Herbs have romantic meanings, and can bring a romantic touch to your Valentine's Day. Combine any of these herbs to tell the story of your love and devotion.
Mix them into a tea blend, or use in your Valentine's Day dinner, use the naturally romantic herbs to tell your own story of romance.
According to the language of herbs, Calendula means JOY. What a lovely thing to say to your beloved. Add calendula to your teas of course, but how about a romantic bath by candlelight? For your youngest Valentines, a sweet Calendula soap is a gentle and loving gesture.
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According to the language of herbs, Thyme brings with it the meaning of AFFECTION. Perfect for young love or deep friendship. What better way to express your devotion to someone, than to include a sprig of thyme in their Valentine?
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The heady scent of Patchouli is not surprisingly included in a list of romance herbs. According to the Language of Herbs, Patchouli means PASSION. To use patchouli to it's fullest extent, tuck some dried into small sleep pillows, or sachets. The rich, lusty scent, will entice your love to feel romantic.
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In the Language of Herbs, Yarrow means EVERLASTING LOVE. What better way to show how you feel, then to include Yarrow in your herbal Valentine's Day blend?
Yarrow has a naturally spicy flavor, so use a light hand, and include it in your teas or baths.
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In the Language of Love, Lavender means DEVOTION and UNDYING LOVE. It is no surprise that lavender has always been considered the herb of love. It's delicious and romantic scent is loved by most of us.
Use lavender in a romantic bath by candlelight, make a sachet and place it in the dryer with your bed sheets, to infuse them in wonderful scent. Enjoy!
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