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Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest – Valerian and Hops

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and chill out!

There are times when we all find it difficult to drop off to sleep and by the time you get to 1001 sheep you begin to lose the plot. There are a number of triggers for insomnia.. including stress, …

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The Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest – Stinging Nettle – Arthritis and Scorpion Stings!

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and learn about the value of Stinging Nettles.

Certainly if you live in the UK you will have come across stinging nettles at some point in your life.. hopefully right next to a convenient patch of dock leaves to alleviate the sting. The common …

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The Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest – Lavender – An all rounder

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and learn about a most marvelous plant!

I doubt that there are many of you reading this post who have not come across Lavender in your lifetime. It is a beautiful plant in the garden and its perfume has been used for centuries as part of…

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The Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest – Chamomile – Herbal remedy and lotion

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The botanical name for Chamomile (Camomile) is Anthemis Nobilis and we are more familiar with it in tea form which is usually available on our supermarket shelves. Chamomile has been used for centu…

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The Medicine Woman’s Treasure chest – Hawthorn, May, Whitethorn

Reblogged from The Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest on the blog of Sally Cronin!  CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and find some valuable information.

The botanical name of the Hawthorn is Crataegus monogyna and is sometimes known as May or Whitethorn. It is a shrub that can grow up to five feet tall in hedgerows and sunny woodland areas. The shr…

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