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How To Make And Use Mullein Flower Oil | Growing Up Herbal

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Hollyhocks: Drought resistant and are medicinal plants. Can use leaves for poultice, make a tisane for respiratory healing, flowers are edible.

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Aromatherapy for chickens! Fresh or dried herbs in your nesting boxes not only work as insecticides, but also have anti-bacterial properties, and can act as natural wormers, anti-parasitics, insecticides, rodent control, stress relievers and laying stimulants. Here is a partial list of common herbs and flowers and their beneficial properties:

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10. Quit wasting money on green onions! Next time you buy fresh green onions don't toss the white ends. Instead stick them in water and place in a sunny window. Whenever you have a recipe that calls for green onions just snip off what you need.

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If ~ on an Autumn night ~ you quietly opened the heavy,oaken door leading to a Still Room,you would immediately smell that special scent of the season shortly to unfold,for this would be the mysterious space where garden linked w/ house to provide all manner of seasonal treats,as well as the usual healing lotions & ointments regularly prepared within it's walls.The lady of the house was in charge of the room,where medicines, cosmetics,home cleaning products & home-brewed beer or wine was ma...

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Hen of the woods, or maitake, Grifola frondosa

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Good to know what these look like.

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Jewelweed is sometimes called Wild Touch Me Not-because once the plant begins to produce seed pods the slightest touch will send seeds flying in all directions.

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Did you know that you can simply plant the top of a pineapple in a pot and grow another? Gonna have to try this!

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4-6 drops of Eucalyptus oil rubbed into the soles of your feet (add socks)to stop nighttime coughing and everyone can sleep! Even for asthmatic children!!!

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Asparagus is one of the tastiest, easiest vegetables you can g row. A little work up front pays off with years of good eating. Find out how to plant and manage this quintessential spring crop.

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This is my favorite rose in all the world.. fragrant, no thorns and rambles beautifully. Zephirine Drouhin. If you can't find it at your local nursery, check online at the Antique Rose Emporium.

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Wax Myrtle - Natural Mosquito Repellant

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