Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Herb of the Week: Thyme

The origin of the name "Thyme" has been traced to two possible sources. Thymus is a Greek name for "courage," but to the Greeks it also meant "to fumigate." It has been used through the centuries as a remedy for many ailments, from epilepsy to melancholy. Nowadays, it is prescribed by herbalists for intestinal worms, gastrointestinal ailments, bronchial problems, laryngitis, diarrhea, and lack of appetite. It has antiseptic properties, and can be used as a mouthwash, skin cleanser, anti-fungal agent for athlete's foot and as an anti-parasitic for lice, scabies, and crabs. For skin inflammations and sores, make a poultice by mashing the leaves into a paste.

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Friday, April 9, 2010

Many Apologies

Hello my pretties, once again, Im here to apologize for fading away.
No, I didn't forget about you =]

My computer crashed, and so I've been rather disconnected for the last week. I will however resume Normal posting, DA updates, LJ posts, and other fancy things that I've done over the last week within the next four days. I hope all of you are well!
Blessed be
Fae Kieran