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Entire Video: "Making Herbs Simple Vol. 1" in Hi-Def 508 MB$14.95Buy Now
Chap. 1: How to find and identify herbs in the wild 139 MB$2.95Buy Now
Chap. 2: How to dry and store herbs 56 MB$2.95Buy Now
Chap. 3: How to prepare various tinctures 205 MB$4.95Buy Now
Chap. 4: How to prepare an herbal poultice 92 MB$2.95Buy Now
Entire Video: "Making Herbs Simple Vol. 2" in Hi-Def Come along with Shoshanna as she introduces you to the wonderful world of herbs! She will take you into the wild, where you can identify herbs, learn what they are good for and how to make teas, tinctures, poultices, salves, and more in this captivating DVD download. 420 MB$14.95Buy Now
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Plantain Tincture
by Lori on Jul 28, 2009

I watched the section on the DVD about making tincture with apple cider vinegar and plantain and I decided to do it. Shortly after starting the tincture I got poison ivy rash on one of my toes. The toe became itchy, red, and hot quickly. So I thought I'd just put a few drops of the plantain tincture on the pad of a band-aid and put it on my toe overnight. The tincture had only been "working" for about 3 days so I really didn't expect much. The next morning I took the band-aid off and I was surprised to see the redness and hotness had gone away, leaving only a little round sore where the rash was. Within a week it was completely

Now you must understand that when I have gotten "poison" in the past I spent weeks in misery because not only does it itch intensely but my body reacts to the "poison" with swelling, redness, and pain.

I am so amazed at the drawing power of this herb!!


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When our family begins to get the sniffles, I prepare a simple concoction of
the following in a small dish:

½ cup chopped onion
4 cloves garlic, minced
2 inches of ginger, minced

Drizzle ¾ cup of non-pasturized honey over the mix of fresh herbs and cover
with a lid. In a while, you will notice a runny liquid forming on top; this
is an extraction of the ingredients. Use this liquid as a cough syrup
throughout the day. Our colds do not usually last more than 2 days with this
easy and effective concoction!

This combination can also be used in a tea form. Simply brew a cup of mint
or chamomile tea and add some of the above mentioned liquid along with some
freshly squeezed lemon juice. Non-pasturized honey can also be added to
taste. This tea works just like Neocitran without the use of drugs or


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