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Cortinarius caperatus - Gypsy mushroom

“Gypsy” Mushrooms Found to have Antiviral Properties (Including Herpes Simplex 1 and 2)

University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School researchers reported that the mushroom, Rozites caperata, otherwise known as “gypsy”, may provide protection against herpes, influenza A, and other viruses. In vitro test, the mushroom prevented herpes simplex 1 and 2 from growing and it lessened the severity of ‘herpes-related’ eye disease in mice. The mushroom also blocked influenza […]

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Sheep sorrel

Ojibwa Herb Tea – A Remedy for Herpes

Ojibwa Indian herb tea is a 280-year old Native American Indian root and herb tea remedy made in the 1700’s by the Ojibwa Indian medicine society. Ojibwa people used it to survive a smallpox genocide started by the early European settlers. Native Americans have since used the tea formula to cure all types of cancers, […]

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Why Chaparral Is Powerful Against Herpes

Chaparral is reputed among native populations for its effectiveness in helping to turn around many serious diseases. It has been used by well-known natural healers such as Dr. Sebi, Dr. Robert Morse, and Dr. Christopher. In addition to its traditional uses, it is also considered very effective against all forms of the herpes virus. Let’s […]

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Syrup of Motherwort (Menstruation & Heart)

Syrup of Motherwort Ingredients: 4 ounces Motherwort Herb (cut) 1 quart distilled water 2 lbs. brown sugar Directions: 1. Put Herb in cold water and allow to stand for 6 hours. 2. Bring to boil then simmer for 20 minutes. Strain, and add brown sugar then simmer another 5 minutes. 3. Set aside to cool, […]

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Jamaican Dogwood

Jamaican Dogwood – Benefits and Uses

Summary and Pharmaceutical Comment Food Use Jamaica dogwood is characterised by various isoflavone constituents, to which the antispasmodic properties described for the wood have been attributed. In addition, sedative and narcotic activities have been documented following preclinical studies, thus supporting the reputed herbal uses. However, there is a lack of clinical research assessing the efficacy […]

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Herbal Formula: For All Atomic or Prolapsed Conditions

Many people suffer from a prolapsed condition and want to find natural ways of handling it. A prolapsed condition is a bulging or falling out of a body part, such as the rectum or vagina, that commonly occurs because of weakened supportive tissues. A good herbal formula, healthy raw foods and depending on the circumstances […]

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Elecampane plant

Elecampane Medicinal Plant – Benefits & Uses

Summary Latin Name: Inula helenium Common Name: Elf dock, scabwort, Velvet dock, Aunee Family: Compositae Habitat: It is found growing wild throughout Europe, Asia, North America and Canada. Therapeutic Properties Expectorant, alterative, antiseptic, astringent, tonic, diaphoretic, stimulant, diuretic, anti-spasmodic, emmenagogue, tonic. Medicinal Uses For catarrh, coughs, shortness of breath, wheezing, bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis, cystitis, skin […]

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2 Herbal Formulas For the Lungs

When you breathe, your lungs take in oxygen from the air and deliver it to the bloodstream. The cells in your body need oxygen to work and grow. People with lung disease usually have difficulty breathing properly. Lung diseases lumped together is recorded as the number three killer in the United States. It is said […]

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Aluminium Can Hurt You (It’s in Vaccines, Deodorant etc.)

Aluminium is one of the ingredients found in a number of vaccines in different formats and combinations, these vaccines include Anthrax, DT, DTaP-IPV, Hib, Hep A, Heb B, Human Papillomavirus, Japanese Encephalitis, Meningococcal, Td and Tdap. Aluminium, the 13 element in the periodic table, is a silvery-white metal. Aluminium got its name from aluminium sulphates […]

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The Acid-Alkaline Balance

Acid-Alkaline Balance A healthy bloodstream depends upon maintenance of an acid-alkaline balance. The blood has a normal pH range of 7.35 to 7.45 which means that blood is naturally slightly alkaline or basic. Only slight variations on either side are compatible with life. When this delicate balance is disturbed by faulty elimination of acid wastes, […]

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Centaury – Medicinal Benefits and Uses

Latin Name: Centaurium erythraea Synonymn: Centaurium minus auct., C. minus auct. subsp. minus, C. umbellatum Gilib., Common Centaury, Erythraea centaurium (L.) Pers. subsp. centaurium Other Names: Feverwort, Centaury Gentian, Filwort, Centory, Christ’s Ladder, Bitter Herb, Bitterbloom, Bitter Clover, Eyebright, Rose Pink, Wild Succory, Canchalagua Habitat: The plant is found in the Mediterranean region and as […]

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