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Juniper Berries - Gin

It’s 6 O’clock somewhere!

December 15, 2017

Gin has seen something of a revival this year with many new brands and twists on flavours appearing. So, are they worth trying this Christmas? Interesting Facts The word Gin takes its name from a Dutch word ‘genever’ meaning juniper. Gin must include juniper in order to be called Gin. There are as many as […]

Turquoise Crystal

Christmas Offer + Turquoise December Birthstone

December 1, 2017

Were you born in December? If so, you will likely already know that Turquoise is your birthstone. But the Turquoise stone is associated with many properties which would be beneficial to anyone, particularly around the holiday season. Turquoise Properties Prosperity and good fortune, happiness and success are just a few of its abilities. It is […]

Chilli Peppers

Hot & Fiery Chillies

November 3, 2017

In the spirit of Bonfire Night, I thought we would explore hot and fiery chillies. Do you know your Komodo Dragon from your Bird Eye? There is no doubt that chillies have grown in popularity, sometimes with whole festivals put in place to celebrate everything chilli! Fact from Fiction Due to their flavour many people […]

Butterflies

Superstitions: Butterflies

October 20, 2017

Butterflies are very revered creatures, but what you may not realise is their connection to ‘the soul’, as superstitions go, some people believed that souls go on to reside in flowers – plants like thyme and foxglove, but more commonly the thought is that souls rest in insects and animals, particularly the butterfly and that […]

Wicca

Wiccan Magical Tools

October 13, 2017

Many religions use tools for the purposes of rituals, and in some cases these are universal, like incense or an altar. Whilst you might imagine that the tool has some power in itself, in reality it is there to act as a focus of the power you are summoning. Tools may be made, purchased or […]

Celtic Knot

Celtic Symbols

September 27, 2017

Celtic tradition marks each turning cycle with the ‘Wheel of the Year’, the Autumn Equinox on the 22nd September brings in ‘Mabon’, celebrating the mid-point between Lammas (1st August) – the start of the harvest, and Samhain (31st October), representing the end of harvest. During Mabon the nights begin to draw longer and a winter […]

Edible Flowers

Flowers to Grow and Eat

September 1, 2017

Edible flowers have been growing in popularity this summer, as a way to make a meal or cake even more beautiful and delicious. Supermarkets have been quick to notice the trend and are now selling flowers ready prepared for you to add to your baking and cooking. But if you fancy growing your own, or […]

Baby Fever

Superstitions: Fertility

August 11, 2017

In time gone by there was quite a lot of mystery surrounding fertility in humans, more time was probably spent on worrying about animal husbandry and growing crops. And of course, there were inherent dangers in childbirth, in a time without doctors and medical facilities, so it is only natural that at this time people […]

Eat, Sleep, Live Well

Eat to Sleep

July 21, 2017

At one point or another most of us will suffer periods where we cannot get to sleep, no doubt you will have tried and tested tips for such times like taking a hot bath, camomile tea, keeping a room cool, keeping a room dark, having a break from TV and electronics before bedtime etc. But […]

International Friendship Day

International Friendship Day

July 14, 2017

The Date: The 30th July will see us celebrating International Friendship Day, up until 2011 different countries celebrated on different dates, but then the United Nations declared the day to be an international event to take place each year on the 30th July. The Idea: They want to create the idea that friendship between people, […]