Bee Fields Farm Blog
Learn simple tips and recipes that will help you transition from summer to fall in ease.
The bacteria community in your gut has a huge impact on your well being. From your ability to absorb nutrients, and lose weight, to your energy level and mood
Loneliness is almost a fundamental condition of the capitalist individualist culture because it puts you in competition with others. Community on the other hand acknowledge the abundance in nature and within.
Keep your cool even in the most hot summer days by using herbs.
The skin is not a separate organ but a mirror of your entire body’s health condition. Glowing skin is the outcome of a lifestyle that nourishes the body from the inside out.
Water is the carrier of life in the body. They play an important role in many life processes that losing only 4% of your total body water can cause dehydration. Losing 15% of your body’s Water can be fatal. You can survive weeks without food but only days without water.
If you are up to date with the latest trends in the wellness world, then you know that apple cider vinegar is a mythical heal-all, natural remedy. So let me help you discern between the myths and facts.
A cup of Tulsi tea has a profound effect on the heart. It can serve as a reminder of the abundance we already have and bring peace and hopes to a grieving heart.
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.
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.