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Stinging Your Way to Health?!?

Stinging nettle is an amazing herb. It can be enjoyed in your kitchen as a marvelously nutritious soup or used as a medicine to help lower blood pressure, balance blood sugar, soothe arthritic and joint pain, or to treat skin conditions such as eczema. Stinging nettle is a tonic herb with a long history of being used to treat a wide variety of ailments. She’s safe to use and tasty! You’ll want to revisit this herb again and again. Nettle Also Known As: Stinging Nettles Main Organs/Systems: Lungs, Prostrate, […]

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The Lost Book of Remedies

An old book I bought recently holds some very interesting information you might want to know about. Besides turning into my go-to book whenever I have a health problem, you’ll find some interesting things like: *why you should put garlic in your ear before going to sleep *what happens when you pour salt into a cabbage A. The salt mixes with the cabbage juice inside and begins to ferment B. The cabbage phytonutrients get “supercharged” by the acidity and turn into cholesterol sweepers C. After 3 days […]

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Sage: Not Just for Flavoring

Sage is a relative to the mint family. It is common for Sage to be ground, whole or rubbed but is generally in more of a coarse grain. Sage is grown in the United States but is also grown in Albania and Dalmatia. Sage is a very popular herb in the United States and is used quite frequently for flavoring such things s sausage, pork, lamb, and other meats, salads, pickles, cheese, and stuffing. The smell of Sage is very aromatic and distinct. Sage loves to hang […]

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