Is salt that bad for you? Not if it’s good salt. There’s good salt and bad salt? Yes. The one that’s bad for you is the most widely available sodium that is highly processed and bleached and that will drive up your blood pressure relentlessly, and it also has added anti-caking agents to “let it flow”. Now, the…
Keep warm with ginger. This is great for people with poor circulation as it warms up your cold hands and feet.
Dandelions are not weeds, they are actually a nutritious herb loaded with vitamins and minerals such as vitamins A, B, C, D, and K, as well as minerals like iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium, and potassium
We can particularly praise the medicinal qualities of Turmeric, which finds its place in many herbal preparations related to aiding inflammation, liver and skin disorders.
Garlic does wonders for the human body in many ways. In fact, Garlic has been used medicinally for at least 3,000 years, but until relatively recently its benefits were considered little more than folklore. But it’s becoming more and more accepted that it works wonders for health. There has been some bad press about Garlic…
Activated Charcoal Powder is an incredible tummy tamer. Because it is so black doesn’t mean it’s bad. Looks bad, but it is a Godsend as a remedy.
Yarrow’s anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties make it a perfect first aid remedy.
Horsetail contains more than 35% silica. Silica is used to help absorb calcium properly.
Red Clover grows in the fields everywhere so it’s easy to collect the blossoms and dry them to make tea later.
This is a simple and delicious way to use the blood cleansing Red Clover Herb. Drink it hot or over ice.
When you buy corn, keep the silk and make these wonderful diuretic drops.
As one of the most loved aromatic herbs, lavender has been cultivated and used throughout the centuries.