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Natural Remedy Books: Are They Worth the Buy?

Natural Remedy Books: Are They Worth the Buy?

Going natural not only includes eating healthy and natural foods, but it likewise means taking care of many small health problems naturally. If you are suffering from a headache, migraine, or if you have a skin inflammation, such as a wart, you may want to look for natural solutions, as opposed to utilizing some of […]

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4 Natural Home Remedies to Fight Joint Pain

4 Natural Home Remedies to Fight Joint Pain

If we were to use metaphors, joint discomfort would probably be a war, instead of a fist battle. It is long, takes a psychological and emotional toll, and is unforeseeable. The good news is that you can win the war. This does not mean that you can treat your joint discomfort– it just implies that […]

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8 Herbs And Botanicals Used in Natural Medicine

8 Herbs And Botanicals Used in Natural Medicine

Many alternative types of medication, recommend a diet that will enhance your health. It doesn’t matter whether it’s homeopathy, naturopathy, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) or other types of natural medicine. There is an emphasis placed on your diet. Extremely often, herbs and botanicals are suggested. The health market is constantly waiting to capitalize on […]

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Plantain, Profile and Uses

Plantain, Profile and Uses

This is another one of the herbs that I like it grows almost everywhere and was one of the first herbs I started using. Habitat and Description Plantain is a lot like dandelions, it is considered a weed, and it grows almost everywhere, in yards, fields, meadows, and roadsides. It is native to Europe and […]

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Catnip, Getting to Know Its Profile and Uses

Catnip, Getting to Know Its Profile and Uses

Did you know catnip isn’t just for cats? Although cats love the stuff. It is a great easy to use and safe herb. Habitat and Description Catnip is a perennial, and a member of the mint family. You can find it in abandoned lots, waste places, or even in lawns. It is a very hardy […]

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