Herb of the Day: Osha Root

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Osha is a high-altitude loving plant.  This plant is native to certain areas of the Rocky Mountains and is a favorite food for bears after hibernation.  Native Americans observed bears enjoying this tasty treat and nicknamed the plant bear root.  It is also commonly known as Colorado Cough Root due … Continue reading

Worm Out Launch- One family’s experience with the 1st 10 day cycle of Worm Out

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Research was done, garlic consumed and we were ready to start taking Worm Out! We happened to be moving while we were beginning the herbal portion of the protocol so I was careful to set an alarm to make sure we took it at least 3 times a day (first … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Alfalfa

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Alfalfa The word Alfalfa may conjure up images of an adorable Little Rascals character with pointy hair, or livestock feed for others.  However, this little herb that means “Father of all Foods” in Arabic is more than worthy of its name.  Packed full of nutrition with protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Milk Thistle

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Milk thistle is a common herb with a long list of uses. Related to the Daisy and Ragweed families it is native to the Mediterranean, though you can find it grown all over the world. Some people also call it Mary or Holy thistle. Traditional Uses: Liver conditions Milk production in … Continue reading

Herb of the Day: Dandelion (More Than Just A Weed)

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Most would write off dandelions as pervasive weeds. Many go to great lengths to banish them from their lawns and sidewalks. However, this troublesome weed has a long, long list of medicinal properties that make it well worth keeping around. Traditional Uses: Anemia High blood pressure Liver disorders Detoxing Breast … Continue reading

How do I get rid of Worms?

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“How do I get rid of worms?” This is a very common question and for good reason. There are so many types of Parasites and worms, some that are life threatening and some that aren’t. They vary from Malaria to tapeworms to ringworm, just to name a few. One should … Continue reading