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    Fun with Herbs


    Fun with Herbs

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    Why you need Lemon Balm in your Garden #garden #gardentips #dan330 livedan330.com/...

    Why You Need Lemon Balm in your Garden - Dan 330

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    Learn How to Make Medicinal Syrups with this easy to make recipe including Damiana, Ashwagandha and honey.

    How to Make Medicinal Syrups

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    I'm sure lots of you have this "weed" in your yard, but the Plantain herb has anti-bacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. I just found out you can crush it and hold it on a mosquito bite and it stops the itch!

    All About Plantain herb weed plantago major article research

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    Medicinal Uses for Jewel Weed

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    How to Infuse Herbs in Oil, Water, Vinegar, Alcohol or Honey @ Common Sense Homesteading

    How to Infuse Herbs in Oil, Water, Vinegar, Alcohol or Honey

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    Red Clover, Red Clover…Bring Healing on over! - Plus a delicious tea recipe!!

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    I just learned this trick this week! To keep container-grown rosemary healthy, a once-a-year root and stem pruning is called for.

    Rosemary Outdoors and In | Fine Gardening

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    Grandma's Secret To Keeping Basil in the Fridge for 1 Year. Use on sandwiches, in sauces, or soups

    Preserving Fresh Basil - Redhead Can Decorate

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    Plantain offers many health benefits and is one of the top three common medicinal herbs along with dandelion and chicory. Most plantain plants have leaves with veins that fork outward from a central midrib. Plantain does not have a blossom, it only has a compact seed head that shoots upward and turns from green to brown as the seeds mature. Plantain is both edible and medicinal, and it is a first-choice remedy for many skin ailments. All parts of the plant, including the seeds, are usable.

    Plantain: The Miracle Plant You Can Find in Your Yard

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    How to render beeswax from honeycomb at home in a few easy steps

    How to Render Beeswax from Honeycomb - Montana Homesteader

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    Homemade headache salve for stress, sinus or migraines | herbology, herbalism, healing plants, herbal medicine

    Homemade Headache Salve

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    Curly Dock, or Yellow Dock. Often viewed as a troublesome weed, the leaves and roots have medicinal properties. The leaves are edible | herbology, herbalism, healing plants, herbal medicine

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    Bone Deep Beauty: Notes on Comfrey » The Medicine Woman's Roots | herbology, herbalism, healing plants, herbal medicine

    Bone Deep Beauty: Notes on Comfrey » The Medicine Woman's Roots

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    How To Make Thieves Vinegar

    How To Make Thieves Vinegar

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    Companion Planting Herbs & Vegetables

    Companion Planting Herbs

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    How to Make a Homemade Rosehip and Honey Anti-Aging Eye Treatment

    How to Make a Homemade Rosehip and Honey Anti-Aging Eye Treatment

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    How do I store that? Dried herbs - Lay herbs on drying screens | PreparednessMama

    How Do I Store That? Dried Herbs | PreparednessMama

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    Thyme is also a powerful detoxifying agent, making it one of many liver detox foods. What’s more, the herb is a great immune system booster that encourages white blood cell formation while increasing resistance to foreign organisms. With cold and flu season upon us, considering adding thyme-based formulas to the medicine cabinet is a great idea. There is a reason the health benefits of thyme has been experienced for all of time.

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    Usnea, an easy-to-identify lichen, is such an important medicinal herb to have in the medicine cabinet. It is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-protozoan | Chestnut School of Herbs

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    How to grow and process turmeric

    The Rainforest Garden: How to Grow Turmeric

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    Make Your Own rose and chamomile Herbal Bath Tea Bags for your self care routines. Relax, reduce stress, calm your mind, reduce skin inflammation......... livingawareness.c...

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    27 medicinal plants for the garden - good to know for if we all have to hunker down and live off the land and food storage :-)

    27 Medicinal Plants Worth Your Garden Space

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    Pruning Lavender; Don't cut plants like lavender to the ground, and don't touch them in fall or winter.

    Pruning Subshrubs

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    How to Propagate Basil - So simple.and one of the best tricks ever!

    How to Propagate Basil

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    There are many, many uses for calendula! Calendula is perhaps most commonly known as a first aid remedy for cuts and wounds. It’s also used internally as an antimicrobial to help the body resist pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Having anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, astringent, and vulnerary properties, calendula is also a good herb for the skin. In this post, we have gathered together some of our favorite recipes and remedies using this herb for all sorts of uses.

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