness naturally. There are many herbs that have been studied for their flu and cold fighting properties. And of course, rather than being reactive, adding these herbs for colds and flu to our day-to-day diets is a proactive approach to healthcare. The following list of herbs have been part of various studies for their antiviral, antibacterial, and/or inflammation...