"I hope everyone is warm and enjoying your tea. I always have make my own concoction with my tea. I find it hard to see places that offer raw honey in the winter in PA. It is 12 degrees and we had had 8" of snow."
"That's for sure. For one, my feet would be freezing from peripheral neuropathy.
So all of this would be out of the question.
I can ride by them seeing them all as I slowly pass by keeping warm in the car."
"Turmeric has been used since the Middle Ages to treat jaundice and liver infections, and it also contains an anti-inflammatory ingredient that fights arthritis and heart disease. Best known for its bright yellow color and spicy taste to lovers of…"
"Ginger - One of the benefits of ginger and turmeric is their antioxidant content. The antioxidants are basically reactive compounds called free radicals for they neutralize the compounds that can fight cellular damage.
Both turmeric and ginger…"
"I enjoy having some herbs and spices in my tea for health reasons.
I usually add cinnamon, ginger, turmeric. and Bragg's Apple Cider to it.
When the water is warm I then add my raw natural clover honey. Yum"
Area location: Country with Optional State, Province etc.
New Kensington PA
Why I wish to join The Temple & how I found out about it...
I enjoy following the Shaman path and this is an excellent site.
About Myself & My Interests..
I am a witch, follower of the American Shamanism/Hedgewitch, and I enjoy working with numerous items for divination. I enjoy working with the vibrations of the stones and crystals for meditation. I love being outdoors with Mother Nature. I enjoy growing my own herbs and making tinctures, etc.
My Teachers & Influences, What was it about them that influenced me?
The Shaman path for me is Solitaire. So I read books and do research on the internet. That is how I found this wonderful site.
Authors and/or Books I appreciate
The World of Shamanism by Roger Walsh
Musicians and/or Music I appreciate
Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Man O War, Black Sabbath, Metallica
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