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In Over 300 Formulas?!

In Over 300 Formulas?!

This week’s herb, Anemarrhena (Zhi Mu) is found in over 300 Traditional Chinese Medicinal formulas! But it is not well known in the West. Native to China, Mongolia, Korea, and Japan, this lovely grass-like plant has powerful healing roots used to treat conditions...

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Two Oaks and their Tannins

Two Oaks and their Tannins

Native to the Northern Hemisphere in America, Asia, Europe, and North Africa, the largest number of oak trees are found in North America and the second largest is in China. There are over 600 species of oak trees. Here we include the two most commonly referenced...

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Grow Calm and Live Long

Grow Calm and Live Long

Did you know that wild asparagus is a lung tonic? It is said to soften the skin and help keep it supple and smooth. Prolonged use is said to help with impotence and frigidity. Discover Wild Asparagus Root (Tian Men Dong) and other herbs by visiting our Herb Directory.

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[VIDEO] “Wisdom Comes From the Lungs.”

Botanical Name: Western: Asparagus acutifolius L. Eastern: A. cochinchinensis, A. racemosus There is an old saying in the Taoist tradition that lies at the heart of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it says, “Wisdom comes from the Lungs.” Wild asparagus has a long...

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Poison Oak and Ivy Relief!

Poison Oak and Ivy Relief!

It’s summer and that means camping and hiking and getting out in the great outdoors where some of us are prone to getting poison oak or poison ivy or irritating insect bites!! Manzanita to the rescue! This native Californian plant (it’s also found in Nevada, Arizona,...

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[VIDEO] How To Use Manzanita to Cure Poison Oak

Botanical Name: Arctostaphylos patula, A. mewukka How can you use manzanita to help treat poison oak, poison ivy, rashes, or insect bites? Does it work? How fast? Does it matter which species you use? Find out more...Check out my Herb Health Session all about...

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Summer Means Daisies!

Summer Means Daisies!

It’s that time of year when daisies start to bloom. Loved for their happy, innocent beauty, daisies also have a long history as a healing medicine. Medicinally, there are two types of daisies that are commonly used: Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum vulgare (oxeye daisy) and...

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[VIDEO] War & Daisies?

Daisies are a symbol of innocence and peace, yet they have a long history of saving lives on the battlefield. Find out more about these lovely flowers, gentle yet powerful wound healing properties. They’re also used by midwives to aid birthing.Check out my Herb Health...

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Not Really a Grape…

Not Really a Grape…

Discover more about Oregon Grape! Not only is it not a grape (rather a berry that looks like a grape), but it is one of the best herbs for Clearing Heat and Draining Damp. The root, root bark, and stem are all used medicinally and the young leaves and berries are...

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Introducing Pinellia…

Introducing Pinellia…

Pinellia ternata, aka pinellia, may be an herb that you are not as familiar with. It is not commonly used in the West but it is one of the most frequently used herbs in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). Though toxic if unprocessed, pinellia is safe when processed...

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[Video] A Little Known Secret About Pinellia

Pinellia ternata (Pinellia), is not well known in the West, however it is one of the most frequently used herbs in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) for countering symptoms and conditions impacted by Cold Damp and Phlegm. It is commonly used to treat coughs, nausea...

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Not Just for Potatoes…

Not Just for Potatoes…

In the West, chives are commonly thought of and used as a garnish for potatoes and deviled eggs. But the truth is they have great nutritional and medicinal value, making them much more than a simple potato garnish! Chives are loaded with important nutrients that...

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[VIDEO] My Favorite Secret for Accessing Chives!

Botanical Name: Western – Allium schoenoprasum. Eastern – A. tuberosum, A. ledebourianum.Check out my Herb Health Session all about Chive (Xi Xiang Cong). The most common uses of chives as a medicine are to treat parasitic worms, fight colds and flu, and boost heart...

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Ancient Cure-All Herb

Ancient Cure-All Herb

Neem is an ancient cure-all herb that has historically been used to treat pain, smallpox, fever, and infections. It is even good for your garden (one of the best)! Native to India, the neem tree is a symbol for health and rich in spiritual significance. According to...

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