Monthly Archives: August 2019

Nature to Nurture: Wolf Spiders

Wolf Spider with BabiesJill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz

The other day, while out in the garden doing a little weeding and mulching, I aroused one of the beneficial creatures that call our garden home. That I might see her amid the ruffled-up leaf mulch didn’t surprise me at all – I’ve seen her and her kind many, many times before. But there was something unusual about her that caught my eye. Continue reading

Interview: The Danger of 5G

My most recent interview with Ciaran Boyle from World Events Network talking about the health effects and politics of 5G. Feel free to share.

Tea Time: A Modern Herbal Brunch (with recipes!)

A modern herbal brunch

Jill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz

This is the final installment of a three-part series on the history and use of teas around the world. In today’s final episode, we are celebrating America’s modern twist on “English High-Tea” with an entire menu of scrumptiously super easy recipes that will turn any tea time into the party of the season! Let’s go!

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Tea Time: Tea Around the World

Yerba mate tea is popular in many countries across the world.Jill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz

In part one of Tea Time, we learned a little about the history of classic black tea and how British “tea time” came to shape American culture.  Today, we are going to delve into the types of teas available around the world and what makes them so wonderful. Let’s go!

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Tea Time: The History of Tea


Jill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz

With a huge array of beverages available on the market today, it might come as a surprise to learn that common black tea is the most popular beverage in the world. In this 3-part series on tea that I first published in Llewellyn’s 2015 Herbal Almanac, I delve into the tantalizing world of tea.

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