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    Oregano, a common herb used in cooking, has been used as a healing and immune system boosting agent … Read More
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    Exercise keeps the entire body healthy and releases psychological stress. Regular exercise will bene… Read More
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    Epsom salt, or magnesium sulfate, is a naturally occurring mineral commonly used in farming, gardeni… Read More
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    Valerian is an herb native to Europe and Asia. Valerian has been used as a medicinal herb at least s… Read More
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    Lemon juice is a natural astringent and mild antibacterial agent making it an excellent cleanser. Mo… Read More
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    Ginseng is a slow-growing herb found exclusively in the northern hemisphere. The root is most often … Read More
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    Echinacea, or purple coneflower, is a flowering herb native to North America. The most common use fo… Read More
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    Apple Cider Vinegar has hundreds of household uses. Its anti bacterial and anti fungal properties ma… Read More
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    Vinegar has hundreds of household uses. Its anti bacterial and anti fungal properties make it especi… Read More
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    Goldenseal is an herb in the buttercup family, native to southeast Canada and the northeast United S… Read More
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    Castor oil is the vegetable oil pressed from the castor bean, and has been used in folk medicine for… Read More
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    Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins in the diet. It helps to strengthen the immune syste… Read More
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    Yogurt is a dairy product made by using bacteria to ferment milk. Yogurt is good for stimulating dig… Read More
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    The tea tree that is used to make tea tree oil is a bush that grows in Australian swamps. It was ori… Read More
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    Oatmeal is a traditional remedy for skin problems of all kinds. It may be best known for its use in … Read More
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    Honey is a sweet, sticky substance produced by honey bees from nectar, which is partially digested a… Read More
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    Nettle is the general term for herbaceous plants of the genus Urtica. "Stinging nettle" (Urtica dioi… Read More
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    The medicinal properties of ginger make it a veritable wonder-herb. Ginger is used for alltypes of … Read More
 

 

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