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Herbal Wisdom

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Epsom Salt Uses & Benefits

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Herb of the Week ~ Comfrey

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Alfalfa Plant Health Benefits:

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Ginger Health Benefits :

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Fennel Medicinal Benefits :

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Brahmi Herb Medicinal Uses:

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Alkaline pH Chart

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Natural Antibacterial Herbs

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Herb to Know: Devil's Claw

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Herb to Know: Devil's Claw

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What is Herbes de Provence?

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Spirulina

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Ginseng

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Comment by Wateratheart (Krissy) on October 29, 2008 at 4:30pm
Thanks Robyn I will try this once I find it. :o)

Do you know if it can be found in a health food store?

Peace, Love & Light!
Comment by Robyn on October 29, 2008 at 2:52am
Feverfew has been known to help with migranes. this is from a site that I'll put here for you to use. Give it a try, I have seen it get rid of headaches in the past.
http://www.herbsguide.net/feverfew.html


Herbs Guide : Feverfew





Feverfew
Family Name: Compositae

Botanical Name(s): Tanacetum Parthenium

Popular Name(s): Feverfew, Featherfew, Featherfoil, Febrifuge Plant

Parts Used: Leaves and Herb.

Habitat: Grows widely across Europe.

Description: Feverfew is a composite plant growing in every hedgerow, with numerous, small, daisy-like heads of yellow flowers with outer white rays. The stem is finely furrowed and hairy, about 2 feet high; the leaves alternate, downy with short hairs, or nearly smooth-about 4 1/2 inches long and 2 inches broad.

Uses: It is useful for Migraine headaches. Feverfew promotes the onset of the menstrual period. Used to treat hysteria and alcoholism with delirium tremens. The flowers act as a purgative.
Comment by Wateratheart (Krissy) on October 29, 2008 at 12:06am
Blessings of love and Light to all!

Question???

I get very intense migraine headaches that spawn from the back of my neck up into the backs of my eyes. I am very sensitive to light, sound and even breathing let alone trying to get comfortable to sleep it off; when these occur.

I treat myself with hot showers to relax the muscles and I now have been using a Rosemary\peppermint all natural body wash that helps, if the intensity is at a low rate.

I have actual fresh Rosemary and was curious to see if anyone has any tricks of the trade that they know works with Migranes?

I know Rosemary is a good element to use but not sure what else would work?

Any insight would be most appreciated.

Thank you and Namaste~
Comment by cristina on October 28, 2008 at 11:04pm
hi Thank you so much for inviting me at this amazing group, Nature is such a precious element, we should never forgett!
Love and Light to all arriving here. Cristina.
Comment by compassionatesiren on September 14, 2008 at 11:20pm
Thanks for the invite myst weaver...I love herbs and grow my own...I love walking outside in my garden after a summer rain that the aroma is just amazing.....Will look forward to learning more about this wonderful plants...warm love Michelle xoxox

 

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