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    Annie Scaife

    Annie Scaife has a diploma in dietary supplement science from the Franklin Institute of Natural Health Sciences and a master herbalist certification. She loves all things traditional and natural health–related and can often be found tending herbs in her herb garden, chasing livestock, or making a list (who doesn't love a good list?).

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  • The Lost Art of Herb Drying

    The Lost Art of Herb Drying4

    Once, herbs could be seen hanging from rafters in homes, brewing in teas on the hearth, or stored safely in cupboards for times of plague or injury. Romans took them to the battlefield, monks used them to treat the infirm, and midwives administered them to ease labor. So when did herbs become so outdated? In the


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