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Learn more about the many herbs you could be growing!
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Herbs such as chamomile, echinacea, and calendula are commonly known to Western herbalists. Traditional Chinese Medicine lists a whole different host of blooms to ease the body's ailments.
With an astonishing array of colors, scents and forms, many flowers also contain a wealth of healing compounds with measurable effects on the body and mind. Here are nine of the most widely used and studied.
Discover outstanding herbs for a wide range of health concerns with these recommendations from five herb experts. These five herbs can come in handy in any medicine cabinet.

Herbal Remedies - Herb Profiles

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Oxymels are a thin herbal syrup that combine the sweetness of honey, the tanginess of apple cider vinegar, and your favorite medicinal flowers.  Enjoy as a sweet and zesty everyday remedy.
Interest in herbalism has piqued, which is encouraging for folk medicine’s continued practice. Steeped in history, the plants of Appalachia make excellent natural healers, and can be utilized from root to bloom.
A feel-good fruit, bitter or sour orange is said to calm frazzled nerves, and science has confirmed its ability to calm, relax, and act as a mild sedative. Discover the calming properties of the bitter orange fruit.

Herbal Remedies - General

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Learn to make highly nutritious herbal drinks and reap the benefits of five healthy, restorative herbs.
Try combining peppermint and catnip with pine needles in a tea you can sip throughout the day to assuage cold symptoms.
“Steep oats with nettle, peppermint, and spearmint to make a nutritious, mineral-infused tea or super infusion.”

Herbal Remedies - Herbal Tea

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An animal’s eyes function as indicators of their inner health. Many of the same herbs we use can also help our pets. Randy Kidd, DVM  shares suggestions for pet eye health.
Health made simple: Make your own medicine with an herbal apothecary. Prepare medicines in your kitchen using just a few herbs and understanding a few simple techniques as ancient as time.

Herbal Remedies - Other

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