January 31, 2014 Calendar Entry

Today, we find ourselves at the end of January. Thanks for going on this exploration of Lemon with us! What was one thing that you learned about him? How would you describe his personality? Turn to page 8 and record your thoughts in the Herbal Spirits section. Join us next month to deepen your knowledge of […]

January 30, 2014 Calendar Entry

We started making our Lemon Bitters about 3 weeks ago. How do yours taste? Smell? Remember to shake the container daily.  The Lemon Bitters will be ready in one more week. They are a pleasant addition to add to your water before dinner, since they help to get digestive juices flowing. Bon appetit! !

January 29, 2014 Calendar Entry

Let’s check on our Lemon Pith and Peel Extracts. How does yours look? How does it smell? Taste? Remember to keep shaking your extract once or twice a day. It will be ready to use in 1-3 weeks! When you are ready, turn to page 25 for the recommended dosages.

January 28, 2014 Calendar Entry

Good morning! How did you like your Lemon Souffles? A couple of weeks ago, we made a Lemon Face Mask. Today, we will be making a Lemon Sugar Scrub that can heal and refresh your whole body. We already know that Lemon is good for the skin, but did you know that if you combine […]

January 24, 2014 Calendar Entry

Let’s turn to the Reference and Resource section in the zine. You will find it on page 40. Once there, you will discover a little treat. We are sharing one of our favorite recipes for Lemon Souffle. We hope that you enjoy it with your family and friends!

January 23, 2014 Calendar Entry

Have you ever heard of Flora Delaterre? You can listen to her audio files about Lemon and many other herbs online at  http://www.floradelaterre.com/radio-showpodcasts/audiofile-archive.html. For those of you who already know about Flora, did you know that she has a facebook page? Search for The Plant Detective, Flora Delaterre.  

January 22, 2014 Calendar Entry

How have you been enjoying Lemon with your family and friends? We have started an extract, an enfleurage, and some bitters. We have made some Hot Lemonade, sketches, secret ink, and a Lemon Face Mask. We have learned about his story and physical appearance. We hope that you liked reviewing with the crossword puzzle. Yesterday, we sang […]

January 21, 2014 Calendar Entry

Good morning! Let’s learn Lemon’s new song, “Lemon: It’s For What Ails.” We hope that you enjoy singing this song with your friends. Here is the first line: Lemon for colds and fevers too, drink Lemonade, it’s good for you. For the rest of the song, turn to page 24. If you would like to […]

January 17, 2014 Calendar Entry

We hope that you enjoyed writing in your journals yesterday. Let us review what we have learned about Lemon. Turn to page 37 to complete the crossword puzzle. What is your favorite word in the word bank?  

January 16, 2014 Calendar Entry

We hope that your face feels smoother and nourished this morning. How did you like your Lemon Face Mask? Let’s take some time to journal our thoughts. We have provided some space on pages 35 and 36 for you to use, if you prefer. Feel free to use your own notebook, as well. What has […]

January 15, 2014 Calendar Entry

Good morning! We hope that you enjoyed reading about Lemon’s story, yesterday. Today, we will be heading into the kitchen. We have a wonderful recipe that we are excited to share with you. With a few ingredients and about 20 minutes, your face will be feeling smoother and nourished with Lemon Face Mask. We look […]

January 14, 2014 Calendar Entry

It is wonderful to have you back with us! Have you ever wondered why Lemon Trees have thorns? Why do Lemons taste so sour? You can find out, today! Settle in and get comfortable. Let’s begin reading about Lemon’s lore on page 21. Share what you discover with your friends!

January 10, 2014 Calendar Entry

Did you know that Lemon leaves ooze oil? Lemon fruit contains oil glands, as well. This oil can be used medicinally to soothe sore throats, coughs, fevers, and heartburn. For more information and a diagram to label, turn to the Herbal Botany section starting on page 19.