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herbs

See also Part I – Cuts, Scrapes, Bruises and Burns and Part II — Sore Throat, Cough, Stuffy Nose. Part I has the long version of my disclaimers: I am not a doctor, this is not medical advice, please see a professional.  Natural does not automatically mean safe.  I am not opposed to Western medicine.   [...]

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Ginger

by Lisa Linderman on July 20, 2009

in country wisdom,herbs,home remedies

For as long as I can remember, I have been very prone to motion sickness. As a child, I needed only to say, “I don’t feel so well” from the back seat of the car, and my parents would slam on the brakes and/or jam a bucket under my chin for the inevitable deluge. After [...]

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Mint Ice Cream

by Lisa Linderman on July 2, 2009

in herbs,recipe

For several years now, I’ve grown an herb garden. I have had things such as echinacea, horehound, feverfew, lavender, sage, bay, chives, valerian, and of course mint. My husband has made fun of me in the past for how little I’ve actually used the products of the herb garden, though I counter that they are [...]

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