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Herb of the week

Posted on September 29, 2014 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (12)
The blog with not be updated for a while. Sorry of the inconvenience. thank you for all of your support. Love and appricate everyone of you.

herb of the week

Posted on September 16, 2014 at 10:56 AM Comments comments (12)
this week is about the herb Astragalus, and like most herbs there is not enough scientific evidence to determine  whether or not it is effective for any or all treatments.
Astragalus is used for common cold, upper respiratory infections, allergies, fibromyalgia, anemia, HIV/AIDS, and to strengthen and regulate the immune system. it is also used for chronic fatigue syndrome, kidney disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. Astragalus is commonly uses in combination with other herbs. I use this here personally for my Epsien Barr Virus to help with my already compromised immune system.
Have a wonderful week. Thank you

Herb of the week

Posted on September 9, 2014 at 1:58 PM Comments comments (11)
This week is about Elderberries. Tis the season to get out and pick them. Elderberries make great syrups, tinctures, cakes, you can put them in anything. they are a good antioxidant. good for sore throats, help to minimize the duration of the flu and colds. Its great in teas with lemon and honey for those sore throat that creep up. Best to take as the first sign of a cold or flu. Works even better with Echinacea, white willows bark, wild cherry bark, and some lavender or chamomile. Stay well and have a great week.

Herb of the week

Posted on August 18, 2014 at 10:20 PM Comments comments (15)
This week is about an herb that everyone has some interest in. Bloodroot. I got some of this information on the website below. please read the entire website.
Ancient medicine grounded in good science
Historically, Blood Root was used by the Native Americans to heal many aliments such as stomach problems, respiratory issues and removal of superficial tumors and warts.
Established research in PubMed, science direct and Medline suggest that the alkaloids in Blood Root are good candidates as chemo-therapeutic regimes and successful immune therapies. In fact, positive effects have been shown in laboratory studies for prostate, breast, pancreatic plus many other types of cancer. How does Blood Root kill cancer cells? There are numerous studies that detail the effects of Sanguinarine and cellular reproduction. The bottom line is that it causes cancer cell apoptosis meaning that it causes cancer cells to die.
 The beauty of Blood Root is that it does not harm healthy cells, but only kills the cancer cells. How wonderful is that??!!
 But I must caution you that Blood Root by nature is an emetic and if not taken properly, can cause nausea and make you vomit.
 DO NOT attempt to follow a regime of Blood Root on your own! - See more at: http://www.naturalhealth365.com/cancer_treatments/blood-root.html#sthash.0epvqLci.dpuf

Herb of the week

Posted on August 13, 2014 at 12:56 PM Comments comments (10)
So sorry that I am a week and a day late. A friend of mine said it was the New Moon, So I think I will blame it on that. haha. This weeks herbs are for women's health.  There are Ten Top herbs that will help with a women's health.
1. Ashwagandha for the mind
2. Black cohosh for over all health
3. Chamomile for stress
4. Chasteberry for uterine heath.
5. Green Tea for antioxidants
6. Hawthorn for cholesterol
7. Holy basil for adrenal fatigue
8.Motherwort for the heart
9. Nettles for bone health
10. Red Clover for the blood
and to add a extra one for women and because I was so late
11. Oatstraw for sexual vitality.
Thank you so much for your continued support have a great week.

herb of the week

Posted on July 29, 2014 at 4:44 PM Comments comments (11)
This week is about Gout. What is Gout you say, well imagine that some of the liquid in your body suddenly turned into glass and then that glass shattered. That is similar to what happens when you have a gout attack. the liquid is called uric acid, a normal by product of protein metabolism. That liquid changes into tiny crystals and settles into the joints. Nasty!! Right?!. So of course you will have to watch what you eat and drink.

1. Drink  water, to wash away the uric acid
2. Eat cherries, these will help prevent or even abort a gout attack.
3. Apple Cider Vinegar, take a tablespoon for relief and to prevent gout attacks.
4. Take Vitamin B6 and Magnesium for better hydrated tissues.
5. Avoid high purine foods and alcohol.

Hope this helps. Have a great week.
Thanks

Herb of the week

Posted on July 22, 2014 at 8:23 PM Comments comments (10)
This week herbs are about those pesty flies.
To repel flies with herbs. Put out of bowl of orange and lemon peels mixed with dried cloves. Also  if you plant rue and tansy near the doorways they will help to prevent the pests form entering the house.
Also you can use oils. flies don't like the scent of lavender, eucalyptus. or cedar. use ore or a combination of these essential oils in an aromatherapy diffuser or on a cotton ball placed around the room. add a few drops of an oil to small bowls of hot water to help disperse the scent throughout the room.
Thanks again until next week.

Herb of the week

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 7:24 PM Comments comments (4)
This week Herbs are for those who suffer from Eczema. First you want to switch your creams to for course an herbal cream that contains skin healing herbs such as calendula, comfrey and/or plantain. Then some essential oils or lavender and tea tree. Both of theses oils work directly on the eczema, as well as on the secondary bacterial fungal infections that can result.
Cream is typically better than a salve, especially if your eczema is dry and your skin is cracked.
Remember I have a eczema cream that works wonders.
Thanks again for your visit.

herb of the week

Posted on July 9, 2014 at 1:22 PM Comments comments (2)
Sorry this is soooo late. Hope you all had a great fourth of July.
carotene, calcium, vitamin C, a whole spectrum of B vitamins, and essential trace mineral such as magnesium, zinc, coper and selenium.
Red clover has a long history of use as a blood and lymphatic cleanser. it is often included in formulas for skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis. it also helps with children respiratory problems and effectively restore vitality and health following a respiratory infection.
Red clover is also a favorite herb for many menopausal women. Both the flowers and leave contain phytoestrogens, for those who don't know what that is, it is plant hormones, and isoflavones that have beneficial effect on menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, mood swings and night sweats.
Have a great rest of the week.
Thanks again

Herb of the week

Posted on June 24, 2014 at 11:23 PM Comments comments (6)
This week herb is Oregon Grape Root.
Oregon Grape Root is a strong bitter tasting herb from the Pacific northwest, Oregon grape has a long history as a digestive tonic and appetite stimulant. Over the last 20 years, evidence supports its use in treating chronic skin disorders has grown. Oregon Grape root extract, cram or ointments help to relieve psoriasis. Be sure to check back every day for different articles on herbs. Thanks


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