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  1. […] Natural Remedies […]

  2. […] Essential Oils […]

  3. […] Herbal Products […]

  4. […] Herb Garden […]

  5. […] Herbs and Spices […]

  6. David says:

    Very interesting post! like you stated within the post I thought dandilions where just annoying weeds, but it seems they have very powerfull healing properties. Must try some dandilion tea instead of my green tea.

  7. Great information! There are many ways to get herbal medicine into (or onto) the body, depending on your specific needs. Thousands of years of experience have given us the knowledge and wisdom to know the best applications for each.

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  10. aloe says:

    I love aloe vera and never thought of making my own before…until now. Thanks for sharing the idea. My mom has a few aloe vera plants. I think I need to visit her and get some fresh leaves. 😉

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  12. Amanda Miller says:

    I LOVE green tea – not only does it apparently speed up weight loss but it is good for detox and clearing up skin!! I drink around 2 cups of Wu-yi tea daily. And I’m not talking about the sugary crap they sell. I’m talking about the tea bags with NO caffeine and I don’t add sugar. I certainly don’t recommend drinking insane amounts of skin care tea .

  13. Rick de Luna says:

    Big thanks Faith! Finally, I can get rid of those pests that keep on comming back to my garden. I will really apply these natural ways to keep those annoying pests. Worth a visit. Keep it up!

  14. I have read many other blogs about this but yours seemed to sum it up perfectly. Thanks for posting this.

  15. […] Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea – Medicinal Plants http://medicinalplantszone.com/The health benefits of hibiscus tea are vast! They include: improving cardiac health, lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, and aiding weight loss. […]

  16. […] Learn about different types of gardens here. […]

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  18. […] To learn more about herbal pain killers, click here! […]

  19. […] – Sourced from fish oil or algae, Omega-3s aid in proper brain function, improve memory, and help lower blood pressure.  According to Women’s Health Magazine, research […]

  20. […] To read more about keeping your bones strong, click here: http://medicinalplantszone.com/herbs-for-stronger-bones.html […]

  21. […] Aloe Vera Gel – This anti-inflammatory will relieve redness and swelling. It also hydrates the skin, speeding up the healing process. […]

  22. […] Traveling can be a stressful and exhausting task. When you are paying good money for a trip, you want to guarantee that you arrive at your destination feeling healthy and energized. Listed below are herbs that can help with several common travel ailments.  […]

  23. […] Essential Oils […]

  24. […] Herbal Supplements […]

  25. […] oils have so many healing benefits, why wouldn’t you want to stock your medicine cabinet with them? Listed below are ten essential […]

  26. […] • Lavender • Lemon Balm • Citronella • Rose geranium • Cinnamon oil • Peppermint • Basil • Clove • […]

  27. […] tincture is liquid form of concentrated herbal extracts. Similar to a decoction, a tincture preserves the properties of the herbs and increases their effects. Making your own […]

  28. […] Natural Remedies […]

  29. […] through cheesecloth (you can compost the […]

  30. […] Red teas (rose-hips or hibiscus) […]

  31. […] Want to learn about more essential oils and their uses? Read our article, “Ten Essential Oils to Have on Hand” […]

  32. […] week we posted some tips for cooking with lavender (read it here). Lavender has the potential to really add some variety to your cooking, so why not give it a shot? […]

  33. […] Learn more about cilantro here! […]

  34. […] To learn more about herbs for spring, check out this article […]

  35. […] Growing Herbs from Seeds […]

  36. […] Learn more about herbal tea and their effects here: http://medicinalplantszone.com/types-of-herbal-teas-and-their-effects.html […]

  37. […] Spring just isn’t for sweet woodruff! Learn which other herbs are perfect for spring here. […]

  38. […] Also, if you want to learn more fun recipes like the ones in this article,  Check out “Desser… […]

  39. […] Learn how to make a decoction here. […]

  40. […] Learn how to make a tincture here. […]

  41. […] Feel even more clean and fresh with these herbal soap recipes!  […]

  42. […] The oils will be used differently, so learn their best application prior to use. To learn application methods of essential oils, check out this article:  http://medicinalplantszone.com/how-to-use-essential-oils.html […]

  43. […] Lavender – this oil is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, pain-relieving, and more. It can be used to heal cuts, bites, and other wounds. It also acts as a relaxant and sleep aid. […]

  44. […] Oregano also has a lot of great health benefits! Learn them here. […]

  45. […] There are so many natural alternatives to common household products that you can make right at home. For example, here you can learn to make your own herbal toothpaste! […]

  46. […] Looking for more than just headache relief? Learn even more herbal pain killers here. […]

  47. […] a multivitamin containing magnesium to reduce migraines. Magnesium calms nerves, which overextend themselves […]

  48. […] Free Growing Herbs E-Book! […]

  49. […] Chives – If you enjoy a soft onion flavor, you will definitely want to include chives in your spring garden. Chives make great herbs for spring because they do not need much attention and grow in full sun to partial shade. […]

  50. […] Herb Garden […]

  51. […] Learn more here: Using Essential Oils as Air Fresheners […]

  52. […] Parsley – This herb thrives best in moist, well-drained soil and it is an herb that grows in shade. Plant the seeds when the weather is above 50° F. Parsley seeds grow slowly, usually taking about six weeks before the seedlings sprout through the soil. You can harvest the plants as soon as they start growing strongly. […]

  53. […] Oregano is just one of many great herbs to keep on hand, learn which other herbs and spices you should stock up on here. […]

  54. Vitamin D says:

    […] Do you think you may need more calcium? Learn about calcium supplements here. […]

  55. […] Looking for another way to get essential nutrients that you might be lacking? You may want to talk to your doctor about taking a multivitamin! Read why a multivitamin might be right for you here.  […]

  56. […] you like using fresh herbs in the kitchen, then you should definitely add basil to your herb garden! This wonderful culinary herb is found in a variety of cuisines, and most […]

  57. […] Natural Remedies […]

  58. […] we answered the question: Why Grow Organically? Now that you know why, you also need to know how to grow herbs organically. Although it is easy to […]

  59. […] Read this article: Natural Remedies for Earaches – MedicinalPlantsZone.com […]

  60. Nic Jones says:

    Ginseng is a corner stone of traditional medicine. Your article is spot on. The more awareness is raised of the powerful benefits of ginseng the better for everyone. So much time and energy is used by large pharmaceutical companies to bad mouth and discredit herbal medicine that people dismiss it without trying it. Give it a go, it may change your life…http://bit.ly/1pO3RvM

  61. prawnik says:

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  62. Thanks for sharing the Benefits of Natural Remedies. People should be aware the benefits of the natural Remedies. It increases the efficiency of human body without any side effects. I also think that the natural remedies are better way to protect us from health issues than Conventional Medicine.

  63. […] Yesterday we answered the question: Why Grow Organically? Now that you know why, you also need to know how to grow herbs organically. Although it is easy to use synthetic fertilizers and pesticides in your garden, these harmful chemicals have detrimental effects on the environment, your health, and the taste of your herbs. Learn more here: Why Organic is Better […]

  64. […] Health – The term organic means that the product is free from toxic chemicals, such as fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. If your herbs are not washed properly, the chemicals can enter your body. In addition, Kat Yares in the article “Five Benefits of Growing an Organic Garden” explains that organic foods have higher vitamin and mineral content than those grown with chemicals. If you are using your herbs in your culinary dishes or herbal products, you do not want to risk plaguing them with harmful chemicals. Grow your herbs organically to ensure that you and your family’s herbs are healthy and safe. Learn more here: Why Organic is Better […]

  65. […] herbs are more aromatic and flavorful. When you harvest your organic herbs, be sure to learn how to keep herbs fresh and save their […]

  66. […] Herb Garden […]

  67. […] is an annual, so it has to be planted by seeds. Rebecca suggests planting your seeds in spring after the first frost, or you can start them indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the first frost is […]

  68. […] Be sure to view the Cooking With Lavender Infographic below the article. And if you are looking for some lavender recipes, click here. […]

  69. […] Congestion could lead to an ear infection! Prevent ear infections and heal earaches with these natural remedies for earaches. […]

  70. […] recently published an article called, Best Herbs for Desserts. If you liked the idea of herb-infused desserts, keep reading! This article provides the recipes […]

  71. […] lemon balm, lemon verbena, rosemary, bay, lemon thyme, mint, dill, caraway, coriander, saffron, and lavender in your desserts to give them an added punch of […]

  72. […] a previous article, called What Not to Compost, we covered what items you should not put in your compost. Now you might be wondering what you […]

  73. […] To learn What TO Compost, click here. […]

  74. […] Are allergies leading to your nasal congestion? Learn about natural remedies for allergies here. […]

  75. […] Parsley – When choosing herbs for spring, don’t forget parsely! It adds powerful nutrients, color, and flavor to your meals. It grows in full sun or partial shade. […]

  76. […] Ginger – Also one of the healthiest herbs, ginger provides relief from gastrointestinal problems, stomach pain, and arthritis. You can learn more in our article, Health Benefits of Ginger […]

  77. […] Essential Vitamins – Cinnamon contains fiber, calcium, iron, and manganese, which are essential for a healthy body. Think your missing essential vitamins in your diet? Learn more about why you may want to take a multivitamin here. […]

  78. […] are many ways you can improve your health by increasing your intake of vitamins. Try Juicing With Herbs and Vegetables or Cooking With Herbs and […]

  79. […] Mix a little bit of garlic juice in water in a spray bottle. Shake well and spray on your body for a natural repellent. You can also soak strips of cotton cloth in this mixture and hang in areas where mosquitoes are active. Learn how to make your own herbal insect repellent here. […]

  80. […] Marigold flowers give off a fragrance that bugs do not like, so plant them around your home to ward of mosquitoes. Learn more here: Herbs That Keep Mosquitoes Away […]

  81. Edible Herbs says:

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  82. […] Chives – As a perennial, chives produce edible flowers in spring and early summer. Chives can be grown from both seeds and plants. Use chives at the end of cooking or they will become bitter. Learn how to grow chives here. […]

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  84. […] Recipes and Benefits : Perhaps growing in your back yard is all you will need for some basic Dandelion tea, which is an herbal tea that is extremely healthy for you. Dandelion is a natural diuretic and is […]

  85. Lemons help to hydrate your body and prevent dehydration and adrenal fatigue.

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