Uterine Fibroids and vaginal infections

Uterine Fibroids and vaginal infections

Many women have encountered some sort of vaginal yeast infection or even battled with a case of uterine fibroids.  For the yeast infection; a fungus called candida which is also a natural resident in the intestines and vagina, an area that shouldn’t be imbalanced, but if so, can lead to discharge, itching, swelling, to your general discomfort.  Most cases of yeast infections have increased due to antibiotics which destroy beneficial natural flora found in the vagina and allow more harmful bacteria or yeast to multiply.  Trichomoniasis is another common vaginal infection as is chlamydia which can be passed to a baby during childbirth and cause blindness.

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Moringa Garden Sisters! (Handcrafted Dolls)

Moringa Garden Sisters!
(Handcrafted Dolls) Collect them all.

 Moringa Garden sisters Dolls moringa garden dolls

(Order them here)

Designed in 1998 by artist Rene’ Epps. Due to creativity and her overall respect for beauty; this eye-candy of cultural dolls were inspired to spice up the colors in your home & garden.
Theses sisters come together to share roots, culture, love & friendship..
These make great gifts as paper weights; they can sit in your garden, or in a window seal.

ms pineapple sage doll purple passon doll Native sunflower doll
*Each Doll comes with a choice of FREE organic seed packet and 1 Eco Biodegradable pot.

 

Moringa Herbal Lip Balm!

Natural Organic Moringa Lip Balm!

Sooth and heal dry lips naturally with Moringa herbal lip balm, Made with natural SPF sunscreen

and blended with herbs and fruit oils.

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DIY Making Natural Cough Syrups!

How to Make Medicinal Syrups

How to Make Medicinal Syrups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medicinal syrups are a great way to administer not so pleasant tasting herbs to young ones and bothered adults alike, or a great way to let your favorite herbs come to life in beverages and food dishes. Finding a nice combination of a pleasant aromatic herb and a medicinal herb can leave you with a tasty concoction perfect for many occasions and recipes! Herbal syrups make great additions to teas, desserts, bubbly beverages and cocktails, or all on their own by the spoonful!

Syrups can be prepared with sugar or honey. If prepared with honey, my preferred method, medicinal syrup can be soothing and coating to the digestive tract membranes it comes into contact with, such as the throat. Besides being absolutely great for you, who doesn’t love a good honey coat when it’s cold outside? For proper preservation and a shelf stable syrup, it is recommended to use a ratio of 1:1 (tea to honey). However, you can cut back to 2:1 or 3:1. If you use less sweetener to tea parts, you will need to keep your syrup refrigerated and use quickly. You can also add some tincture to help preserve your syrup longer, as well as give an extra medicinal boost.

The best thing about syrups is that like tea or tinctures, you can formulate with any combination of herbs to create medicine for your needs. While elderberry syrup is the most popular, I also love to have individual or combinations of ginger, thyme, elecampane, chamomile, peppermint, marshmallow root, schisandra berry, echinacea root, elder flower, hawthorn berry, holy basil, and hop flower syrups around!

How to Make Medicinal Syrups

Ingredients

These two ingredients are good for helping with the mild mood changes we all experience from time to time. This syrup goes great drizzled on top of dessert, spooned into tea or hot toddies, or taken by the spoonful throughout the day.

Directions

  • First make a very strong decoction, using 1 oz of herb per 16 oz of water. Warm over low heat, bring to a simmer, cover partially, and reduce the liquid down to half the original volume.
  • When you have 8 oz of liquid, add 8 oz of honey.
  • Warm the mixture over low heat, stirring well. *Do not heat above 110 degrees.*
  • Optional: Add 1 part tincture or brandy to 3 parts syrup for a medicinal boost and longer shelf life.
  • Pour syrup into bottles and label. Store in the refrigerator, where it will last for up to six months. You can find the cork top glass bottles that I used right HERE. They are wonderful syrup vessels!

Medicinal Syrup

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Lambs Quarters Edible weed!

lambs quarters

Lambs Quarters weed: For years I pulled these up in the yard, I always wondered where these good nutritionally well YES!!!! I’ll never discard of these again…

Lambsquarters is one of the highest natural forms of nutrition,
It grows right in your backyard like dandelion Nettles and other weeds.
It is a huge source of vitamin A and K also high in vitamins and minerals.
It can be juiced and used in smoothies.

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