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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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10 Important Home Remedy Products for Preppers

10 Important Home Remedy Products for Preppers

Throughout times of emergency and the after-effects of a natural catastrophe or a terrorist attack, many people will begin to panic. They’ll hurry to the shopping malls and shops and buy up whatever vital products that they believe they’ll need. If you’re a smart prepper, you’d have prepared all your stores and materials beforehand. One […]

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5000 Year-Old Medical Secret Unearthed!

5000 Year-Old Medical Secret Unearthed!

When you get sick, you go to the physician. And the doctor will, obviously, prescribe medications. You will go and buy medications. You take them, and hopefully, you recover. This is how the health profession goes on nowadays– a cycle of diagnosis and prescription. If anybody were to give you herbs for medication, you would […]

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Natural Oils and Herbal Remedies for Migraine Patients

Natural Oils and Herbal Remedies for Migraine Patients

Research study reveals that females are 3 times more likely to deal with migraine than males. Migraine is likewise a lot more common among American females than type 2 diabetes, osteoarthritis, or bronchial asthma. More than 80% of individuals with migraines (called migraineurs) have other members in the family that have them as well. Migraine […]

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