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Medicinal Uses of Thyme

Medicinal Uses of Thyme

Thyme is a very aromatic herb commonly used for both cooking and in natural medicines. It has a very wide range of uses and abilities. The origin of the name “thyme” is said to be from the Greek word thymus, ...

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Using Oregano Medicinally

Using Oregano Medicinally

Usually considered as a culinary herb, oregano has medicinal properties that have been understood and used for many years. The name of this herb is derived from the Greek words oros (mountain) and ganos (joy or splendor). Besides being a ...

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The Secret Healing Powers of Water

The Secret Healing Powers of Water

We have all heard many times about how important it is to drink plenty of water. Eight glasses of eight ounces each per day has become the standard prescription, and people everywhere concerned about their health have conscientiously tried to ...

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Herb Gardening Summer and Winter

Herb Gardening Summer and Winter

Planting herbs can be good for your medicine cabinet as well as your pantry, and can be easily grown. You should start your herb garden with varieties that you currently enjoy using in your cooking, for your health, and as ...

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Natural Remedies for Hemorrhoids

Natural Remedies for Hemorrhoids Although they are embarrassing to discuss with friends, family and even your doctor, they happen to more people than those who care to admit it. Unpleasant a topic though this might be, I am not going ...

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Why Worry About High Blood Pressure?

Why Worry About High Blood Pressure?

Well, first of all, no one is recommending that you worry. True (at least in part) to the popular stereotype, stress can raise your blood pressure. Why is this a bad thing? Blood Pressure is Inherently Volatile Exercise—for that matter, ...

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