Friday, December 11, 2009

Day 25-30 Days of Blogging with Susan Loughrin~

Blogging in the early stages was very intimidating to me.

Some of you will recall how Heidi Caswell kinda took us all under her wing and together we learned the basics of blogging.

Thank you Heidi...

What I knew then was I wanted my blog to be an extension of my website, but a little less formal...what I know now is my blog can and is, that and more.

Blogging is such an easy form of communicating our ideas in any form we feel comfortable with.

And, just remember, even though I may from time to time stray into other subjects...The Beatitudes is still all about herbs and herbal goodness.

Make hot herbal tea part of your holiday celebrations...yummy!

"TummyTime" Tea is perfect for the times when we may over indulge in the great foods of the festive offerings. A blending of Thyme, Ginger and Fennel...soothes and relaxes the digestive process.

Visit the website for other choices.

Happy Holidays~

Bea Kunz

4 comments:

Prosper and Be In Health said...

You have such a great way of wording things. I love it. The "Tummy Time" Tea sounds wonderful. I will be ordering some of that.

BeaK. said...

Hi Debbie,

I've been enjoying this lovely blend for a week, 2 cups every night after dinner, it's light, tasy, and so good for the system.

You will like it.

Happy Holiday~

Bea Kunz

Debbie's L'Bri said...

What is in your tummy yummy? Is it for anytime or just when you are sick? Sounds good.

BeaK. said...

Hi Debbie,

Tummy Thyme and all other herbal teas are designed to promote better health so we don't become sick in the first place.

There is a saying that goes like this: "If we waite until we are sick to partake of good medicines- it is like waiting until we are thirsty to dig a well."

Another way of saying it is: Good maintance is the key to being healthy.

Tummy Thyme is a blend of :

(Thyme)-antiseptic, expectorant,uterine-stimulant, antimicrobial, and vulnerary properties.

(Fennel)-antispasmodic, carminative, stomach-tonis, diuretic, and galactogogue properties.

(Ginger)-Ginger is such a healing herb in so many ways, with properties of resin, fats, starch, vitamins A and B, minerals, and amino acids-it is warming and tonic to digestion and circulation.

Herbals are such a wonderful way to add something good and long lasting to your health routine...and the flavor they add to your foods is nothing short of amazing~

Hope this answers your question...and then some~