Did you know that 80% of the world’s population uses herbs to treat everyday ailments? Not that long ago it was all the world had to combat disease and sickness. Interestingly, many societies were healthier back then than they are now.
Learn about these traditional remedies to empower yourself and family unit. This book is designed
to introduce the basics in taking care of everyday ailments like cuts, sore throats, coughs, colds and such. Don’t try to learn it all over night, or from reading books, you have to do it. Remedies are just recipes applied with a bit of intuition and understanding of the situation at hand. Try these skills as needed and familiarize yourself with the different herbs so you have an idea of what to use and how to use it when
the time comes. Drink herbal teas even when your perfectly fine, many are full of vitamins and minerals. See how your body responds to different herbs while healthy. Perhaps alfalfa or goldenseal are not for you, perhaps nettle and red clover make you feel great. Learning and coming to know herbs is something gained one remedy at a time. Don’t expect to turn away from conventional medicine right away but as you gain more knowledge and confidence you’ll be saving yourself doctor visits, pharmacy pick ups, and lots of money too.
The first section covers recipes and remedies. Directions for creating herbal infusions and herbal tinctures are also provided. Then there is a long section that breaks down herbal terminology. Lastly there is the plant glossary which explores the usages and benefits of different herbs and plant material that we can use for better health.
Check out http://herbaceutikals.blogspot.com/ to get an idea of the remedies and information provided. Some of them are posted in the remedy section of the blog.