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Horse Chestnut – Uses and Benefits Although…

Horse Chestnut – Uses and Benefits

Although the leaves, bark, and flowers have been used in traditional herbal medicine, it is the big, shiny brown nut of the horse chestnut tree which is of greatest medicinal interest.

From them, an extract is obtained which is used to strengthen the walls of the blood vessels so that blood flow from the veins in the legs back to the heart improves.

The dried conkers contain 3-6% of a mixture of triterpene saponins, known by the common name aescin (escin).

It is aescin which is considered the main active ingredient responsible for the strengthening effect on the veins and capillaries.

Standardized extracts made from the conkers usually have much higher concentrations of aescin (usually 16-20%) than the conkers do in their natural state.

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Suffer from Migraine Headaches? – Check Out th…

Suffer from Migraine Headaches? – Check Out these Medicinal Plants and Herbs!

Medicinal herbs for migraines relief can be of great help to alleviate the associated pain as they work towards reducing the frequency and severity of migraines.

Most herbal migraine remedies focus on the cause of it and the long-term improvement of a person’s health and not merely reducing the pain due to a migraine.

Medicinal herbs for migraine are often combined with minerals and vitamins as a holistic approach to reducing the incidence and severity of this debilitating condition.

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Homeless & 6 Months Pregnant With A Beautiful …

Homeless & 6 Months Pregnant With A Beautiful Little Empress😭:




I’ve gone 6 months alone working full time as a linecook and living on the couch of my drug addict father for 3 months and now in my grandmothers home. She is giving me until May 1st, to find somewhere else to go or I will be in a shelter or on the streets for refusing to leave the father of my daughter because he’s simply a Jamaican man.
We lost a child due to stress-related complications five months prior to this blessing and I’m only 20 so I have faith that I can get everything together on my own, with my fiancée, but we are struggling very much.
We have a 7 year old son as well, fighting for custody and getting an interview in the racist town I live in has been hard for his father although we have both filled out tens and tens of applications on his behalf.
I help take care of my brothers and sisters due to my mom facing hard times as well.
My father has stolen money from me over and over and along with drug use and cigarette smoke in the apartment we shared for those three months got to be unbearable. We stayed in his storage room without a door, we walked 2 miles back and forth with groceries weekly. Moving in here seemed to be the best thing for us but I moved away from my mother’s mother for many reasons and I guess it was naive to think her racist, diagnosed narcissistic ways would be changed by the weeks and weeks without the scariest news we’d ever received prior, that our daughter from our first pregnancy did not make it, resulting in their fizzling idea that they could just cause me to lose our baby.

Many nights I stood outside praying because this experience has been the most beautiful life changing experience I’ve ever faced.

Being pregnant alone is intense and altering but being forced to undergo the changes alone day by day due to even a weekly visit from somebody I love and trust and have been engaged to for almost two years being argument inducing, has opened my eyes to the complete idiocy that is racism.
To struggle to bend down, get dressed, make meals, clean all before working two jobs just because your biological family members blatant disrespect and ignorance towards your ethnicity and nationality, to see how they’d treat you if you were not mixed with their daughters slaveowner heritage, changes you as a woman. To see them take out their stupidity on a man who has changed your world in every positive sense, simply because he is a man of color is a different game I’ve never expected to have to play simply to have somewhere to stay.
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Is it possible to get an update on this post. I will pray for you and your family. Prayers and Hugs ☝🏾❤

Hi everyone.., well, I’m three weeks away now, from having a daughter to stare at like she’s my last memory. I feel like she is. How’d I get so blessed? I’m sleeping on my sister in laws floor now. My grandmother kicked me out right before my birthday on May 4th; blocked my number again too. I have a housing appointment on the tenth now but I lost my job for calling out my manager… they said on paper it was because I stole a customer food. I took that up with Human Resources but no one has gotten back to me… I’m 37 weeks along now. She’s the size of honeydew melon if she’s growing at the normal pace. She’s been measuring a little small… I’m getting really scared. I only have $300 a month since I’m laid off work and everything costs so much… then rent as well… I’m so overwhelmed. Her father is struggling finding a job again. I feel so alone because he’s gone applying every day. It’s getting so hard to do like anything. My sister in law lives on the third floor so the climb has been noticeably more difficult. I’m trying. Researching ways to make money from home still,,, but fact remains, as pathetic as it is, I cannot afford us a home.

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Meadowsweet Uses and Benefits as a Medicinal H…

Meadowsweet Uses and Benefits as a Medicinal Herb

The medicinal perennial herb belongs to the plant family Rosaceae.

The genus name “Filipendula” has been derived from two words – “filum,” which means “thread” and “pendulus,” which means “hanging.”

This perhaps describes the root tubers, which hang characteristically from the roots. The specific epithet name “ulmaria” denotes “elm-like”; however, this plant does not appear like the elm!

Filipendula ulmaria is believed to have various medicinal properties such as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, diaphoretic diuretic, hemostatic, sanative, stomachic, and tonic.

The fresh root is frequently utilized in a small amount in many homeopathic preparations for various ailments.

The active ingredients present in this medicinal plant are essential oils, flavonoids, phenolic glycosides, salicylic acid, and tannins.

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Gotu Kola: Proven Medical Benefits Gotu kola…

Gotu Kola: Proven Medical Benefits

Gotu kola (Centella asiatica) has a long and successful history of use in traditional medicines. Traditional uses for Gotu Kola have included:

• Hepatitis
• Syphilis
• Gastrointestinal conditions
• Asthma
• Epilepsy
• Varicose veins
• Ulcers
• Skin irritation
• Swellings

And this is just the short list. Gotu kola has been a “go to” herb for herbal practitioners in Ayurveda, Chinese Traditional Medicine, Kampo Medicine (Japan), Thai Traditional Medicine, Indonesian Traditional Medicine, Hawaiian Traditional Medicine, and many others.

Some of the above traditional uses for Gotu Kola have been proven out in clinical research. Some have yet to be proven out.

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Daisy – Medicinal Uses and Benefits Daisy ha…

Daisy – Medicinal Uses and Benefits

Daisy has anti-inflammatory and mild astringent properties and has been used internally, in tea form, as an herbal remedy for the common cold, bronchitis and other inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.

The herb may be used for loss of appetite as it has a stimulating effect on the digestion system and it has been used as a treatment for many ailments of the digestive tract, such as gastritis, diarrhea, liver and gallbladder complaints and mild constipation.

Daisies have been used traditionally for painful menstruation, cystitis and other inflammations of the urinary tract.

Additionally, it may have its uses as a natural treatment for atopic dermatitis, gout, and chronic rheumatic conditions.

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