Try this: Imagine that you’ve come to my house and I am making you tea. It’s a warming tea with a bit of honey. But it won’t be complete without the lemon. I take a lemon and slice it into wedges. I take a wedge and squeeze it over my cup. But to make my point, I hand you a wedge and ask you to put it in your mouth.
The memory of lemon alone may be puckering your tongue right now. Despite the absence of an actual lemon, your mouth has remembered and created the medicinal action of lemon.
As we approach the longest night of the year, I wanted to share my story about how herbs can help during the time of the thinning veil known as the dark days of winter.
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