The gel found inside the leaves of an aloe vera plant soothes scrapes and burns and reduces inflammation.
From aromatherapy to topical treatments, essential oils can aid in reducing weight loss.
Oysters, with their briny flavor and phlegm-like texture, are something of an acquired taste. You either hate them or love them.
Throughout the annals of history, humanity has been intrigued by the biological and mystical role of mushrooms.
“Have you ever seen a Telluride sunrise?,” a Redrock Radio disc jockey asked from the car speakers as we rode a ribbon of asphalt that cut through pine tree laden mountaintops, along the San Miguel River.
This holiday season, make the conscientious effort to buy gifts that contribute to a sustainable earth.
In “Year of the Flood,” Canadian author Margaret Atwood refers to mushrooms as “the roses in the garden.”
In “Cheers,” the 80s American sitcom of that Boston bar where everybody knows your name, an interesting history of hats unfolds during the theme song.
Perhaps catalyzed by a viral video from 2015 — in which a team of graduate students studying sea turtles off Costa Rica’s shores pulls out an elongated, plastic straw from a turtle’s nose, blood trickling out of its nostril during the process — single-use straws have generated public shame.
Dating back to the Ancient World, wine has been valued by varied civilizations as an elixir of health, trade and ceremony.