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Grow Your Health

Here at Mudbrick, we love a delicious glass of sangria or two, or three to celebrate the warm christmases here in Australia. With its delicious blend of traditional spices, it’s the perfect drink to sip and cool down on a hot summery day. In this video, we’ll show you a quick and easy way to make your own Sangria using Mudbrick’s Mulled Wine Spice Mix.
Summer is here, and our bodies will need some cool relief! Herbs have many different effects, some herbs are warming and some are cooling by nature. Many traditional healing systems such as Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine value the energetics of herbs and their effects on our bodies. We can use these herbs throughout the summer months to keep our cool.
The weather has certainly been hot all over this large country. We often get questions from our customers asking 'how do you keep your herbs happy in the garden during times of extreme heat'.
I love the sunny orange flowers of calendula; they brighten my day. A good way to preserve their orange glow is to make infused oil. It is very easy to make. Once you have made this vibrant infused oil you can use it to soothe and heal minor wounds, itchy, inflamed skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and nappy rash. It is also useful for stings, burns, bruises and cradle cap.
Vinegar is a cheap and safe way to clean surfaces around your home. It is free of toxic chemicals that many of the store-bought cleaners contain. 
The Astrological Calendar and Moon Planting guide is a must for gardeners with information about the best time to plant, weed, fertilise, compost and control pests. 

Many years ago we used to visit a cafe in Burleigh that had the most delicious zucchini bacon muffins. I hinted that I would love the recipe ..but it was a well-kept secret. So I set off on a quest to produce a delicious savoury muffin, only mine would contain plenty of herbs and omit the bacon. 

The cool fresh mornings and warm sunny days herald the start of Spring. Some of the early flowering annuals such as calendula, Californian poppy and the many salvias are buzzing with native and european bees. It is a great time to garden. 

Preserved lemons are easy to make and are a great way to make use of the abundance of lemons at this time of year. They keep well for more than a year. 
Nourishing herbal infusions are a great way of getting minerals from your herbs. Read the blog where we show you our method, as well as giving you some knowledge, tips and tricks to get the best result.
This health tonic is easy to make at home from ingredients you are likely to have on hand.