Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Free Online Issue of The Essential Herbal

My friend, Tina Sams, publishes a wonderful herb magazine, The Essential Herbal. I have written columns for her, but it's been a while, since I'm so busy with the new shop. Anyway, she's offering a free issue (online) so you can see what the magazine is like. It's a paper magazine usually - not an ezine - printed on recycled paper & with soy ink. It's not glossy - it's real. It's down to earth. It's full of useful articles on a wide range of topics to appeal to herb lovers. I look forward to reading each new issue as soon as it comes out & then I save them so I can reference them later. We sell them at Radiance, our shop in downtown Lancaster, and on the Herbs from the Labyrinth website, including back issues. You might even decide you want to subscribe!

Monday, January 21, 2008

Exotica Bath Products on Special this Week!

What could be better than a warm, relaxing bath on a cold winter day? A warm bath infused with our Exotica Bath blends. Exotica is the name for our secret blend of pure essential oils that we scent bath salts and oils with. Our exquisite bath salts are divine unrefined grey Celtic sea salts and Dead Sea salts. Pour the bath and body oil into the bath water or massage it into your damp skin when you step out of the shower.

Choose a tube of salts (enough for several baths), or a gorgeous bottle of them to put on display in your bathroom. The recycled green glass bottles are from Mexico and a closed with a natural cork stopper.

The bath and body oil comes in a beautiful cobalt blue glass bottle - 6oz, tall and slim.

And, this week only, save $2.00 each on all Exotica items when you order through our web site.

Sunday, January 6, 2008

The Green Zone (or will Herbs from the Labyrinth be on Television?)

A while back, summer actually, my friend Annie Goeke called me & asked if she could interview me for a pilot for an idea she had. Annie is co-director of the Earth Rights Institute. Anyway, of course, I said yes! The idea is for a series of short spots that would run between shows on public television, sort of like public service announcements, but a little different. The series is tentatively called The Green Zone, and it will focus on environmental issues and Green living. Hopefully, it will be picked up soon & you'll be able to see them on a television station near you! In the meantime, film maker Andrea Campbell of Natural Light Films brought me a dvd so I could post the pilot interview of me & my gardens online! Here's the link: Let me know what you think!