The Dandelion! one of the most powerful weeds in the world! This forgotten little flower is 100% ebible & packed full of antioxidants, minerals, fibre & vitamins A, C and K. It also contains high level of iron, calcium and potassium. Dandelion can be used to treat things like Reducing cholesterol Regulating blood sugar Reducing Read More ..
Imbolc, also known as the Feast of Brigid, celebrates the arrival of longer, warmer days and the early signs of spring on February 1. It is one of the four major “fire” festivals (quarter days, referred to in Irish mythology from medieval Irish texts. The other three festivals on the old Irish calendar are Beltane, Read More ..
Many of us are enjoying a good selection of herbal teas these days, isn’t it just gorgeous! But did you know, you can help the environment by putting your used teabags to good use once you have made that delicious cuppa? Here are some of the many ways you can put your teabags to good Read More ..
Laughter yoga (Hasyayoga) is a modern aerobic exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. This type of yoga is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides similar physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. It is usually done in groups, with eye contact and much playfulness between participants. Intentional laughter often turns into real and contagious Read More ..
Samhain on the evening of October 31st is a celebration and time of remembrance from the ancient Celtic tradition, now adopted by many people around the world, including other Religions. Samhain is the time of year when the veil is thin between the two worlds – between our human world and the “other world” of Read More ..
Full moon is always a time for setting your intentions for things you would like to bring into your life. Light a candle and recite some positive words to bring good luck, and bring renewed positivity and optimism into your life. Ireland is a place that overflows with magic and ritual, and the full moon Read More ..
Lughansa is one of the four fire festivals of the Celtic year. Lughnasa marks the beginning of autumn (fall). It is the beginning of the harvest season and celebrates the decline of summer into winter. The old Celtic pagan festival lasted a month, with August 1 at its midpoint, but is currently most often celebrated Read More ..
Our Caretaker of the Land, David Clarke and his Family will be lighting a small Fire on the Hill of Uisneach on 5th at 21:21 Irish time, being the closest time to the Solar Bealtaine cross-quarter day, wherever ye are on Tuesday night we would like if you would light your Bealtaine Flame, be it Read More ..
The pandemic is a serious issue. Although Covid-19 (SARS-Cov2) has flu-like symptoms, it not an influenza virus. It is from a different family of viruses all together and is a highly contagious virus which can cause death in some people who have underlying health conditions. There may be some good news on the horizon. Many Read More ..
Today, April 22nd is being celebrated by Earth Spirits around the world, who recognise they are connected to Mother Earth in some way. This can be as small as those who love to enjoy time in nature and the outdoors, to the backyard gardeners, to indoor gardeners, practitioners of herbal medicine, either at home or Read More ..