I will borrow this from Nicole!! Check her page which is exceptional =) https://thelostherbs.com/50-ways-to-use-yarrow/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=TLH&vgo_ee=qq4U8GUm78NLnmby%2BA8SexwUnRnlmwiuCIJkd9A7F3A%3D
Yarrow is an easy herb to find and something that many herbalists keep in their stockpile. It’s useful for its use in blocking bleeding, toning skin, treating cold and flu, reducing blood pressure, improving circulation, and reducing fevers, among other things. Let’s look at some of the ways to use it.
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The ancient Tibetan garlic tincture is again in production! I will have some fresh in 10 days again so hurry and order! Homemade, with naturally organic grown garlic – although the summer cursed us with a drought!! I used 60° Vodca for the tincture. The instructions and the details of that miracle tincture you will find at:
Remember this one is so powerful you have to wait at least 2,5-3 years until you repeat it again. I used it in 2008 in combination with homemade turmeric capsules, when I felt a tumor growing and growing and only becoming more and more painful, so I couldn’t sleep anymore. I don’t know if it was in fact a cancer or something else because i never made a biopsy, the thing is that in 30 days it was completely away.
I just share my story, but ask your physician for a advice regarding your treatment, or just follow your heart, your choice 😉
Sometime in modern history, the humble dandelion was labeled a weed. Seen as a demon of the suburban lawn, dandelion is often poisoned, plucked and otherwise removed from our daily lives. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, the dandelion is used as a diuretic and as a liver or kidney tonic. Only a full, healthy root is good for making dandelion extract for medicine, so collect only mature flowers.
Dig up the roots of several dandelions, until you have 4 oz. of root. Collect the roots in the spring, as fresh roots still have the plants’ stored food within.
Rinse and chop up the dandelion root into 1/4-inch pieces and put them into a pan with 2 qt. water and bring to a boil. Allow the water to boil down to 1 qt.
Strain the water through a cloth to drain the extra liquid, then put in the remaining quart of water. Save the fluid that was drained. Cover and boil again until the water is down to half a pint. Strain the water again, combining the strained liquids.
Pour the liquid into the pan and bring to a boil with the pan covered. Allow the liquid to boil for several hours until it is reduced to 2 oz.; allow the liquid to cool.
Add the vegetable glycerin to the cooled liquid and place the extract into a dark stopper bottle. The extract will remain fresh for a year.