In the Kitchen : Lemonbalm Fruit Salad
One of the first herbs to return in Spring is the lemonbalm. A beautiful and fragrant herb that is wonderful to grow with children because of it’s many health benefits while also being gentle and safe enough to consume in larger quantities with no side effects.
The recipe below is from the Whole Family Herbs eGuide which contains over forty pages listing 15 child-friendly magical herbs including medicinal uses, history and care along with 15 kid-approved herbal recipes.
Meagan Wilson is the founder of Whole Family Rhythms, the place to come for inspiration and resources about conscious parenting connecting you to the earth, the seasons and your own unique family values. Meagan earned her Bachelor of Arts from McGill University and taught TESOL to young children in South Korea and Australia for 5 years. In 2012 she completed the Foundations of Steiner Education and Anthroposophy at the Sydney Steiner College. In 2017, under the direction of Kim John Payne, she received her certification as a simplicity parenting family life coach.Meagan is the mother to four children. After ten years of living in Australia they now live in the Canadian countryside outside of Toronto. You can find her @wholefamilyrhythms on Instagram and view her wide range of nature-inspired early childhood curriculum at wholefamilyrhythms.com
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