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  • Alex Carson

    10 Herbs That Heal ~ This is an amazing poster that shows how you can benefit from different natural herbs when you have different health issues. More interestingly, you can see how to pair them with other foods to increase their effect. Most of these herbs have been used for centuries in ancient medicines and proven to be effective.

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    Healing Herbs

  • Kaeti Frady

    A pinch of herbalism.

  • Danielle Miller

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  • Shoe Farts

    natural remedies food Maybe grow some in my future garden

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Medicinal Herb and Spice Cabinet. The healing and regenerative properties of herbs and spices are well documented and for many people and already have a place on the spice rack, such as oregano, basil, sage, and garlic may be a current staple in your kitchen. But peppermint, rosemary, thyme and fennel are equally rich in healing and regenerative properties for your medicinal garden. Preparation for a potential long-term emergency isn’t complete until your spice and herb medicine cabinet is full.

HERBs a gift from the earth and whats from the earth is of the greatest worth. Re-pinned publicly by www.DianesOils.com :)

Original poster states: Traditional Healing Herbs illustration reminds me of a nature walk I took in Hot Springs, Virginia last month, a steep 2 mile hike up to a mountain top was sprinkled with signs explaining the medicinal uses of every tree you passed.