Bilberry – Circulatory, Diabetes & Vision

Bilberry – Circulatory, Diabetes & Vision

For centuries Bilberry   Click to listen highlighted text! Bilberry (aka Huckleberry) has been used as a circulatory enhancer and diabetic aid. One of the most beneficial aspects to Bilberry's circulatory effects is the fact...

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Anise Drop Cookies Recipe

Anise Drop Cookies Recipe

These anise drop cookies have strangely subtle licorice overtones. Are you up for it? Note: Use the seeds. To release the full flavor crush seeds. The simplest and most fundamental cookies to create...

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Herb Seed Germination – Fun!

Herb Seed Germination – Fun!

Welcome to Germination Station Years ago I visited the Dry Creek Herb Farm in Auburn, California. It was around Thanksgiving. It was cold and a bit rainy. Most of the herbs were out of season, many...

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Benefits of Soy – Medicinally Speaking!

Benefits of Soy – Medicinally Speaking!

Yes... Soy is classified as an herb because it is a plant that has been used for medicinal purposes. Of the many benefits of soy, it is a versatile and nutritious food source. Soybeans are a good...

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Green or Black Tea – Health Benefits

Green or Black Tea – Health Benefits

Green or black tea is brimming with heart-healthy benefits. Green tea is rich in catechins, which are antioxidants that can help lower cholesterol and keep arteries clear. Black tea, on the other...

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Herbs to Sow and Grow in September

Herbs to Sow and Grow in September

Some herbs to sow and grow in September are basil, dill, oregano, parsley, and rosemary. These herbs do well when planted in late summer or early fall. The best way to plant them is to sow the seeds...

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Growing Herbs in Containers

Growing Herbs in Containers

There are so many choices for growing herbs in containers because there are a lot of herbs that are suitable for it. You can have lots of fun trying different combinations. Lavender, basil, thyme,...

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Oregon Grape – Chronic Candida

Oregon Grape – Chronic Candida

Oregon grape has been used in connection with chronic candida, conjunctivitis / blepharitis, diarrhea, infection, parasites, poor digestion, psoriasis, and urinary tract infections. The...

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Thyme – Respiratory, Skin, Digestion

Thyme – Respiratory, Skin, Digestion

Thyme is an herb that has been used medicinally for centuries. Uses for Thyme: 1. Culinary: Thyme is commonly used as a culinary herb. It has a strong, aromatic flavor that goes well with many...

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Turmeric – Powerful Antioxidant!

Turmeric – Powerful Antioxidant!

Turmeric is a spice that has been used in India for centuries. It has a wide range of health benefits, including the ability to improve digestion, reduce inflammation, and boost...

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Saw Palmetto – Prostate

Saw Palmetto – Prostate

Saw Palmetto Benefits At least seven controlled studies on saw palmetto demonstrate that standardized saw palmetto berry extract is better than placebo for treating symptoms of benign prostate...

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Hydroponic Herb Garden

Hydroponic Herb Garden

How to Start and Grow Your Own Hydroponic Herb Garden First let's briefly discuss why you might want to try your hand at a hydroponic herb garden... Hydroponics began when scientists isolated and...

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Hoodia – Weight Loss

Hoodia – Weight Loss

In a study published in the journal Appetite, hoodia was shown to help people eat less and lose weight. In the study, overweight women were given hoodia or a placebo. The women...

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Natural Flower Remedies

Natural Flower Remedies

Flower Remedies are used an as alternative or complementary for emotional healing, well-being and pain. The remedies are liquid, flower preparations made from watered-down fresh blossoms of a plant...

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Juniper Berry – Bladder & Kidneys

Juniper Berry – Bladder & Kidneys

The traditional use of juniper berry is as a diuretic and to treat conditions of the bladder or kidneys. Diuretic action of juniper berry essential oil is well established and attributed to...

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Herbal Tea

Herbal Tea

Here are 14  recipes of Herbal Tea... to tempt your taste buds and make you feel better at the same time! What are you waiting for? Let's put on the tea kettle and relax with a lovely cup of herbal...

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Fennel

Fennel

In traditional herbal medicine, fennel was used to treat indigestion and flatulence, encourage production of breast milk, improve sex drive, increase urination, and bring on menstrual bleeding. In...

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