Healthy Juice / Smoothie Recipes

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Hey everyone and welcome back for another day of learning.

Down below will be healthy juice recipes that can be used to help heal.

Monster Green Juice

 1 cup broccoli / 1 cup cucumber / 2 cup romaine lettuce / 1/2 cup cilantro / 1/2 green apple *optional / 1 lime

Instructions: Wash your produce and run through a juicer.

Mood Booster

Men who consumed high levels of folate from green leafy vegetables enjoyed a reduced risk on lung cancer. Women who consumed more leafy greens were 44 percent less likely to get breast cancer, according to an Iowa Women’s Health Study.

  1. 4 broccoli spears / 1/2 cup spinach leaves / 3 Swiss chard leaves / 1/2 bell pepper

2. 3 ribs celery / 1/2 small beet / 1 cup blueberries

Kidney Juice

Cabbage is a master healer to the gut and digestive system, and loaded with phytonutrients known to guard against cancer and cleanse your kidneys too.

1 head fennel, chopped / 1/4 green apple / 3 cups purple cabbage, chopped

Berry Dream

Beetroot and carrots are a match made in heaven for a detox or morning pick me up. Even though its not popular juicing cabbage is very beneficial.

2 beets / 2 carrots / 1 cup strawberries / 6-8 cabbage leaves

Inflammation Juice

Celery is used to purify the blood and reduce inflammation in the body which can help to clear skin.

2 ribs celery / 1 carrot / 1 cup parsley / 1 cup cucumber

Bone Juice

High content of vitamin K is essential in anchoring calcium in bones, making it important to bone health.

2-4 granny smith medium apple / 2 celery stalks / 2 kale leaves / 1 lemon peeled / 4 cups of spinach

Hormone Green Smoothie

This smoothie recipe you’re loading up on vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. You will also enjoy the healthy hormone balancing fats for glowing skin and more energy.

1 kiwi / 1/2 cup kale / 1/ 2 green apple, cored / 1/2 lemon / 1 tsp honey or 1 pitted date / 1 tbsp around flax / 1/2 cup of coconut water or milk

Instructions: Blend in the blender on high until smooth and enjoy.

Apricot Smoothie

Rich in Vitamin A to protect your eyes, Vitamin C to protect you from free radical damage, potassium to encourage good heart function and fiber to nourish the intestines. These little fruits are super nourishing. You can also switch up the herb and use ginger, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg or cloves in place of or in combination with the mint.

1 cup fresh or frozen apricots / 1 fresh or frozen banana / 5 -6 mint leaves, stems removed / 1 cup coconut or almond milk

Citrus Cold Buster Smoothie

Limes are a part of the citrus family which you most likely know means that they are a great source of the all-important vitamin C. But limes can do so much more than prevent scurvy! Limes are also great sources of calcium and folate and have been shown in studies to help prevent cancers of the colon, stomach and blood.

1 orange, peeled / 1 lemon, peeled / 1 lime, peeled / 2 dates, pitted / 2 cups green lettuce / 1 cup of water or coconut water

Instructions: Peel your citrus fruits, pit your dates and blend together until smooth. Due to the citrus, this smoothie is best enjoyed right away and can become bitter if let to sit.

Always consult with your doctor or health provider if you have any health concerns.

Social Wellness

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Hey everyone, it dawned on me today that I never finished my health and wellness series and I apologize for that so here we go! Today we are going to be learning about social wellness.

A Quick Recap

Social Wellness

Social wellness refers to the relationships we have and how we interact with others. Our relationships can offer support during difficult times. Social wellness involves building healthy, nurturing, and supportive relationships as well as fostering a genuine connection with those around you. It is important to remember to find your balance in life. Practicing self care embraces basic needs such as getting enough sleep, bathing and brushing your teeth, eating healthy, exercising regularly and avoiding negative coping mechanisms like smoking, not sleeping or over-drinking.

It is also good to remember to get to know yourself identify your needs, preferences and values and communicate them to the people around you. In every relationship, there are two people involved and each contributes to any situation that comes up, whether positive or negative. Take responsibility for yourself in disagreements or conflict by using “I” language and don’t push all the blame onto the other person. When an individual argues for the sake of being “right” rather than trying to understand the other side, the other person may feel invalidated or unheard. This can result in resentment, further conflict and the eventual end of the relationship. It is very important to set proper boundaries.

To learn more about boundaries: https://humblesoullifeofajuicer.wordpress.com/2022/05/12/boundaries/

How can you improve your social wellness?

Disconnect to connect make it a regular routine to disconnect from technology every day to spend time in face-to-face communication with yourself, friends family members and professional colleagues. ( If you have the space for it)

Be positive as you can! Put disappointments, complaints, and worries aside for a while and enjoy the present. ( Try daily affirmations)

Improve time management, give yourself time in the morning and evening before being “busy”. Say a morning prayer, have a glass of warm water with lime, meditate etc.

Take care of yourself first.

Build healthy relationships. As a child you learn the social skills you need to form and maintain relationships with others. For a lot of people I know including myself you may not have had your social and emotional needs met fully but it is your responsibility as an adult to not repeat the past.( Google shadow work )

You can learn ways to improve your relationships. It’s important to know what a healthy relationship looks like and how to keep your connections supportive. It is also very important to be honest with anyone you are building a relationship with about how you are feeling. If they respect your boundaries they will understand but again it is important you always respect your own.

Check In With Your Social Wellness

Reflect on yourself and your social needs. What aspects of your social life do you enjoy? What parts would you like to improve?

Make an effort to keep in touch with supportive friends and family

Are you able to communicate clearly when dealing with conflict?

Participate in group discussions and practice active listening

How are you at asking for help?

Do you surround yourself with people who you can trust and you know care about you?

Are you able to communicate clearly when dealing with conflict?

Do you have at least one good friend you can count on?

Are you okay being alone?

How do you express your emotions?

What do you use to cope?

Do you respect your own boundaries?

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Herbs In The Garden

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Hey everyone, and Happy Herb Sunday on a Monday! In this series you will learn about herbs and how they grow and how you can use them. From shaping to freezing I hope you learn something new everyday.

Today we are learning about herbs and how you can dry them.

Drying is the easiest method of preserving herbs. Simply expose the leaves, flowers or seeds to warm, dry air.

Leave the herbs in a well ventilated area until the moisture evaporates.

Why do you hang herbs upside down?

Hanging upside down allows the essential oils to flow downward from the stems to the leaves.

Herbs with a higher moisture content (basil, tarragon, mint, lemon balm) need to be dried more quickly, so they won’t mold.

Allow seven to ten days to dry, depending on the size of the branches and humidity.

Wondering if they’re completely dry? If the leaves sound like crisp cornflakes when crushed, they’re good to go. You also can air-dry herb seeds like fennel, parsley, caraway and coriander.

How To Oven-Dry Herbs;

Place herb leaves or seeds on a cookie sheet one inch deep or less. Put herbs in an open oven on low heat less than 180 degrees F for 2-4 hours.

To see if the herbs are dry, check if leaves crumble easily.

Can dried herbs expire?

Dried herbs and spices don’t truly expire or “go bad” in the traditional sense. When a spice is said to have gone bad, it simply means that it has lost most of its flavor, potency, and color. Fortunately, consuming a spice that has gone bad is unlikely to make you sick.

Alkalinity Vs. Acidity

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Hey everyone, hope you all are doing okay. Today we are going to learning about alkalinity and acidity.As always, please remember I am not a doctor yet! Everything stated here is based on my family and my opinion, training, and research. So please consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet.

Acidity is measured on pH scale, which can range from zero to 14. If the pH is lower than 7, it is acidic and if it is higher than 7, it is alkaline. A pH of seven is neutral.

The skin, stomach, bladder, and vaginal area are highly acidic to protect us from outside invaders. Whereas most of our other organs and cells function best in an alkaline pH. Because many enzymes and chemical reactions in the body work best at a particular pH, a small change in the pH can have a profound effect on body function. The pH level at which your body works best is around 7.4.

Symptoms of acidity include:

Yeast infections/ Fatigue/ Weight gain/ Acne/ Allergies/ Cavities/ Headache/ Coughing Arrhythmia/ Vomiting / Nausea/ Diarrhea/ Bloating

Ways to balance your water

Baking Soda; With a Ph level of 8, it is the most popular. The recommended recipe is 1/8 tablespoon in 8 fluid ounces of boiled water. You can stir or shake until you can longer see the powder. Baking Soda is high in sodium, and the taste is bitter. If you are on a special diet that needs cutting down salt, the benefits may not be worth the risks to try this method.

Lemon Juice; Lemon juice is part of an alkaline diet. The juice, while highly acidic (typically having a pH of 2 or 3), is claimed to produce essential byproducts when metabolized. It was found that lemon juice can increase urine pH. However, science has yet to confirm the real impact this juice has on your blood pH or the claimed alkalinity-related health benefits of this drink. Similar to the baking soda recipe, you can add ⅛ tablespoon of lemon juice in 8 fluid ounces of clean water. You may want to juice the lemons beforehand and store the juice in the fridge for future use.

Ph drops are very popular and are highly concentrated minerals and electrolytes. You only need to add a couple of drops to each glass of water to increase its pH. The liquids usually come in small handy bottles so you can carry them everywhere with you. One single bottle can improve the pH of hundreds of glasses of water. This makes these drops a favored choice compared to lemon juice or Baking Soda.

You can find some here; https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FJ26CUQ/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=ll1&tag=luna0bc-20&linkId=bcc241f6f256f6dadf53eb510995262e

You can also use a Water filtration system, Water Filter Pitcher, and or Water Ionizer. I also drink coconut water for hydration. It is delicious if you are sick and dehydrated or after a long night out. Something cool to know is Alkaline, and coconut water is perfectly fine for light exercisers to drink after their workout sessions, but these beverages fall short for more hard-core athletes. Another fact is potassium can help lower blood pressure and enhance heart health. Coconut water is a good source of this mineral. But it’s preferable to get it by eating whole foods like spinach, sweet potatoes, and other vegetables, and drinking low-fat milk, because these options provide additional heart-healthy nutrients, such as fiber and vitamin D.

Did you know?

The pH of the food itself does not dictate how it reacts in our body. For example, one might think that fresh lemons and limes and raw organic apple cider vinegar are acidic, but they actually become alkaline when consumed.

PH Balances In Products;

Household Lye- 13.5 to 14.0

Bleach-11 to 13

Ammonia-11.5 to 12.0

Milk of magnesia- 9.3 to 10.0

Borax-8.4 to 10

Baking soda- 8.0

Sea Water-7.4

Blood-7.0

Distilled Water-6.7

Milk-6.2

Corn-6.0

Boric Acid- 4.2

Vinegar- 3

Question of the day update

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Hi everyone, Question of the day update will now be question of the week. I have been working more on my mental health and need to stop biting off more than I can chew. I sometimes have so many ideas at once I burn myself out! So moving forward I may post more than one blog post a day or may take a few days off. I will be posting every Tuesday (for Tasty Tuesday) and Wednesday (for Wellness Wednesday) and also on Sunday’s for (Herbs In The Garden).

Herbs In The Garden:

In this series you will learn about herbs and how they grow and how you can use them. From shaping to freezing and much more.

I hope you learn something new everyday.

Juice + Disorder

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Happy #WellnessWednesday!  Today we are back learning about Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory, and mood issues. (Also referred to as widespread pain)

(fi·bro·my·al·gi·a)

Symptoms:

Pain and stiffness all over the body

Fatigue and tiredness

Depression and anxiety

Sleep problems

Problems with thinking, memory, and concentration

Headaches, including migraines

Risk Factors:

Beneficial Juices:

Sex. Women are twice as likely to have fibromyalgia as men

Stressful or traumatic events, such as car accidents, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Repetitive injuries

Illness (such as viral infections)

Family history

Obesity

Beneficial Juices:

Recipe for cleansing and energy:

3 sprigs of parsley

1 handful of spinach

1 handful of watercress

3 apples

Recipe for daily nutrition:

1 sweet potato

4 carrots

1 stalk broccoli

1 sprig of peppermint (optional)

Fruits and vegetables to eat and juice:

Apples, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Fennel, Green Beans, Jersalem Artichokes, Onions, Squash, Sweet Potato, Watercress

Herbs that help:

Milk Thistle

Calendula 

Dandelion 

Turmeric 

Garlic 

Echinacea 

Foods Trigger Fibromyalgia Pain?

Foods that trigger fibromyalgia pain vary from one person to the next, and what may worsen your symptoms may not have the same effect on someone else.

Processed foods often have a lot of additives (excitotoxins) that can worsen some symptoms of fibromyalgia. Excitotoxins include:

Monosodium glutamate (MSG), a common flavor enhancer

Nightshade fruits and vegetables

These include tomatoes, bell peppers, white potatoes, eggplant, chilies and paprika.

Dairy Products 

Gluten 

Refined carbohydrates

Oily, Fried foods

Kids 101

Between 1% and 7% of children are thought to have fibromyalgia or similar conditions.

In children, fibromyalgia is called juvenile primary fibromyalgia syndrome (JPFS). One of the most effective ways to treat fibromyalgia in teens and children is by using coping strategies to manage the pain. A technique called cognitive behavioral therapy helps children with fibromyalgia learn what triggers their pain and how to manage it.

PH Balance

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Hey everyone, Here with a short but informational post. I have exciting news coming soon!!! As always, feel free to ask questions!

What is ph; balance?

Ph Balance is referred to as its acid-base balance. It is the level of acids and bases in your blood at which your body functions best. Your human body is built to maintain and balance healthy acid and alkaline levels naturally. An average blood pH level is between 7.3 and 7.45 on a scale of 0 to 14, where 0 is more acidic, and 14 is the most below. It’s essential to have healthy kidneys and lungs to maintain a healthy ph balance. When you exhale, you are sending out carbon dioxide, and that helps regulate the balance. 

The amount of carbon dioxide you exhale is a function of how deeply you inhale or exhale. Your brain continually monitors this to maintain the proper pH balance in your body. Your diet, lifestyle, and overall health state all factor into whether your body is too acidic, but you can help balance your pH by choosing a healthy diet and habits. For example, foods with high alkalinity include watermelon, cucumbers, strawberries, lemons, apples, asparagus, avocados, broccoli, celery, cabbage, spinach, wheatgrass, chia seeds, cold-pressed coconut oil, and extra virgin olive oil. Overall, a diet high in veggies and fruits packed with calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, and other alkalizing minerals can go a long way in helping to reach pH balance in the body. Avoiding chemical-laden foods, sugars, and refined carbs are essential, too. DRINK YOUR WATER!

What is ph; balance for queens?

For my ladies, the pH level of your sweet stuff, whether it’s acidic or basic, plays an essential part in determining whether it’s healthy. The average PH level is between 3.8 and 4.5. What can cause a pH imbalance varies from unprotected sex, periods, douching, and antibiotics.

Signs to look out for if you think your ph is off is a fishy smell, gray or green discharge, itching, or burning when you urinate. To maintain healthy sweet stuff, take probiotics, don’t douche, and please LISTEN TO YOUR BODY. I promise your sweet stuff will let you know what’s right for you and who’s good for you. Take time to get to know her. See your OB-GYN regularly and get tested often. Eat a well-balanced diet and DRINK WATER. Humble Soul Juicing has an Avocado smoothie that will help with keeping a well-balanced body.

Did you know?

Orange juice, which has always been touted as an excellent health tonic during cold and flu season, has a low, acidic pH of around 3.4, acidifying the body and weakening the immune system. Orange juice is 10,000 times more acidic than the pH of your blood.

Alkaline water hydrates every cell in our bodies and keeps our internal arteries and tissues running clean, clear, and in vibrant health. Water is just one part of maintaining a delicate pH balance of 7.365 in our blood and tissues.

https://www.healthline.com/health/womens-health/vaginal-ph-balance#symptoms

https://www.gardenoflife.com/content/ph-balance-health/

IBS and It’s Connections To Adenomyosis & Endometriosis

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Hey everyone, welcome back, and today we will talk about IBS and its connection to adenomyosis and endometriosis. I will tell you below for those who don’t know what IBS is or what the other two are.

IBS stands for Irritable bowel syndrome, which is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. IBS is a chronic condition that you’ll need to manage long term.

Adenomyosis is a condition in which the uterus’s inner lining (the endometrium) breaks through the uterus’s muscle wall (the myometrium). Adenomyosis can cause menstrual cramps, lower abdominal pressure, and bloating before menstrual periods, resulting in heavy periods.

Treatments: Hysterectomy, Pain Medicine, Birth Control, and Hormone therapy

Endometriosis (en-doe-me-tree-O-sis) is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that usually lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining your pelvis.

Treatments:  Hysterectomy, Pain Medicine, Birth Control, Hormone therapy, Conservative surgery, and Aromatase inhibitors 

If you are new to my blog, you should know that I am on the verge of having stage 2 adenomyosis and have IBS. In the medical world, ando ( for short) is known to get progressively worse over time without treatment. Not much research has been done, and I plan to change that now back to business. 

A common symptom of all three conditions are visceral sensitivity. This means someone with either condition has a lower pain tolerance for abdominal or pelvic pain. Their nerve endings may be especially sensitive. This can lead to a heightened response to pain. Some of the additional shared symptoms between all three and IBS include: 

  • abdominal cramping 
  • bloating 
  • diarrhea 
  • nausea 
  • pain with bowel movements
  • painful periods

Because of the shared symptoms, women tend to be misdiagnosed. 

How are they diagnosed? 

Honestly, they wing it. Doctors don’t have just one test that diagnoses either condition. When diagnosing IBS, doctors often try to rule out other medical conditions that cause similar symptoms. For example, lactose tolerance or Crohns disease. They may also order a colonoscopy or endoscopy. For ando & endo, there are a few different ways to be diagnosed, such as:

  • Pelvic Exam
  • Ultrasound ( Vaginal)
  • Surgical laparoscopy 
  • Medications 

What is it caused by?

Ando: 

There is currently no definitive cause; however, some research has suggested that hormones may play a role. Specific hormones thought to play a role include estrogen, prolactin, progesterone, and follicle-stimulating hormone. It seems to be a condition to occur later in life, in women who have had children already. Having had a C-section at some point appears to be a risk factor, as the procedure itself breaks through the uterine wall. Also I have seen cases of young women around 9 or 10. 

Endo:

No one knows for sure what causes this disease. Researchers are studying possible causes such as genetics or hormones. Endometriosis occurs more often in women who have short menstrual cycles or a longer-than-normal flow: Women who have fewer than 25 days between periods or who menstruate for more than seven days are twice as likely to develop endometriosis. And dioxin, an industrial chemical, may be a cause.

IBS: 

The third’s time a charm, right? Sadly there is no cause for IBS. There are possible factors like genetics and prior adverse life experiences (e.g., infection, trauma) that predispose someone to get IBS. You may feel muscle contractions, increased sensitivity to food, gas, or stool in the bowel. Other causes are brain-gut interactions. 

How are they tied together?

I know most of you probably scrolled down to figure out what the significant connection is?

With endometriosis, the tissue growths from endometriosis can develop next to the large intestine. Excess tissue can lead to inflammation and contribute to problems with bowel movements. 

With adenomyosis, sometimes the uterus is so enlarged that a lump can be felt in the lower abdomen and can also cause pressure on the bladder and bowel, causing urinary frequency and constipation. It’s typically the same with endo but a little different. 

I know that was a lot of information, so if you have any questions, please send them here.

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Check back in a few days for a new post. Stay bright.

Refrences: 

https://www.womenshealth.gov/a-z-topics/endometriosis
https://www.webmd.com/women/endometriosis/understanding-endometriosis-basics
https://medlineplus.gov/endometriosis.html
http://endopaedia.info/subtype17.html
https://www.moms.com/adenomyosis-explained/
https://www.healthline.com/health/womens-health/endometriosis-and-ibs

http://sifaka.cs.uiuc.edu/~yuelu2/opinionintegration/health/Adenomyosis.htm

lhttps://patient.info/news-and-features/is-adenomyosis-the-cause-of-your-heavy-painful-periods

Ask a herbalist Part 3

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Hey everyone, and welcome back to Ask a herbalist part three. It has been a minute, and I want to thank everyone for their patience. Today we are jumping right back into the questions, so here we go. 

  • How to start a herb collection? 

Your herb collection would depend on what you are trying to achieve. I will list some essential herbs and how they can be used in the kitchen, home, and health. Remember always to keep spices or herbs in a dry, sealed mason jar. Always make sure no water gets inside, or mold might grow. A lot of shops on Etsy have starter kits. Don’t overthink it and start small. These are a few things I always keep on hand. 

  • Peppermint: Now, I have about 3 peppermint plants currently because I love everything about it. As someone who has IBS, I tend to have a lot of stomach issues. Peppermint is good for nausea, headaches, cramps in oil form, upset stomach, gout, and more. Peppermint also relaxes muscles and helps treat diarrhea and IBS. 
  • Dill: Dill is a herb in the celery/carrot family. Dill leaf will help with cramps, muscle spasm and stimulates breast milk. Safe for children, but always consult with a doctor first if you have any concerns. Dill also helps with halitosis (bad breath). If you chew the seeds daily, it can help with a long term problem. 
  • Garlic: Surprise, I am more than sure everyone, well most people have some form of this herb in your household. Garlic is one of the most powerful herbs in the book, from thrust, yeast, and fungal infections to congestion, whooping cough, and high blood pressure.
  • Lavender: Fun fact about lavender is that it is apart of the mint family. Serval parts are edible and can make a lovely tea or be put on a salad. Lavender can kill lice and their nats, aches and pains, UTI’S, and lowering blood pressure. 
  • Lemon balm: Looks similar but is more of a distant cousin. Lemon balm can be used to help with anti-inflammatory, regulates the thyroid, and helps with dementia.

Always remember that I am not a doctor: just a humble juicer and certified herbalist. Before you change your diet or try new things, always consult with your doctor or a trusted physician. 

  • How do you start a garden?

 When creating a garden, it’s important to figure a few things out first for one, what zone you live in. For starters, Hawaii is in zone 11. We get sun all year round, so I usually do not worry about winter or the first frost. Next, start small research soils, types of gardens stuff like that. I grow peppermint, catnip, bittermelon, flowers, and things like that. Other indoor plants that are easy to maintain are aloe, a money tree, a snake plant, or pathos. Research is critical in this. You don’t need much to have a green thumb. Talking to your plants helps, I promise. You can find out what zone you are in by merely asking google. When starting to grow or take an herb, always read up on the side effects. Even when growing different plants, some can be poisonous by touch, so always do your research. 

  • What should you know before starting a garden or herb collection

The main requirement for growing Herbs is growing them in the proper location. Most prefer full sun as long as average summer temperatures don’t rise above 90 degrees. If you have hot summers, consider planting in an area that gets morning sun and afternoon shade in the summertime or a place that receives filtered light (such as under a tree that allows some light to pass through). Check the area several times during the day to ensure that there are at least four hours of sun. (e.g., 8 to 12, 12 to 4, or from 9 to 11 and 2 to 4) 

Planting Herbs:

You need approximately 1 to 4 feet in diameter for each plant for planting Herbs, depending on the plant. Here are some general guidelines for plant sizes:

  • 3-4 feet – Rosemary, Sage, Mints, Oregano, Marjoram 
  • 2 feet – Basils, Thyme, Tarragon, Savory 
  • 1 foot – Cilantro, Chives, Dill, Parsley

This post and thread was just a brief look into the herb and garden life. These next couple of months, I have youtube videos planned, more interactive blog posts, posters, and more. I have been learning that I am moving more into my teacher ways following my mother’s footsteps. (lol) 

Thank you again for taking the time to read. Please don’t forget to like, share, comment, and subscribe. 

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Hey everyone, I am cutting the 30 days of smoothies short due to a few scheduling issues. Thank you, everyone, for the feedback and continued support as I grow as a person and as a juicer.

Check back later today for a new blog post. We are also open to suggestions if there is any question on health, juice, or herbs. Leave a comment below.