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Natural remedies for all types of aliments


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Herb of the Week

Posted on April 7, 2014 at 5:03 PM Comments comments (1)
Bearberry, Uva-Ursi is a great herb for urinary antiseptic, it contains arbutin, an irritant but strongly anti-bacterial substance that is effective against E. coli and organisms associated with urinary infections. If you are pregnant and have kendney disease it is recomnded not to take, however, it is effective remedy for cystitis, especially when the cnditionis recurrent and resistant to pharmaceutical antibiotics.

Herb of the week

Posted on March 24, 2014 at 10:49 AM Comments comments (1)
Today is about Flaxseed. Flaxseed date as far back as Hippocrates, which was used as a tea to treat sore throats, hoarseness, and bronchial spasms.
 Flaxseed tea can be used for mild constipation, and to encourage kidney function. the tea also works to ease kidney pains and cramping.
The tea can be drunk during bouts of bronchitis reduce inflammation of the lungs and prevent spasm.
Add lemon and honey to flaxseed tea to encourage its action and improve taste.
You can apply the oil of Flaxseed to sprains to reduce inflammation and ease the pain.
Also you can mix Flaxseed with lime water to reduce the pain of burns.
You can get Flaxseed at the Chalet in Vernal or through me of course, and at any health store.
Thanks for reading tune in next week for another Herb of the week.

herb of the week

Posted on March 17, 2014 at 10:39 AM Comments comments (2)
This week is about Spa Water, Spa Water is, for those of you that don't know, water that has extra umpff. Depending what you put in the water you will get the benefits. A real simple one is oranges, and basil. Orange helps reduce blood cholesterol and aids in circulation, basil is known to carry a number of healthy effects, particularly for the cardiovascular systems. Basil is a good source of vitamin A, the herb is believed to aid in providing good eyesight, healthy hair, and healthy skin.

Herb of the week

Posted on March 10, 2014 at 4:03 PM Comments comments (1)
This weeks herbs are for awake and alertness, Eleuthero and Condonopsis, are two great ginseng for fantastic stimulant. Both herbs can give you a kick in the pants in the morning while also balancing stress levels and making you feel more energized throughout the day, however do not take them later in the afternoon, though, or you make feel to "buzzed" to sleep. Both work well as tinctures, capsules and t4ea, an they blend nice with chai herbs or cocoa nibs. Rhodiola, similarly good as a stimulating adaptogen for mental and physical energy, tends to  start working within the day. As an added bonus, it seems that rhodiola may improve your body's ability to make ATP(Adenosine triphosphate), a primary source of energy on the cellular level. Holy Basil performs well for person who needs calmer energy during the day. it has an overall relaxing effect without being to sedating. More to come next week. Check back and see. 

herb of the week

Posted on February 24, 2014 at 11:14 AM Comments comments (0)
most people have a hard time with sleep and then have problems with staying awake through the day. Most turn to caffeine or energy drinks.  So Valerian, hops, skullcap, and passionflower. these four herb are great for a restful sleep so that you are not tired and drowsy all day. What more energy, get more sleep. Get a hold of me and I can get you a tincture, capsule or tea.

herb of th week

Posted on February 17, 2014 at 1:01 PM Comments comments (1)
Today is about headaches, all of us at some time has suffered from  nasty horrible pain in the head. There are three essential oils that help with headaches.  For a vaporized blend to put in your vaporizer, basil, lavender, and peppermint. for a balm, rosemary, lavender and peppermint. I make a headache balm and a lavender eye pillow that work wonders for headaches. give me a call and I can see what  I can do. Happy President's day

Herb of the week

Posted on February 10, 2014 at 2:19 PM Comments comments (3)
Today is about Fibromyalgia something that is close to my heart. I was diagnose with Fibromyalgia about 5 year ago, and it is something I would not wish on my worst enemy. However, Fibromyalgia is misunderstood and frequently undiagnosed with symptoms ranging from fatigue(often chronic), insomnia, and depression, to headaches, decrease cognitive function, they call this fibro fog, and joint and musculoskeletal pain. Of those affected 90% are women. Somewhat related to arthritis, fibromyalgia doesn't damage the joints. it affects the soft tissues and muscles instead. There is no cure yet!!! the natural world does offer some relieve from the pain.
Some of the herbs that help with Fibromyalgia is ashwaganda, chamomile, Devil's Claw, Echinacea, elderberry, Siberian ginseng, licorice root, milky oats, valerian, and willow bark to name a few. all of these herb have pain reducing and anti-inflammation and energy increasing properties just to name a few.
I have work of 5 year on a cream that will help with Fibromyalgia and is does work. so don't suffer anymore. call me or take a look at the website.

Herb of the week

Posted on February 3, 2014 at 11:44 AM Comments comments (0)
Ylang Ylang, is extracted from a tropical tree that grows in the Philippines, Indonesia and Comoros, and Madagascar. (My kids call this the lion oil) Ylang Ylang is a sedative and antidepressant, an a tonic for the nervous system. Depression, anxiety, tension, irritability, and stress-related insomnia can al benefit from its soothing properties. it helps to rebalance sebum production in oily skin, acne, and both dry and greasy scalps. It can irritate skin as well as bites and stings. Ylang Ylang is also an apherodsiac.

Herb of the week

Posted on January 27, 2014 at 10:07 AM Comments comments (0)
White Willow Bark treats arthritis, back pain. Properties are ant-inflammatory, mild painkiller, anaphrodisiac, tonic. uses: all types of arthritis, especially with inflamed joint and for gout. with celery see for multiple painful joints. It is a wounderful herb.

Herb of the week

Posted on January 20, 2014 at 7:15 PM Comments comments (0)
Thyme is a great herb for cooking. However, did you know that Thyme is a great herb for medical purposes as while, such as antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, expectorant, digestive tonic. For uses in any cough with infected or tough phlegm. Helpful, if taken regularly, in asthma. Specific for the treatment of whooping cough. Indigestion wind, and intestinal infections. Weak tea for nightmares. Thyme vinegar is antifungal for athlete's foot.