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Echinacea is the Perfect Herb for Your Seasonal Health Needs

You woke up this morning and you see a change! It’s colder outside, the leaves are turning orange and brown, and more people are coughing and blowing their noses without washing their hands. Suddenly you notice every door handle, smudges on the table at your favorite coffee shop, and give a second glance at every […]

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Echinacea plant uses

9 Echinacea Plant Uses for Your Health

When it comes to natural health and holistic medicine, there is one herb that often stands out –  an herbal “rockstar” of sorts, known as echinacea. If you ask herbal enthusiasts, most will tell you that it stands up to the hype. Echinacea plant uses date back centuries, and their effectiveness holds up today, even […]

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What is Echinacea Goldenseal? (And Why You Should Try It!)

As the colder seasons approach, like clockwork the coughing, sneezing and sore throats start to pop up all around us. In today’s modern, drug-store on every block era, it’s common practice to grab any over-the-counter medication to help mask the symptoms as you wait it out… but it wasn’t always that way. Our ancestors relied […]

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Slippery Elm Root vs Bark: Dosages for Herbal Support

Have you wondered about the difference between slippery elm root and bark? Across the globe, different plants are prized, grown, and harvested for the medicinal qualities they possess, but not every plant offers potential health benefits in the same way. Many herbs and trees are harvested for their leaves and flowers, while others are valued […]

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3 Slippery Elm Benefits to Your Health

Some of the fastest growing herbal remedies among natural health enthusiasts have been used for centuries by native populations across the globe. For example, slippery elm is a tree that grows across the Eastern Midwestern portion of the United States, ranging from North Dakota to Maine. It was coveted for its medicinal properties by Native […]

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