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Similar to Morphine: The Best Natural Painkiller that Grows in Your Backyard - The article is well written and even gives some historical content on what the painkiller was used for in the past. There is also a great section on other ailments that this backyard weed can help with as well. The nickname is actually called opium lettuce. This is another interesting fact pulled from the short but stout article on the this natural painkiller. #natural #naturalhealth #painkiller #naturalpainkiller
This extraordinary drink is a part from the Amish culture, and according to their claims, it treats many diseases and strengthens the immune system. The mixture of these ingredients is so amazing and beneficial against a great number of medical conditions. #natural #remedy #cholesterol #high #blood #pressure
This Little Weed is One of the Most Useful Medicines on the Planet - This weed is one of about 100 plants that clean and correct impure conditions of the blood and the eliminative tissues and organs. You can add to salads, chew to ease thirst, or enjoy in stir fries. This versatile wild vegetable will keep you in good health for years to come
How to Make a Tincture: It does not matter what size jar you use as long as the top one quarter is liquid. Dry herbs lose their potency within a year. Fresh herbs rot soon after harvest. Tinctures preserve and extract the medicinal properties of an herb in an alcoholic extract, and can last more than a hundred years. You can purchase tinctures, or you can make your own. They are very easy to make.
Usnea, also known as Old Man's Beard, is an amazing medicinal lichen that you can forage for in the winter! While usnea isn't edible, it is a powerful herbal remedy best used in tincture form. It's commonly used as an immune tonic, and has antibiotic and antiviral properties, as well as wound healing benefits. Learn how to identity and forage for usnea in a sustainable way, and how to integrate it into your herbal medicine practice. #usnea #forage #foraging #winter #herbalism #herbalmedicine