For all of us at Neal’s Yard Remedies, World Bee Day is a chance to celebrate our precious pollinators and all the wonderful things they do for our ecosystem. It’s also a day for reflecting on our own role in the protection of species facing dramatic decline, as we continue our mission to help save as many bees – and their habitats – as we can.
Herbs can be used in many ways, often as a cup of herbal tea, however tinctures are a lesser-known way to use herbs that may be a better choice for you. Let’s explore the differences so you can decide which is right for you.
Last week, we sat down with Nutritional Therapist Magdalena Marvell to discuss all things natural health remedies and how to incorporate supplements into your lifestyle to support a healthy, balanced diet, from the inside out.
Our ethos at Neal’s Yard Remedies has always been grounded in the belief that beautiful, healthy skin comes from the inside out. Our experts work very hard behind the scenes to formulate herbal remedies that help to support skin naturally, and one of the active ingredients our customers love the most is mahonia.
Traditionally used to aid a sense of peace and focus during meditation and prayer and treasured for the calming aroma it emits when burned, its perks don’t stop there; the myriad benefits it brings to skincare are the reason for its growing status as a wonder ingredient.
Many of us are becoming more conscious of our environmental impact, seeking solutions to help combat climate change and protect wildlife, and looking to holistic approaches to support our overall wellbeing. In short, we’re searching for ways to live more sustainably – and at Neal’s Yard Remedies, we believe that getting involved in the organic movement is one of the best ways to tread more gently on the planet. So, we’ve broken down six simple steps to help make choosing organic easy for a safer, healthier and fairer world.