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LisaLise in the Home Herbalist

A bit of happy dancing is in order. This issue of the Home Herbalist magazine features an article entitled: How to Compose, Make and Use a Facial Cleansing Powder.

Guess who wrote it?

OK, I knew you wouldn't need much prompting.

Yay!

The Home Herbalist is published by lovely lady named Sara who is as smitten with the power of botanicals as I am.

While my focus on the topical use of herbs and plants, The Home Herbalist magazine is more all encompassing and examines all uses.

I learned a few fascinating things reading this issue (which just came in my mailbox today)

You can purchase single issues and subscribe in digital or print format if you visit the site.
For direct access to the current issue with my article, click the pic below.


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