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Dandelion Language


I like DANDELIONS. 🤍 As a matter of fact, I like them so much that my children have all been raised in such a way that when they see them, they call them “WISHING FLOWERS.”

We blow on the puffball plume of seeds while making a wish and say that each seed able to root increases the chance of our wish blooming into existence.

#perspective #WhatAmberLoves

(card from Urban Crow Oracle deck)

Herbal Tea!


Herb Tea in a Brandy Glass? Yep. Why not? Yep; hold it by the stem while the tea is really hot, then move upward when comfortable. Cold hands = not fun. Warm hands? Yes, please!!

Hey! It’s freezing here. Literally. With lows in the 20s, here in Arkansas. Brrrrr, RABBIT!
How do you keep warm when it is this cold outside (or colder)?
Me? Hot Tea! Love it!!

I make my own peppermint tea, usually. It is just dried mint leaves (sweet mint, orange mint, and peppermint) that I grew this summer. The plants are pretty dormant with minimal green leaves, right now, but they’ll be back this coming Spring! This fall, I harvested lots of leaves and flowers, let them dry on a screen, and now I’m using them for tea all winter. Love.

As much as I love my homegrown mint tea, it is awesome to have variety!

On that note, today my daughters and I went downtown to visit a new store downtown, Dandelion Tea & Spice Company. Find them, here. It is a GREAT little shop that is stocked floor to ceiling with teas, spices, & medicinal concoctions. The proprietor tells me that soon they’re going to stock essential oils, too! Yay!

We bought 3 neat tea blends and a crystal / ammo casing necklace from the neighboring shop, Freckled Frog.

The 3 tea blends that I bought from Dandelion:

“Mad Hatter”: sarsaparilla root, cinnamon, orange peel, ginger root, licorice root, cloves

“Hibiscus Heaven”: Hibiscus, Rosehips, orange peel, lemon peel, lemon grass, lemon oil

“Blueberry Green Kukicha”:

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I’ll be here trying to be warm during the middle of winter. Herbal tea. 😉
Your Friend,
~Amber Hamilton Henson