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Too Stoned? How to Manage Being Uncomfortably High

Too Stoned? How to Manage Being Uncomfortably High

“What do you do when you get too high?” As more and more states begin instating medical marijuana programs and adult legalization, medicating responsibly is priority number one. Safe cannabis accessibility is being addressed, and it’s important to remain adamant about dosing. Before partaking, read this article and stock up on these items to ease […]

Natural Remedy for Cold and Flu: Fire Cider

Natural Remedy for Cold and Flu: Fire Cider

Ladybud Magazine made a visit to Philadelphia’s famed Reading Terminal Market a few weeks ago and stopped by our favorite stand, Herbiary. They’ve got all kinds of great stuff there for the mind, body and soul. We picked some up some homeopathic sleep aid, candles, a book on tea and a curious concoction in an […]

PLAYLIST: Summertime is Sweet

PLAYLIST: Summertime is Sweet

This is my “Summertime is Sweet” mix and it includes songs celebrating the ease of summer and the joy of candy, sweets and ice cream. Summer-themed songs and summer references pepper this music mix and celebrate the joy in the happiest and hottest season of the year. The ice cream songs are from the music […]

MIXOLOGY: Tijuana’s Mission 20

MIXOLOGY: Tijuana’s Mission 20

PHOTO: The Martini Tamarindo. Ingredients: vodka, sal de chile piquin, espuma de coco, tamarindo y pina (vodka, piquin chile salt, coconut foam, tamarind and pineapple)  *We at Ladybud do not judge responsible alcohol users.  Tijuana has gotten a bad rap. For years it has been known as San Diego, California’s dirty little sister just south of the […]

Kiki Rosemaria’s Seasonal Samplings: Artichoke with Vegan Cashew Lemon-Mint Aioli

Kiki Rosemaria’s Seasonal Samplings: Artichoke with Vegan Cashew Lemon-Mint Aioli

This is another part in my series on seasonal cooking. Eating seasonally is the best way to maximize the nutrition you get from your foods. This recipe is for three artichokes plus dip and can be used as an appetizer or a light spring meal. Artichokes are high in dietary fiber and folic acid, so they’re great […]

Shannon McGill’s Lemon Pork Chops

Shannon McGill’s Lemon Pork Chops

by Shannon McGill I’m somebody who wants to put lemon juice on everything that can’t outrun me.  Pasta, salads, tuna, every vegetable.  I can’t get enough.  To me these lemon-infused pork chops are wonderful because the essence of the lemon takes over the dish and you get that tart, almost bitter flavor from the bit […]

Kiki Rosemaria’s Seasonal Samplings: Pea Shoot Pesto

Kiki Rosemaria’s Seasonal Samplings: Pea Shoot Pesto

This is the first in a series of recipes I plan to share with you all in regards to cooking locally and seasonally. Why should you try local, seasonal and sustainable cooking? Because that way, you are getting the freshest and most nutrient-rich foods into your meals and into your belly! The longer you wait […]