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From injury to disease, pain is a very common ailment or symptom that can take down the toughest of the tough. It’s so prevalent that we are seeing a major

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Foot Reflexology: massage the part of your foot corresponding to the part of your body hurting & it will slowly reduce pain. (promotes blood circulation to that part of the body-Learned this in cosmetology school,Helps get rid of headaches& cramps )

Acorns were major in the diet of almost every Native American culture. Acorns help keep blood sugar levels down & provide tons of complex carbs & protein. Rich in vitamins B12, B6, folate riboflavin, thiamin & niacin & a good source of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, copper & zinc as well as fiber. The tannic water it produces is antiviral & antiseptic. It can be used as a wash for rashes, skin irritations, burns, cuts, abrasions & poison ivy. #dherbs

Acorns were major in the diet of almost every Native American culture. Acorns help keep blood sugar levels down

The easiest remedy to make will likely be the most appreciated when you wake one morning with a sore, scratchy throat, a typical symptom of an infection. Herb-infused honeys can also be used in the kitchen and to soothe and heal burns and wounds.

The easiest remedy to make will likely be the most appreciated when you wake one morning with a sore, scratchy throat, a typical symptom of an infection. Herb-infused honeys can also be used in the kitchen and to soothe and heal burns and wounds.

incienso  ~  Incense has been used since antiquity, in holy places and also as a healing practice in medicine.  There's something so old and basic about burning wood, resins, and herbs to mark a moment, and as a symbol of our interconnection with nature.

incienso ~ Incense has been used since antiquity, in holy places and also as a healing practice in medicine. There's something so old and basic about burning wood, resins, and herbs to mark a moment, and as a symbol of our interconnection with nature.