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Jul

Yarrow grows throughout North America and is typically found in fields and meadows. The plant grows 1 to 3 feet tall and has white, umbrella-like clusters of flowers at the top of its stalks. Yarrow’s leaves can be applied to bleeding wounds to stimulate clotting, and drinking a tea from its flowers can be a remedy for a variety of ailments including colds, flu, headaches, diarrhea and stomach ulcers.10 remarkably useful plants you can find in the wild

Yarrow grows throughout North America and is typically found in fields and meadows. The plant grows 1 to 3 feet tall and has white, umbrella-like clusters of flowers at the top of its stalks. Yarrow’s leaves can be applied to bleeding wounds to stimulate clotting, and drinking a tea from its flowers can be a remedy for a variety of ailments including colds, flu, headaches, diarrhea and stomach ulcers.
10 remarkably useful plants you can find in the wild

Lavender comes from the Latin root lavare, which means “to wash.” While lavender is well-known for its fragrance, it also has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. In ancient Greece, Rome, and the Middle East, lavender was used as an antiseptic. Through the ages, it has also been used to treat anxiety, migraines, insomnia and depression.10 healing plants you can find in your garden

Lavender comes from the Latin root lavare, which means “to wash.” While lavender is well-known for its fragrance, it also has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. In ancient Greece, Rome, and the Middle East, lavender was used as an antiseptic. Through the ages, it has also been used to treat anxiety, migraines, insomnia and depression.
10 healing plants you can find in your garden

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Jan


 The truth about 5 common natural remedies 



Not all natural remedies are safe or effective, and some herbal and vitamin supplements don’t have to meet FDA safety standards.
Not all natural remedies are safe or effective, and some herbal and vitamin supplements don’t have to meet FDA safety standards.