Bee Fields Farm Blog
Building the vitality of the soil is the foundation of a thriving garden. A well-built compost pile transmutes dead matter into living hummus that will enliven your garden soil.
All five flavors were included in traditional diets in a well-balanced way. However, in the last 100 years in Western culture, sweets and salt have become so much more prevalent in most, if not all, people’s diets, and bitter-tasting food and herbs have become totally absent from the diet creating an imbalanced diet.
When you live with a clear intention to be engaged in the sacredness of each moment, then the scientist, artist, and priest are re-married within you, and a bond is created between you and the Earth.
Welcoming spring by using weeds that grow in your backyard can become a rewarding adventure. It ties your body to the shifting seasons and provides it with the exact nourishment it will need.
Finding inner peace when you feel overwhelmed, helpless, and hopeless by the devastating events in a world might help you regain the feeling of control and power. It can help you increase your inner resilience to the stress associated with war and conflict.
With seasonal allergies, your immune system is responding to something that it thinks is harmful and an allergic reaction ensues. Learn simple tips that can help provide relief from the symptoms of seasonal allergies so you can enjoy spring again.
“Food is Medicine” and “We are part of Nature” are phrases that you hear a lot.
But how do you manifest that in your everyday life?
Seasonal eating, an old way of eating that is aligned with what your body needs and what nature gives so generously.
Cough is one of the most common symptoms of winter. Learn how to understand the nature of your cough so you can support your body’s innate healing forces.
Does self-care feel like a chore for you? Here are 5 ways to help you rethink how you think about self-care and establish a more sustainable self-care routine.
Mullein that grows on rocky, sandy soil can moisten and soften irritated, dry lungs. It is your ally when cough lingers after an acute cold.
My name is Lior and I am the herb grower, remedy maker, and herbalist here on Bee Fields Farm in Wilton, NH. I help women who feel disconnected from their bodies to simplify their lives, improve their health, and feel more grounded.