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9 Health Benefits of Lemon Balm from www.simplecleanli...

9 Health Benefits of Lemon Balm

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How to grow and use Borage - with recipes

How to grow and use the Borage herb

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Although bitter, Candytuft was an herb that was often used in Colonial times, mostly for rheumatism, gastrointestinal complaints, bronchial problems, and asthma symptoms Perennial zone 3-9

Calendula - a medicinal plant. Habitat: Calendula is native to the Mediterranean region Historically, calendula was used to induce menstruation, break fevers, cure jaundice, treat open sores and for liver and stomach problems. It has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and can be used externally for sunburn and eczema. Today this herb is used externally to treat slow healing wounds and to promote tissue repair.CAUTION: Do not take Calendula internally if pregnant or nursing.

Costmary - I'm going to try this historical herb this spring.

Costmary - Penny Woodward

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For over 350 years, this historic and definitive guide to herbal remedies written by physician Nicholas Culpepper has been the book to turn to for anyone interested in using herbs. This beautifully illustrated edition combines the charm, elegance, and information of his original 17th-century text with up-to-date, modern, practical usage. It includes details about where each herb can be found, its flowering time, astrology, and medicinal benefits.

Culpepper s Color Herbal

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The blood flower (also Mexican butterfly weed) is a type of tropical milkweed with toxic milky sap that is emetic (it makes you hurl). It’s also historically favored as a heart stimulant and worm expellent. Pretty useful for a number of potential hiking disasters, if you think about it. (Of course, if you’d quit eating those poisonous berries you probably wouldn’t need to worry about finding a natural expectorant.)

18 of Nature's Most Powerful Medicinal Plants - WebEcoist

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9 Herb Cures You can Grow at Home! | Healthy Food Mind

9 Herb Cures You can Grow at Home! - Healthy Food Mind

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Medicinal Herb Garden

7 Medicinal Herbs to Grow in Your Garden - Hip Homeschool Moms

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Grown your own Antibacterial Bandages! It's no secret that our family adores growing various herbs for seasoning, but we also love them for their medicinal qualities as well, here's how to myo antibacterial bandaids! (click on photo for more)

Grow Your Own Antibacterial Bandages

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Lamb's Ear (Facts about the useful herb and landscape plant -- it's a softie,and easy to grow, too!)

How To Grow & Use Wooly Lamb's Ear

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Lemon Balm Get detailed growing information on this plant and hundreds more in BHG's Plant Encyclopedia.

Chives Get detailed growing information on this plant and hundreds more in BHG's Plant Encyclopedia.

Build a Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET.

Kitchen Herb Garden - in a vintage bread box!

Kitchen Herb Garden - At Home on the Bay

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Definitely trying this! How to Use Lemon Grass To Repel Mosquitos

How to Use Lemon Grass to Repel Mosquitos - Seeds Of Real Health

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10 Herbs To Grow in the Survival Garden - Backdoor Survival

10 Herbs To Grow in the Survival Garden - Backdoor Survival

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8 Kitchen Herbs for the Shade Garden- Because not every garden is full sun! | www.reformationac...

~8 Culinary Herbs for the Shade Garden~ | Reformation Acres

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Yarrow, or Achillea millefolium, has been used as natural medicine since Roman times when Achilles used it to give his troops strength and aid in wound recovery.