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[VIDEO] Can Women Use Ginseng?

Botanical Name: Western – Panax quinquefolius. Eastern – Panax ginseng (radix ginseng).Check out my Herb Health Session all about Ginseng (Ren Shen). A powerful adaptogenic herb, Panax ginseng is used to build strength, boost immune function, and treat a wide variety...

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Poison or Medicine?

Poison or Medicine?

Welcome to the world famous herb, aconite. In the West, we are referring to Aconitum napellus (aka wolfsbane or monkshood) and in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) we are referring to Aconitum charmichaeleae (aka Fu Zi and Chuan Wu). There are many different aconite...

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One of the World’s Most Popular Supplements!

One of the World’s Most Popular Supplements!

Did you know that blue-green algae and spirulina are among the world’s most popular supplements? Loaded with a healthy variety of nutrients and antioxidants, this powerful superfood can help support your immune system, prevent heart disease, and improve brain...

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Gut and Lung Protection!

Gut and Lung Protection!

Marshmallow root (not the candy!) is one of the great herbs for narrowing in and treating gut and lung issues caused by irritated mucous membranes. In the lungs it helps soothe dry coughs, bronchitis, and congestion, and in the gut it helps treat stomach ulcers,...

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From Skin to Stress to Stroke Prevention

From Skin to Stress to Stroke Prevention

Did you know gotu kola (aka pennywort or brahmi) can be used to heal cuts, wounds, eczema, psoriasis, and rebuild collagen? It can even treat second degree burns, helping them to heal faster and minimize scarring. Besides being a treatment for skin conditions, it is...

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[VIDEO] Gotu Kola – The Herb of Enlightenment

Botanical Name: Centella asiaticaCheck out my Herb Health Session all about Gotu Kola (Ji Xue Sao). In the West, gotu kola is primarily used to treat anxiety, poor memory, chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), varicose veins, and various skin conditions from eczema to...

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Red or White Clover?

Red or White Clover?

So what’s the difference between red or white clover? To be honest, they are very similar, so if you have better access to one or the other you have access to clover’s general healing properties. Both plants are highly nutritious, contain powerful antioxidant and...

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[VIDEO] A Question of Toxicity…

Botanical Name: Red Clover – Trifolium pratense. White Clover – Trifolium repens.Check out my Herb Health Session all about Clover (Mu). Want access to ALL of WRI's Herb Health Sessions, giving you the best of both Western scientific and Eastern energetic healing...

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Not Just a Flower…

Not Just a Flower…

When we think of magnolia trees, we often think of their beautiful flowers. But it turns out magnolia has both healing flowers and healing bark. While these two parts of the tree have overlapping properties, they also each have distinct applications….so be sure to...

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[VIDEO] What Makes Magnolia Bark So Special?

Botanical Name: Western – Magnoliaceae acuminata, M. virginiana, M. grandiflora. Eastern – M. officinalis, M. liliiflora, M. denudata.Check out my Herb Health Session all about Magnolia Tree (Huo Po). Want access to ALL of WRI's Herb Health Sessions, giving you the...

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Use This Flower To Calm Your Nerves

Use This Flower To Calm Your Nerves

Many people are not aware that magnolia flowers are neurotropic, meaning they target the nervous system. They contain powerful compounds that help calm the nervous system and fight depression. Magnolia flowers have been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese...

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Mild Euphoric States

Mild Euphoric States

Medicinally, Lion’s tail has been used to treat colds, fevers, tuberculosis, jaundice, high blood pressure, diabetes, and snake bites. South Africans, where the plant is native, also use the fresh juice of the stem as an infusion to purify the blood. The dried leaves...

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[VIDEO] Don’t Confuse Lion’s Tail with…

Botanical Name: Leonotis leonurusLion’s tail is known for its medicinal and mild psychoactive properties. It has traditionally been used to treat tuberculosis, jaundice, high blood pressure, diabetes, and as a compress to treat snake bites. South Africans, where the...

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The Heart Loves Chocolate!

The Heart Loves Chocolate!

There’s a reason chocolate is associated with Valentine’s Day (or rather Valentine’s Day is associated with chocolate!) Chocolate is made of cacao, and raw cacao is known for its bitter flavor. In Traditional Chinese Medicine bitter is the flavor associated with the...

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