Discover 19 Herbs In The Light Of An Urban Night!

Discover Herben Urban Delights!

Discover Hidden Light!

Thanks for taking this monumental step forward in what has set out to be a delightful journey of personal and herbal discovery . . . One before many more to follow! I’m an urban herbalist with a passion for revealing the divinity of this experience we know of as “life” and revealing what is possible for others to see too. Your mind is about to be opened to a world where blessings are common. The botanical kingdom is marvelous and the gifts that they offer us are free and at the same time priceless! We simply need to learn how to experience as much of their goodness as possible.

This site is a gradual development. A work in progress whose goal is to reveal many ways how to do just that. Stay tuned and be updated … Subscribe to this!

The name of this site is a play on words that may be obvious only to a select few. But the title of this post should give you a clue. While there are so many good things to be experienced and to gain in this lifetime, as long as Gd is considered distant or even non-existent, we are living in a dangerous state of darkness. Such thoughts are what give rise to lawlessness and uncivil behavior. We need to acknowledge the artistry in the creation of the world. Living wisely within the flow of the “laws of the Universe” and combing this with the recognition that Gd is surely present, will we then know true light and truly good days.

We are civilized we say. So why is the news that floods our visual and auditory senses for the most part bordering around terrible? But we are supposed to be creators of good, right? What is it about human nature that causes some people to deviate from their position as bearers and projectors of “holiness”( due to the origins of our souls) and allow themselves and others to make their neighbors and other inhabitants of the world frightfully scared? Being a vector of fear even in just a slight amount to cohabitants of an environment is an aberration from how we are to be.

Surely there are a vast number of things that are not in our control. But still, much of what we experience in our lives has a lot to do with what we think … How we interpret the experiences we meet. The mode of operation that is most set evokes the law of karma as it relates to thought. Those which dominate your mind are the types that keep coming around by the force of your habits. As Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, either way you are correct!”

Set your mind for success.

What is needed is a way to make more smiles. Ways to sense and express joy in the many stages we go through in life. While there is no way to avoid a “bad day” sometimes, we cannot let it ruin the morrow by dwelling on the past. When you live “in the now” with positive thoughts and actions toward a worthy goal, you get to experience why those moments are considered “presents”. Not only are you fully present body and mind within the situation, but the resulting success in assuring achievement of the goal is a “gift”. It’s a great feeling to have lots of those!

Take this post as an example for instance. It’s come to life because I wrote it. It’s an example of what happens when a human being puts its mind to achieve a goal. In this case, to create something from the “ethereal substances” in the “blood” of the Universe, ideas, that lead me to think more deeply about and bring them to “life”. If you have not done so yet, read both: “The Science of Getting Rich” and “The Law of Opulence“, by Wallace D. Wattles. We can be awesome when we put our minds to it!

Let’s say you’ve been “bit” by the better health bug. What is the first thing you should do? Well, go natural. Begin to eat as we were originally intended to. Sufficient intake of fruits and vegetables has been associated with a reduced risk of chronic diseases and body weight management. So an increase in consumption of fresh raw salad greens, fruits and whatever other enriching vegetable additions you can enjoy with your meals daily, is a must do activity. Moreover, a little-known benefit of eating more fruits and vegetables is increased satisfaction!

Discover ... The best fruits and vegetables to eat!

 

Within the pages and posts of this site, we will be disclosing links we believe are worth investigating while “shining a spotlight” on life and its challenges along with some of the most prized healing strategies available to cope and deal with the challenges. As is mentioned on our home page, this site is intended to be one of the most powerful gateways to learning how plants are G-d’s multi-faceted medicinal gifts to us. We will show how you too can gain wellness from your environment and relish in the “deliciousness” of its goodness to you.

Please join us and learn as we continue to trek through alternate realities and manage to maintain the ones that serve us best. We want to live they way we are intended to live. The power is within us to change our way in the world and as a result, even change the world. We’ve got to allow Gd to let us back into “The Garden“! In the meantime, consider keeping within reach for use, these 10 herbs and spices with powerful health benefits . You might even want to consider these 9 herbs that are good for detoxifying the body. To the best of health!

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    1. If I understand correctly, you are saying that the herbs represented here are “pharmaceutically potent”? Well, in truth, these not being pharmaceutical is more of their advantage. Oh yeah, they are surely potent! Yet their being for the most part extracts of whole plant parts etcetera affords them a fuller spectrum of life-enhancing properties that no pharmaceutical drug could ever have. However, let’s be clear, you should only be using these products as nutritional supplements and not as “drugs” for treating a “disease”! Even if that is what they end up doing anyway 😉

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