Greetings to all folks near and far.
Do you have an herb garden? One of the most enjoyable things I do is to grow herbs. The fragrance from lavender, rosemary, oregano, and other plants that greet me every morning is delightful. I take my first cup of coffee out to my patio, sit down, and just sink into the lovely atmosphere of the rising sun and my fragrant container garden.
From the Folklore and Mythology site at BellaOnline.com.Here is my book review on Scott Cunningham's Encyclopedia Of Magical Herbs, the perfect companion book to Magical Herbalism, also by Cunningham.
Encyclopedia Of Magical Herbs - Review
The depth of research and dedication to the accuracy of the powers of herbs gave us the perfect companion book for Magical Herbalism. Cunningham's Encyclopedia Of Magical Herbs is an excellent resource for herbs and their magical, as well as ritual, uses.
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Till next time, may all your gardens give you as much pleasure as mine gives me. Walk in peace and harmony.
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