Herb Uses Chart

Herb Uses Chart – Informational purposes only Taking herbs should not be done as a substitution for the services of a licensed practitioner and are not to be used in the treatment, prevention or diagnosis of any specific disease. Use of herbs for any ailment requires you to fully investigate the herb for efficacy, strength and dosage. Seek professional medical advice prior to use. To locate an experienced herbalist in your area, contact the American Herbalists Guild (AHG). To located a licensed naturopath in your area,contact the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP).​ Always use common sense and precaution. Common …

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Buy Bethroot For Birthroot Midwifery

Buy Beth Root For Birthroot Midwifery, Coughs and Other Benefits By Cary Heather Beth Root – Birthroot Trillium Trillium erectum Liliaceae (lily family) Beth Root, wakerobin, squawroot, purple trillium, red trillium, Indian balm, and stinking Benjamin are just a few of the common names for this striking plant. The common and genus name, from the Swedish trilling, refers to the plant’s most conspicuous feature: its three large leaves. The species name, erectum, reflects its habit of shooting straight up. By any name these lovely wildflowers are welcome harbingers of spring. Birthroot trillium, which can grow two feet tall, is one …

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