In the last blog of the series you may recall I interviewed Angie Jackson. Angie offered this excellent tip for students struggling in their studies: My advice on studying, in general, is to slow down! It’s not a race to get through the chapter. Read each chapter like it’s something to be enjoyed. Meditate on […]
An international team of scientists from the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Agriculture and Environment recently identified that Neanderthals “cooked veggies and used plants for medicine”.  What does this mean to us? While much of the research about Neanderthals describes them as primarily meat eaters, this new research suggests that they consumed far more […]
Responding to stress is something people naturally do to help regulate the body—but staying in a constant state of stress will eventually have negative health effects. Cortisol, also called the stress hormone, is part of the body’s natural response to stress, but when released at high levels, or when is it not allowed to disperse […]
ACHS President Dorene Petersen Contributes to Rose! Herb of the Year 2012 Published by International Herb Association
Earth Day is every day! Learn more about the natural, green therapeutic benefits of the essential oil of Rose beyond smelling sweet.