New Life for Cheryl’s Herbs

Felicia Broeker

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We appreciate all of our customers sticking with us through these difficult past few years!  Here is a little background on Cheryl’s Herbs… Cheryl’s Herbs was started in 1991 by Cheryl and Jeff Hoard.  Cheryl was a self taught herbalist, professional musician and pioneer in aromatherapy.  Cheryl’s Herbs grew into a thriving herbal enterprise, featuring […]

Aromatic Scholars : Aromatherapy 201

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We are pleased to announce that Cheryl’s Herbs will sponsor a 300-hour advanced aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aromatic Scholars(formerly known as 201: Masters Apprenticeship) is offered by The School for Aromatic Studies (formerly East West School of Herbal and Aromatic Studies) (www.theida.com) and will be taught by Kathy Klug, Registered Aromatherapist.

Amelia Stone Hoard, RN, Consultations by Appointment

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Consultations with our staff RN, Amelia Stone Hoard, are available to our customers by appointment. Amelia takes a holistic approach to health and well-being, combining her ever-growing knowledge of the healing properties of herbs and aromatherapy with her passion for proper nutrition, exercise, meditation, healing touch and self-awareness. Amelia's knowledge informs all we do here […]

Four Facts about Lavender you Might not have Known

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Plants of the Bible

Felicia Broeker

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by Cheryl Hoard   The story of the plants of Biblical lands is better understood when we appreciate what a significant region this has been since before the earliest written record. This area, known as the Fertile Crescent is the meeting point of the African, Asian, and European continents and has commanded a huge role […]

The Other Uses of St. John’s Wort

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by Cheryl Hoard   An ornament of meadows, St. John’s Wort, Hypericum perforatum, is a beautiful, yellow-blooming shrub which doesn’t demand much for its survival. It makes itself available even for those living at an altitude of 10,000 feet where many other plants refuse to live. Often found growing comfortably in woods basking in speckled […]