Healthy Herbals


Healthy Herbals

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Lemon Balm Start To Finish

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Herbcraft - Mullein...

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19 Different Trees You Can Use As Medicine - SurvivalistDaily.... #survival #prepping #survivalmedicine

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Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth: How to Make a Sleepy-Time Tincture

How to Make a Sleepy-Time Tincture

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"Honeysuckle flowers (Lonicera japonica, Caprifoliaceae) are powerfully anti-microbial and anti-viral and are one of the most widely used medicinals in the world. I use the flowers to treat hot inflamed conditions – urinary tract infections, laryngitis, sinus and ear infections, head colds, and even staph infections."

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"Honeysuckle flowers (Lonicera japonica, Caprifoliaceae) are powerfully anti-microbial and anti-viral and are one of the most widely used medicinals in the world. I use the flowers to treat hot inflamed conditions – urinary tract infections, laryngitis, sinus and ear infections, head colds, and even staph infections."

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Awesome Benefits of Lemongrass | Herbal Living

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How to Make a Ginger Tincture for nausea

How to Make a Ginger Tincture

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Collecting Wild Hawthorn for Food & Medicine In the last few years, I’ve become more and more interested in identifying native plants and foraging. In the last year, I’ve also grown to fall in love with wildcrafting. In case you’re unfamiliar, wildcrafting is collecting plants or herbs from the wild and using them for food and/or […]

My Wildcrafting Course: Working with Hawthorn

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How to Harvest Fresh Aloe Vera Gel....put the gel into a small glass of orange juice or into a shake......it has no taste.

How to Harvest Fresh Aloe Vera Gel page 13

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Marsh mallow Leaf - References to it as a healing herb are found in Homer's Iliad, written over 2,800 years ago. | herbology, herbalism, healing plants, herbal medicine

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Nine Sacred Herbs of the Anglo-Saxons - Mugwort, Plantain, Nasturtium, Betony, Chamomile, Crab-Apple, Nettle, Chervil, Fennel.

The Nine Sacred Herbs of the Anglo-Saxons

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Pine needle tea: Fortify yourself with this unusual cancer-killer and all-around health tonic

Pine needle tea: Fortify yourself with this unusual cancer-killer and all-around health tonic

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Comfrey #herbs

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Harvesting and drying plantain

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Creeping Charlie (Glechoma hederacea) - Weekly Weeder #25 - This common weed can take over a lawn or garden, but it's high in vitamin C and can be used for food and medicine.

Weekly Weeder #25 - Creeping Charlie+ Wildcrafting Wednesday

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olive leaf extract

This Simple Leaf Prevents Stroke, Hypertension, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and More

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Close-up view of 7 plant Navajo Herbal Medicine Chart. This Herbal Medicine Chart displays: Snake Weed, Navajo Tea, Blue Flower Lupine, Sumac Berries, Rabbit Brush, Juniper Mistletoe, and Purple Bee Plant. www.bairsindiantr...

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Herbal Antibiotics: An Effective Defense Against Drug-Resistant ‘Superbugs’ - From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

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home herbal medicine pantry | herbology, herbalism, healing plants, herbal medicine

The Herbal Pantry | Off The Grid News

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Health Benefits of Burdock | Medi Tricks | herbology, herbalism, healing plants, herbal medicine

Health Benefits of Burdock

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Black Hawthorn -- herbs for hypertension

Herbs for high blood pressue -- Joybilee Farm

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While not commonly used by many Western herbalists today, self-heal has a long history of use for healing wounds, both inside and outside the body, as well as for moving lymph and soothing sore throats.

The Self Heal Herb

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Wild Edibles: How to Use Lambsquarter From Root to Seed – Real Food – MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Wild Edibles: How to Use Lambsquarter From Root to Seed

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invigorating whipped grapefruit peppermint body sugar scrub with coconut oil

Whipped Grapefruit Mint Sugar Scrub - The Kitchen McCabe

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Homemade Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream

Homemade Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream

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Hawthorn recipes for the Heart - The Homestead Garden

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Frankincense - 10 everyday uses for this incredible healing treasure. Throughout history people have valued Frankincense more highly than gold and for good reason. (www.mydoterra.com...)

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Learn how to harvest chamomile, plus a simple chamomile tea recipe!

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Valerian uses and information

HowStuffWorks "Valerian: Herbal Remedies"

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How to make a medicinal yarrow first aid salve that is great for cuts, bee stings, bug bites, rashes, and more! Montana Homesteader

Medicinal Yarrow First Aid Salve - Montana Homesteader

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helichrysum essential oil

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lamb's ear plant herb herbal uses

How To Grow & Use Wooly Lamb's Ear

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Make your own natural anti-inflammatory capsules with herbs! Like ibuprofen, but better.

How to Make an Herbal Ibuprofen | Natural Wellness Hub

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Plantain is a great natural bee sting remedy, but I recently learned about lemon balm and its amazing ability to calm and comfort bug bites, including bee stings. Although you may have your favorite natural bee sting remedy already, it never hurts to have another on standby. And you never know, maybe you’ll end up with a new favorite.

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Foraging Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice

Foraging Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice

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Doterra essential oils recipes for healthier living

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11 Amazing Benefits Of Red Clover For Skin, Hair And Health

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Echinacea Blossom Tincture

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st john's Wort oil - for sciatica , muscle cramps , sore muscles , wound healing ( like c - section ) and hemorrhoids during pregnancy .... Also great for your first aid kit for healing your kids scraps , burns , bruises and cuts

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Purslane leaves contain more Omega-3 fatty acids (α-linolenic acid) than any other leafy vegetable plant.

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Explanation of antioxidants.

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Early Spring Foraging: Garlic Mustard - Real Food - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

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Butcher's Broom root Its medicinal applications involve the use of the root (rhizome), which has been found by ancient peoples and modern medicine alike to be one of nature’s most potent remedies for a wide spectrum of circulatory ailments ranging from thrombosis and phlebitis to varicose veins and hemorrhoids. The root has been used medicinally as a diuretic, an anti-inflammatory, to prevent atherosclerosis and circulatory insufficiency.

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Black Walnut Powder has anti-fungal, antiseptic, astringent, and antiviral properties, and has earned a great reputation as a vermifuge and anti-parasitical remedy, particularly for the intestinal tract, has been used to treat hemorrhoids, intestinal worms parasites, fevers, wounds and bruises, and is effective on the malaria parasite and tapeworm.As a rich source of organic iodine, also gained much popularity as nourishment for the thyroid.

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As a medicinal plant, chamomile has been in constant use since the times of ancient Egypt.

Chamomile - Benefits and Side Effects « Herbs List

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The use of Agrimony dates back to the ancient Egyptians. Its main use was as a gargle for sore throats. It is very effective at reducing pain and reducing inflammation. Many singers gargle with Agrimony tea before a performance as it helps sooth the throat.

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