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Stock up on your natural remedies to fight colds, flu and all the winter junk, Via Keeper of the Home

How I Stock My Natural Medicine Cabinet

Stock up on your natural remedies to fight colds, flu and all the winter junk, Via Keeper of the Home

Herbs fascinate me. These timeless plants have been used by various healers over thousands of years in order to treat symptoms, ease discomfort, improve mood or mental function, fight infection, and so much more. It seems to me that many Christians steer away from herbalism, using conventional medicine instead. I have come to appreciate herbs,... Read More

Herbs I Have and What I Do With Them

Herbs fascinate me. These timeless plants have been used by various healers over thousands of years in order to treat symptoms, ease discomfort, improve mood or mental function, fight infection, and so much more. It seems to me that many Christians steer away from herbalism, using conventional medicine instead. I have come to appreciate herbs,... Read More

“As I stood knee-high in a field of their echinacea, guarded by the snowy peaks of Mount Adams and Mount Hood, with a cool breeze blowing down the valley, the notion of paradise transformed from imagination into reality.”

A Visit to Herb Heaven

“As I stood knee-high in a field of their echinacea, guarded by the snowy peaks of Mount Adams and Mount Hood, with a cool breeze blowing down the valley, the notion of paradise transformed from imagination into reality.”

ELDER - Fever & Flue Relief

Top 8 Herbs For Sore Throats, Colds and Flu (includes Dosage

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus). Mullein tea is a traditional treatment for respiratory problems, such as chest colds, bronchitis and asthma. The leaf tea is slightly bitter; the flower tea sweeter. Both leaves and flowers contain mucilage, which is soothing to irritated membranes, and saponins, which make coughs more productive. Research has shown that the herb has strong anti-inflammatory activity, and lab studies suggest that mullein flower infusions have antiviral properties, as well.

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus). Mullein tea is a traditional treatment for respiratory problems, such as chest colds, bronchitis and asthma. The leaf tea is slightly bitter; the flower tea sweeter. Both leaves and flowers contain mucilage, which is soothing to irritated membranes, and saponins, which make coughs more productive. Research has shown that the herb has strong anti-inflammatory activity, and lab studies suggest that mullein flower infusions have antiviral properties, as well.

Benefits of best Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow at home - THEINDIANSPOT - Page 10

Benefits of best Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow at home

What's the Difference Between Fresh and Dried Turmeric? — Word of Mouth

What's the Difference Between Fresh and Dried Turmeric?

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