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Rabbit Tobacco / Sweet Everlasting / Cherokee Tobacco. Contains no nicotine & doesn't have to be smoked. Many Medicinal Uses: Migraine, Sinus Trouble, Cough, Asthma, Flu & many more. Some Native Americans believed the smoke held a spiritual or mystic power
Ingredients 1 c. honey 1 c. lemon juice 5-7 radishes 1 sm. red onion 6 garlic cloves (If my cloves are super-small, I use a couple more.) Dump everything into the blender and blend until smooth. Strain. Refrigerate between uses, for up to a week or so.
Gnaphalium obtusifolium (rabbit tobacco) "...remedy for sore throats, pneumonia, colds, fevers, upset stomach, abdominal cramps, asthma, flu, coughs, rheumatism, leukorrhea, bowel disorders, mouth ulcers, hemorrhage, tumors, and say that it has been used as a mild nerve sedative, a diuretic, and an antispasmodic; it can be smoked as a tobacco substitute."
Mustard seeds are an excellent source of selenium, a nutrient that helps reduce the severity of asthma, chest congestion, decreases symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, & helps prevent cancer as well as inhibiting growth of existing cancer cells. The seed helps to lower high blood pressure, reduce frequency of migraine & prevent heart attack in patients suffering from atherosclerosis or diabetic heart disease. Mustard seed oil has been known to stimulate hair growth. #dherbs #healthtips
HOME REMEDIES FOR SINUS CONGESTION - Inhaling Smoke From Turmeric-----> Take a small dried rhizome of turmeric and place it on the burner of your stove to be heated directly. After a few seconds you can see smoke emanating from it and direct the smoke through your nose into your nasal passage. Turmeric smoke is an effective decongestant as has been proved by traditional practices
My Grammie used to so this: Old-Fashioned Mustar Plaster "A mustard plaster will bring nearly immediate relief and warmth to a respiratory system plagued by long lingering coughs, congestion, bronchitis or cold damp pneumonia. It works mainly by increasing circulation and introducing deep heat to congested lungs, thus stimulating the loosening and expectoration of mucus."