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When You do a little surf on our web page , maybe practical idea will comes to you, and that is to make your home herbal pharmacies, which will be parallel with all other drugs. In history behind us, it was usual and believe the fact that only part of these plants, seeds, flowers, leaves, gather and receive greater health and preventive safety. This is only suggestion,what ho have inside your herbal pharmacy
Wild strawberries, raspberries, birch, chestnut, walnut and mint and sure plantain.
Hawthorn, wild strawberries, chokeberry, anise, rose hips, mandrel.
Scots pine, birch, poplar, young walnuts
Watermelons, sunflower, pumpkin, flax
Cherry, thorn, linden, andzelike
Yarrow, thyme, oregano, bay leaf, thyme, mint.
Salep, iris, mallow, thorn,
And always highly hygienic wood ash in small quantities.
Cleaning with a solution of equal parts white distilled vinegar and water is by far one of the most effective ways to clean, not to mention one of the safest you your health, your family’s, and yes, even the environment.
Add the power of herbs, and you have one super cleaning solution. In this case a natural and powerful anti-bacterial spray.Sage has been tested to have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties against E. coli, Salmonella typhi, and Candida albicans, among many other microorganisms. Sage it is in fact one of the very few cooking herbs to have such power. (Source)
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Making your own wine at home is rewarding, extremely fun and can be cheaper than buying a bottle at your local store.
If you like experimenting with flavors and inventing new exciting combinations then wine making should be your next project for sure.
There are tons of great recipes out there, we have collected this modest list of 8, which include our very favorite homemade fruity wines, so please enjoy!
Since I’ve been promoting hydration asthe most important part of the alkaline diet I’ve had heaps of questions asking me whether herbal teas are alkaline, so I thought it would be a nice idea to blog about my favourite alkaline herbal teas!
The first thing to address is this – is boiled water alkaline? The answer is yes! Water that is ‘naturally’ alkaline due to ionization or mineral content holds it’s pH wonderfully. You can use a water ionizer, alkaline water jug or other filter to make alkaline water, boil this and you’re set. If you’ve ionized the water, it also holds its ORP too.
As for pH drops, I would add these to the tea after it has boiled and cooled a little (i.e. just before you drink it). I’m personally not that comfortable boiling pH drops. No scientific reason, it just doesn’t sit well with me!
• Vitamins: A, C, E, B1, B2, Niacin (B3), B5, B Complex
• Minerals: Calcium, Manganese, Iron, Selenium, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc
• Additional Compounds: Carotene, Fatty Acids, Chlorophyll, Flavonols, Polyphenols, Inositol, Trace Minerals, Antioxidants, Tannins, Pantothenic Acid and 15 Amino Acids.
Homemade Honey & Onion Cough Syrup
Here’s a recipe for an all-natural cough syrup that is great for adults, and can be adjusted so that it excludes honey when using for young children. It saves money, tastes better than it sounds, and is healthier (and probably more effective) than over-the-counter cough medicine to boot. Using OTC cough medicine is just extra money spent, extra chemicals, and a nasty flavor, none of which you need when you’re already battling a cough.
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The subject of anticancer herbs is certainly a controversial one. Opinions are polarized – with some strongly opposed to orthodox cancer treatments, and some strongly opposed to herbal medicine.
A very significant amount of scientific research has been done in the investigation of anticancer properties of various plants – however much work still needs to be done.
The purpose of this page is neither to attempt to persuade, nor to debunk – but simply to present as much good information as possible on the subject, in order that the person interested in the possibility of anticancer herbs may be assisted in “doing their homework”. See this page as a “starting point” for research or investigation. I’ve done my best to cite references that I have found. It is written in the small print at the foot of this page in greater detail, but it is expedient to repeat it: This page is not medical advice, nor is it intended to substitute for professional medical consultation.