It's An Herbal Affair
a practitioner of herbalism.
a dealer in medicinal herbs.
an early botanical writer
The journey of 303 Face | Body began with a quest for creating skincare with the sole purpose of proper moisturizing for a dry climate. Over the years, studying plant based herbs came into play, and what was once an appreciation of herbs has grown into admiration and respect.
A number of the new products at 303 Face | Body are designed around the natural strengths that herbs offer, including one of my personal favorites, 303 Face | Body Lavandula Nail Humectant.
The term "herbs" refers to plants or parts of them, including grasses, flowers, berries, seeds, leaves, nuts, stems, stalks and roots, which are used for their therapeutic and health- enhancing properties. Generations of skilled herbal practitioners, researchers and scholars have refined and tested the vast science of herbology, producing thousands of plant-based remedies that are safe and effective. The proper and judicious use of herbs is often successful in the treatment of illness when other, more conventional medicines and methods fail. Herbs can be used to open congested sinuses, help mend broken bones, stimulate the brain, increase libido, ease pain, aid digestion, and a thousand other purposes. Topically, herbs can repair damaged skin, soothe a wound, improve complexion, heal bruises and relieve aching muscles. Herbs demonstrate great versatility for the treatment of a broad variety of health needs.
With all that I've learned and applied thus far, it's very important to me that I continue to keep the knowledge of herbs and their power fresh and ongoing, and be able to offer what's already effective in this line, (teas, oils, scrubs and aromatherapy items) even better.
The path to becoming an Herbalist, ultimately, was only natural.
Chamomile.. amazing for eczema, tinctures, and calming tea.
Marci Lundy is the Creator of 303 Home | Loft | Wellness, and Founder and CEO of 303 Face | Body. When not blogging, you can find her head in a book, at a park, studying herbs.