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Naturally Sparkling Apple Cider and How To Lacto-Ferment Any Juice ~ Real Food Family

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Stripping and Seasoning a Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet: THE BEST TECHNIQUE EVER!!!!

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Wooly Lamb's Ear

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herbal honey medicine; add garlic and sage to honey, let sit for 2 weeks. good for sore throats and coughs.

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Three Nursing Balms for New Mothers | The Nerdy Farm Wife

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More or Less CrUnChY: Birth Remedy Kit from ReignBow Birth.com Review and Giveaway!

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Epsom salt is hailed as one of the most beneficial and multi-functional products out on the market, and there is good reasons why it lives up to the hype. The benefits of Epsom salt begin with magnesium which is a very profuse element in your cells, right after oxygen and carbon.

The Benefits Of Epsom Salt

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iron tonic syrup

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Stinging nettle health benefits for home remedies that treat just about everything

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Kombucha Jello

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Science Daily: Your source for the latest research news and science breakthroughs -- updated daily

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Research by the Endometriosis Association (EA) revealed a startling link between dioxin (TCCD) exposure and the development of endometriosis. Dioxin is a toxic chemical byproduct of pesticide manufacturing, bleached pulp and paper products (such as chemically treated disposable tampons and pads), and medical and municipal waster incineration. The EA discovered a colony of rhesus monkeys that had developed endometriosis after exposure to dioxin. 79% of the monkeys exposed to dioxin developed endo

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conscious conception: foods for fertility

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Understanding Nervines & Adaptogens

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Paracelsus valued rosemary oil due to its ability to strengthen the entire body. He (rightly) believed that rosemary oil had the ability to heal delicate organs such as liver, brain as well as heart.

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Healing Teeth Naturally: a Guide for Getting Started

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cool recipe.

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1 gallon organic Green Label Virgin Coconut Oil (128 FL. oz.) Retail: $110.00 1 gallon Expeller-Pressed Coconut Oil, non-certified (128 FL. oz.) Retail: $65.00 Total: $175.00 Now: $105.00

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While the incidence of NTDs in the United States been significantly reduced since folic acid fortification began, there has been concern about the safety of chronic intake of high levels of folic acid from fortified foods, beverages and dietary supplements. (5) One of the major risks associated with excessive intake of folic acid is the development of cancer. (6) In patients with ischemic heart disease in Norway, where there is no folic acid fortification of foods, treatment with folic acid plus

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Dandelions are rich in vitamins A, C, E and B complex, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc. Dandelions are also one of the highest sources of vitamin K1. Dandelion root or leaf was recommended as a mild laxative that would also stimulate urination, salivation and the secretion of gastric juices and bile, improve appetite and generally tone the whole system. It has been used to treat liver, urinary tract and digestive problems. The roots have been reported to lover blood sugar and choles

The Medicinal Properties of Dandelion

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While hard proof of kombucha’s existence can be traced back to Russia in the late 19th century, there is little to no information available about Jun. Jun cultures reproduce more slowly than kombucha and Jun takes days to finish brewing. The cultures of Jun eat raw honey and green tea rather than unrefined sugar and black tea. Jun is also more alcoholic, hovering somewhere around the 2% range, versus kombucha’s .5% . Jun is like kombucha and mead synthesized into one.

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Dandelion!

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Concussion and Post-concussion Syndrome

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Spring Herbal CSA Large $200.00

Morgan Botanicals Herb Shop

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