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Clove tincture ~ Good for mouth sores and tooth infections as well as intestinal parasites. Plus it smells sooooo yummy! ;-)

How to Make a Clove Tincture | eHow

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How to Make Nettle Tincture Nettle is a nutrient-dense herb, rich in easily-assimilated vitamins A, C, D and K, as well as calcium, potassium, phosphorous, iron and sulfur.

How to Make Nettle Tincture - Shalom Mama

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Homemade Dandelion Tincture, herbal remedy, vodka, labeling, dated, dark amber bottles, medicine

Homemade Dandelion Tincture - Deep Roots at Home

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Anti-Fungal Black Walnut Salve...powerful treatment for athlete's foot, ringworm, and nail fungus

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Apothecary Herb Labels {Free Printable} ~ Home Pharmacy Series

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Cayenne Salve for Pain Relief - Photo by Jan Berry (HobbyFarms.com) #diy #salve

The Craft Hub: Cayenne Salve for Pain Relief - Hobby Farms

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Herbs for the garden - Lemon Balm

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Turmeric—A Natural Treatment for Hyperpigmentation (Dr. Oz recommended this, haven't tried it, don't know the results)

Turmeric—A Natural Treatment for Hyperpigmentation

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Native Americans have known this trick for thousands of years, but this first aid trick was one I’d personally never heard of, and certainly wouldn’t have ever thought to try. Believe it or not, Cayenne pepper is a plant that should be in everyone’s medicine cabinet, even if it’s not in your...

The Best First Aid: Stops The Bleeding in 10 Seconds! – Somediys.Com

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herbal pantry

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27 Survival Uses for Common Mullein: Use it for Medicine, in the Garden, in the Wilderness, and More...

27 Survival Uses for Common Mullein (link)

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Here are 10 helpful herbal tinctures to keep around for common ailments!

10 Helpful Herbal Tinctures to Keep Around - Everblossom

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Avens & Ground Ivy: Spring Tea Herbs

Avens & Ground Ivy: Spring Tea Herbs

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five things to do with wild violets

Five Things To Do With Wild Violets

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Red clover (Trifolium pretense) blossoms can be eaten fresh or steeped in hot water for tea. And you can toss both the green leaves and blossoms into a salad.

10 Edible Weeds

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Red Clover For Anxiety and Depression Red clover helps anxiety and depression in menopausal women

Red Clover For Anxiety and Depression

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Gather Cleavers for Springtime Medicine - Photo by Jon Sullivan/Flickr (HobbyFarms.com)

The Prescription Gardener: Gather Cleavers for Springtime Medicine - Hobby Farms

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Pickled Purslane foraged and free

Pickled Purslane Recipe | Friends Drift Inn Recipes Gardening & Hot Flashes | Recipes Gardening and Hot Flashes

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A Dock a Day May keep the Doc Away – Harvesting Wild Docks |

A Dock a Day May keep the Doc Away - Harvesting Wild Docks

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Plantain has often been the go-to remedy for hikers plagued by mosquitoes. Because it draws toxins from the body with its astringent nature, plantain may be crushed (or chewed) and placed as a poultice directly over the site of bee stings, bug bites, acne, slivers, glass splinters, or rashes.

Broadleaf Plantain: Pictures, Flowers, Leaves and Identification

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Joe Pye Weed - The entire plant is used as an alternative medicine with the roots being the strongest part. Crushed leaves have an apple scent and are dried then burned to repel flies. Infuse dried root and flowers for a diuretic tea to relieve kidney and urinary problems. Tea is used to induce sweating and break a high fever. Also useful for rheumatism, gravel (gallstones), and dropsy (fluid retention).

Joe Pye Weed, Gravel Root, Eupatorium purpureum

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Old names for herbs from A-Z "In the old days, herbalists and midwives didn't use textbook botanical names for herbs. Medicinal and magical plants had colorful descriptive names. Often, old books about magic and herbal healing use the folk names instead of the names commonly used today, and it can be confusing. So, here is an alphabetical listing of those names, along with the common and botanical names in current use." gypsymagicspells....

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New Video: Elderberries with Rosemary Gladstar

New Video: Elderberries with Rosemary Gladstar

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Creative Things You can Make from Your Herb Garden

Creative Things You Can Make from Your Herb Garden

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