Category: herbalism

Werk werk werk werk werk! I love this job! #he…

Werk werk werk werk werk! I love this job! #herbalism
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My new video is up! I am not gonna lie I am a little all over the place, but I hope the info is helpful for everyone!

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Herbalist problems.

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So I’m sitting here with a stomach ache,…

So I’m sitting here with a stomach ache, suffering. Then I remember I’m an herbalist and I can make something. Lol. This chamomile, cinnamon, ginger, and lemon balm tea is just the trick.
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Blue Cohosh Root – Uses and Benefits Blue co…

Blue Cohosh Root – Uses and Benefits

Blue cohosh was once used extensively as a medicinal herb by several native American tribes, and many of the herb’s uses were soon adopted by the European settlers.

It was primarily used for ailments related to women’s health, especially during labor and birth.
The herb was used to reinforce contractions and restore or speed up slow labor due to lack of muscle strength in the womb.

It was also considered to have relaxing effect during labor and to relieve anxiety and pain during pregnancy.

Current application of blue cohosh as herbal medicine does not differ significantly from the traditional use.

The herb is still considered by some herbalists and midwives as a tonic for the womb and a remedy that can relieve pain in the uterus and fallopian tubes.

To learn more about the benefits of Blue Cohosh CLICK HERE: https://www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/blue-cohosh-root.html

Herbal Treatment Options for Adrenal Fatigue …

Herbal Treatment Options for Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal fatigue is a condition that has been covered in medical literature for over 100 years. In recent years, however, the prevalence of adrenal fatigue has increased.

A condition that occurs as a result of stress over prolonged periods, adrenal fatigue has symptoms that may feel similar to chronic fatigue, but it cannot be healed with sleep and rest alone.

The common symptoms associated with adrenal fatigue include feeling lethargic, a general feeling of being unwell, tiredness where you may feel “wired,” and poor sleep quality.

While plants and herbs can help to treat adrenal fatigue, these need to form part of an overall healthy lifestyle with quality food, exercise, and adequate sleep.

To learn more about the benefits and uses of medicinal herbs for adrenal fatigue CLICK HERE:https://www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/adrenal-fatigue-herbs.html

Crystal Herbalism – All Hallows Eve

Crystal Herbalism – All Hallows Eve

Halloween is a time where the veil between the spirit world and ours is at its thinnest. Halloween allows us to connect with those who have pasted one and the magical energies that surrounds us during the hollows eve moon.

The black cat is a symbol of protection and good luck, on Halloween if you spot one make a wish. Connect with the energies of the back cat to enhance your magic, strengthen intuition, and provide psychic awareness. Black cats are messengers from the underworld, they provide ancient knowledge of the spirit realm. They are the symbol of magic within witchcraft and are cherished in many cultures.

Black Cat Tea

  • 1 tsp Jasmine
  • ½ tsp Spearmint
  • ½ tsp Marigold
  • ½ tsp Licorice Root

This tea will provide the energy of the black cat and lucid dreaming. Keep a tigers eye or smokey quartz close to you on Halloween, to protect you from negativity and unwanted entities. For extra protection sprinkle chamomile around your home or put in a bag to hang on door to ward off hexes and evil spirits.

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Ok!! So its the week of Halloween!! That means a SALE!!

33% off all store items with code: Hallowin

Not only that, but Aura readings, tarot readings, and oracle readings are $3.33!

This only lasts until 11/4/2018.

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Asafetida – Spice with Interesting Uses The …

Asafetida – Spice with Interesting Uses

The scientific species name assa-foetida is composed of the Persian word aza meaning “resin” and the Latin word foetidus meaning “smelly” referring to the plant’s rather strong and unpleasant odor.

At the time of the Roman Empire asafetida was a popular seasoning and the Romans referred to it as “food of the gods.”

For centuries the plant was imported from countries around the Persian Gulf to Europe.

In the Middle Ages, asafetida was used both as spice and medicine across Europe.

In Chinese herbal medicine, asafetida has been used since 600 AD mainly as a nerve stimulant in the treatment of neurasthenia (nerve weakness).

The herb is also widely used in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda) as a brain stimulating herb.

To learn more about the benefits of Asafetida CLICK HERE: https://www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/asafetida-benefits.html